Canon Medical announced its new, versatile, multi-purpose X-Ray system - the Celex - at ECR 2023 (March 1-5, 2023, Vienna, Austria). The Celex offers an extensive range of advanced DR imaging capabilities. It combines state-of-the-art imaging with unique positioning flexibility and represents a true multi-purpose solution that delivers optimum capacity utilization.
The Celex offers an extensive range of DR imaging capabilities. It combines state-of-the-art imaging with unique positioning flexibility and represents a true multi-purpose solution that delivers optimum capacity utilization.
Designed with a small footprint, a minimum installation space is required and the work area around the patient table is maximized. The Celex is available in two versions, with either a left-side or a right-side suspended patient couch, to provide options that can meet different clinical needs, such as the requirement to perform ERCP examinations, or to counteract any examination room constraints.
The Celex takes multi-purpose to a new level with wide projection flexibility and innovative features that enhance user ergonomics and patient comfort. With its extensive movement ranges, including an SID (Source Image Distance) range up to 150 cm, Celex is capable of performing almost any position you can imagine.
To improve the workflow using the Celex, it is possible to save almost thousand different auto-positions and any position can be customized and saved for any clinical procedure. The built-in inMotion auto-positioning technology enables direct, automatic positioning of the detector and tube to any saved position with pre-set examination parameters. Save and restore any position – permanently or on-the-fly. Preferred positions can be saved and recalled at any time, for fast and fully automatic positioning.
The user interface enables intuitive control of the system movements and exposure parameters. Self-explanatory icons on the large touchscreen make the system operation efficient, yet easy to master. Depending on the user’s preferences, customizable buttons can be selected to ensure smooth operation that is tailored to each department’s needs.
The inControl Console has been designed with four touch-sensitive joysticks and features a clear touchscreen interface. The joysticks are not only color-coded, but also have a distinctive shape making them highly distinguishable from each other.
The detachable table option enables users to detach and to store the table top on a trolley in a few simple steps. This enhances the versatility and functionality of the system. This advanced feature provides optimal space for patients in e.g., wheelchairs or on stretchers. It also supports any procedure that requires free space inside the C-arm. This means that an already vast Celex exam portfolio can be expanded even further with examinations, such as iso-centric standing knee, standing/ sitting thorax, standing or sitting esophagus, etc. Attaching the table top again is a quick process.
Finally, the system has been designed with the patient- and user safety in mind. Particular attention was paid to dose reduction.
With a carbon fiber patient table, the Celex is made entirely of materials that allows minimal X-ray absorption for maximum dose reduction. The grid can be easily removed and the patient table can be moved out of the X-ray beam.
Furthermore, Canon Medical's advanced software with specialized algorithms and specific programs for pediatric patients contribute to dose minimization. The advanced algorithms include noise reduction, advanced edge enhancement and contrast boost.
Improved patient care
CXDI-B1 detector, which combines outstanding image capabilities with high sensitivity, and high-resolution dynamic capabilities.
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