RXDC eXTend’s compact tube-head features a long internal collimation of the X-ray beam, achieving a default 12” (30 cm) source-to-skin distance, which allows for sharper images and vital diagnostic detail.
Sharper images are obtained thanks to a 0.7 mm focal spot and the outstanding parallelism achieved via 12” (30 cm) embedded collimation.
The wireless control device, which can be attached to any available surface in the surgery, offers a full range of intuitive exposure scenarios designed to make correct X-ray acquisition a straightforward process.
The constant potential high frequency X-ray generator together with the embedded 12” (30 cm) collimation increases X-ray parallelism, leading to better image quality and significantly lower X-ray dosage.
The control unit records the dose to which the patient is exposed in mGy*cm2.
The most appropriate combination of technical factors (kV, mA and exposure time) is automatically determined according to patient size and anatomic region of interest.