Experience full-spectrum detection on a flat-panel detector with corner-to-corner 43 cm x 43 cm coverage for high-resolution imaging
Accommodate up to 500 lb with a wide, high capacity table to comfortably image a wide range of patients
Reposition the system, not the patient.
Adjustable C-arm and table positioning to work around the patient's position
Enhanced patient access on either table side
Enables you to provide a safe working environment
The Ultimax-i comes standard with a comprehensive dose management suite of technology.
Our DoseRite technology offers the industry’s most extensive dose management tools designed to minimize patient X-ray exposure while maintaining unsurpassed image quality.
Digital imaging requires less maintenance than film or CR cassettes, reduces total exam time as images are processed and displayed instantaneously, reduces dose exposure as a result of eliminating repeat views, and allows you to edit, enhance, and archive images more quickly and easily.
17"x 17" FPD
Full-spectrum detail detection.
When every image matters, you want to make sure you are getting to see the big picture in full detail. The large 43 cm x 43 cm / 17” x 17” flat panel detector helps provide the foundation for flexibility. The detector provides a large field of view, 4 FOV levels, a fine pixel pitch of 148 microns, 16-bit image processing, and a high S/N ratio, which enables low-dose fluoroscopy, more patient coverage, and high-resolution imaging capabilities for improved visualization.
Variable Dose Modes including Grid Pulsed Fluoro
The Ultimax-i offers 3 variable dose modes including continuous fluoro, pulsed fluoro, and grid pulsed fluoro so users can select the optimal dose mode based on their patient’s and procedural needs.
Grid Pulsed Fluoro
Grid pulse fluoro function lowers patient dose by reducing X-ray exposure that doesn’t contribute to the diagnostic image. Grid pulse fluoro features in-tube grid switching that virtually eliminates leading and trailing edge of soft x-rays for a more efficient pulse fluoroscopy.
Tantalum beam hardening filter reduces low and high energy radiation to reduce the patient’s skin dose and the scattered radiation dose received by the operator.
Removable Anti-Scatter Grid
A removable anti-scatter grid can be utilized during sensitive low-scatter situations.
Last Image Hold & Virtual Collimation
Last Image Hold (LIH) displays the last fluoroscopic image for review without further exposure
Virtual collimation lets you position the collimator using LIH without fluoroscopy use
Digital Compensation Filter (DCF)
The Digital Compensation Filter (DCF) provides real time enhancement of fluoroscopic images to obtain optimum image quality under the most difficult circumstances.
Super Noise Reduction Filter (SNRF)
Canon Medical Systems’ exclusive Super Noise Reduction Filter (SNRF) enables clinicians to achieve significant noise reduction while maintaining high temporal resolution. SNRF provides enhanced fluoroscopy images that allow clinicians to minimize dose by avoiding unnecessary Digital Acquisition (DA) exposure.
SNRF enables clinicians to achieve significant noise reduction while maintaining high temporal resolution
SNRF provides enhanced fluoroscopy images that allow clinicians to minimize dose by avoiding unnecessary Digital Acquisition (DA) exposure
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