Powered by AI, an ultrafast collimator, and the world’s most advanced image processing, Omega’s FluoroShield system has shown to reduce radiation by up to ~84%*

  • Utilizes AI to minimize x-ray dose to patients and staff.
  • TruBlock technology completely blocks radiation.
  • Delivers maximum radiation reduction, while optimizing workflow.
  • Achieves NextLevel image quality.
  • Seamlessly helps you reach your ALARA goals.
 

*Based on dose area product studies using FluoroShield technology. Actual results may vary.

How does it work?
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 resulting imagery reduces radiation exposure to the anatomy surrounding the ROI while increasing the quality of information presented during interventional procedures.

 
Omega Medical Imaging - FluoroShield

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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.

Supporting Data:

FluoroShield Brochure
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FDA Radiation Reduction White Paper
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Interventional Fluoroscopy
Reducing Radiation Risks for Patients and Staff
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HHS Radiation Safety FAQs
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