Reduces Dose Area Product During Interventional Procedures
Powered by AI, a ultra-fast secondary TruBlock™ collimator, and the world’s most advanced image processing, our AI image guided systems have shown to reduce radiation by up to ~84%*.
How it Works
- During an interventional case FluoroShield’s™ AI enabled technology detects where in the anatomy the interventionalist is focused, the Region of Interest (ROI).
- Utilizing AI, the system automatically collimates to the ROI, only taking full Field of View (FOV) images every so many frames.
- Through advanced image processing the system simultaneously and seamlessly integrates the ROI with the FOV image
The Omega FluoroShield™ system allows interventionalists to maintain the critical view of the peripheral anatomy awhile drastically reducing their patient’s exposure to ionizing radiation.
The advantages are immediately obvious – superior image quality, and lower radiation exposure to patients and to staff.
Why AI Image Guided Systems?
It is all in the AI that drives a high- speed dynamic secondary collimator, integrated with the worlds most advanced image processing. A one of a kind solution, the AI image guided system reduces DAP radiation exposure to patients and staff by up to 84%. This is achieved in addition to any current ALARA best practices and or features available from any non-AI conventional image guided system.
How is this Level of Radiation Protection Achieved?
In multi center and variable analysis, collimation was the only factor that was significantly associated with DAP radiation reduction. With just a push of the pedal the AI system with FluoroShield™ harnesses AI to determine the Region of Interest (ROI) to auto collimate to the ROI many times per second. Using the most advanced image processing we present stellar full field of view images with the ROI perfectly registered while using both Cine and Fluoro.
Why Adopt this New Standard of Care?
- Provides the safest care to patients and staff
- Better investment vs. buying substandard and obsolete technology
- Market and attract new patients, staff and referrals
- Minimally invasive procedures can now be done on obese and high-risk patients who were not eligible prior.