dicomPACS®DX-R is a professional acquisition software for X-ray images generated by various flat panel systems (DR) and CR units (computed radiography with imaging plates). The software also controls the operation of X-ray generators and X-ray units manufactured by diverse companies, thus ensuring an efficient and orderly workflow. The straightforward and user-friendly GUI (graphical user interface) functions via touchscreen and mouse. dicomPACS®DX-R produces images of outstanding quality and can be adapted to special customer needs. High-performance image processing allows organ-specific optimisation.
Everyday medical care is made easier by an array of integrated functions (e.g., a multimedia X-ray positioning guide) and an intuitive design. dicomPACS®DX-R software can readily be integrated with existing information management systems. Furthermore, X-ray images can be evaluated using the dicomPACS®viewer module included in the acquisition software. Thus, the system functions as a fully-fledged diagnostic workstation with the option to upgrade to a PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System).
Make dicomPACS®DX-R the linchpin of your direct digital X-ray system - be it a new unit with generator control, a retrofit of an existing X-ray machine, or a portable suitcase solution for mobile X-ray generators.
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Acquisition, diagnosis and archiving of image sequences [optional]
In addition to classical X-ray examinations, it is sometimes necessary to clarify special suspicious facts and unclear diagnoses further in the context of a radioscopic examination. dicomPACS®DX-R supports this procedure with the special imaging mode "Dynamic X-Ray ", in which the region to be examined is continuously X-rayed with pulsed X-rays and displayed directly on the diagnostic monitor.
Dynamic X-rays also allow the evaluation of moving structures, such as the respiration-dependent movement of the diaphragm or the beating of the heart. This examination method is also necessary for various contrast agent examinations, especially of the gastrointestinal tract, which can be excellently imaged with dicomPACS®DX-R.
dicomPACS®DX-R supports dynamic X-ray with selected X-ray detectors of different resolution and size.
Advantages of dynamic X-ray with dicomPACS®DX-R
• Before continuous shooting, it is possible to take still images to check the exposure parameters.
• After the recording is finished, the length of the image sequence or window level values can be adjusted, for example.
• Various diagnostic options are available, such as playing the sequence as a single frame sequence or as a video via cine loop.
• The recordings can be saved as uncompressed DICOM or in JPEG 2000 format.
• The recording sequence can also be saved as a series of individual images (required for PACS systems that do not support multi-frame DICOM).
Product brochure acquisition and diagnostic software for X-ray images
dicomPACS®DX-R is a professional acquisition software for X-ray images from flat panel systems (DR) and CR units (computed radiography with imaging plates) by any manufacturer. In addition, the software controls X-ray generators and X-ray units of various manufacturers, providing a smooth and systematic workflow.
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Grids are required for X-raying large body parts in order to focus the radiation and reduce scatter, thus improving the contrast and brilliance of X-ray images. The virtual scatter reduction GLI works like a grid and can be used instead of a physical grid for all body regions, including thorax, abdomen, skull, spine, pelvis and upper and lower extremities.
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left: without grid / right: with GLI
Improved image contrast and brilliant images through GLI
The grid properties emulated virtually with GLI (gridless imaging) can be flexibly adapted to act like a physical grid. As a result, intelligent image processing with GLI significantly improves the contrast and brilliance of X-ray images without a grid while simultaneously reducing the applied dose. GLI eliminates problems such as uneven brightness or cropped image areas caused by improper alignment or focusing of a physical grid.
The use of GLI is very convenient, as no antiscatter grid needs to be positioned for the X-raying process. GLI is a considerable advantage for the x-ray of non-sedated animals, as the exposure times can be shortened significantly due to the dose reduction, thus minimizing the risk of motion blur in the x-ray images.