"Upholding Our Traditions, Pushing the Limits of Digitization, MX7 Brings Further Evolution"
Offering the immediacy of being able to view images only two seconds after exposure, the newest, highly advanced Shimadzu digital mobile X-ray system provides powerful support for healthcare applications.In addition to the outstanding drivability and maneuverability, the main cart unit also includes a large LCD monitor, more storage space, and other features to deliver a new digital mobile X-ray system that is even more indispensable.
In addition to the outstanding drivability and maneuverability, the main cart unit also includes a large LCD monitor, more storage space, and other features to deliver a new digital mobile X-ray system that is even more indispensable.
Higher Level of Operability
Inch Mover for Bedside Positioning The main unit can be moved forward or backward by simply operating from the collimator. The technologist can adjust positioning more precisely without moving around the patient bed.
Access Images Wirelessly - Optional Wireless capability means the system can be used for a variety of scenarios such as scheduling examinations, interpretation of images, and diagnosis of conditions by physicians during routine patient rounds, in ICUs, NICUs, emergency rooms, operating rooms, and throughout your facility.
Imaging in Bright Rooms, with Energy Saving LED Newly accommodated LED light indicates the irradiation field more clearly even in a bright room or during the daytime. The long-life LED reduces energy consumption and replacement frequency.
40% increase in brightness
80% less electrical power consumption*
based on internal measurements (compared to halogen lamp)
Positioning, Exposure from any Direction Pressing the “All Free” buttons releases the electromagnetic locks for arm and column at the same time, thus enabling simple one-step positioning. Multiple "All-Free" buttons are located on the system, so the technologist can access the system from any direction. In addition, an optional extra exposure hand switch can be added to the front of the main unit, which helps reduce the burden on the operator.
Select the Perfect FPD for Your Application A range of FPD models is available to meet a variety of clinical needs, such as the physical size, sensitivity, and data transmission. You can share one FPD between multiple units or you can add another size in the future when needed.
A combination with liquid resistant and the lightest weight FPD makes your daily handling much easier.*
Depending on FPD model combination
Operator Friendly Design
Rounds - Hospital Rounds
Natural, Light-Touch Driving A light pressure applied to the handle moves the unit in a natural manner like an extension of one's hand. The system maneuvers easily even through tight spaces in the patient room.
Silent, Calm Clinical Environment The quiet motor minimizes noise during travel, making it ideal for hospital rounds even at night.
Greater Forward Visibility The compact X-ray tube design does not obstruct visibility during travel to ensure safety.
Designed for Daily Use For your daily use, extra storage spaces are provided to store wipes, pens, markers, etc. A groove has been added for holding the FPD vertically while putting a sterile cover on the unit.
Keyless Entry - Optional Instead of a key, each user can have their own password which enables preferences and preset X-ray parameters to be accessed. This further enhances security and workflow.
Maximum Performance in Confined Spaces
ICU - Intensive Care Units
Large Image Storage Capacity Provides Peace of Mind A large storage capacity provides peace of mind when performing repeated radiography.
A 3500-image storage capacity in the main unit makes it easy to reference past images and quickly compare images before and after surgery.
Wide Exposure Range The system is especially useful for imaging in intensive care units, where there are numerous pieces of equipment in a limited space.
Comfortable Examinations for All Patients
NICU - Neonatal Intensive Care Units
High Sensitivity Compact FPD for Pediatric Care The compact FPD fits inside the cassette tray of an incubator, which enables imaging neonatal babies or infants. A high sensitivity FPD helps reduce radiation exposure, and the ability to capture images quickly provides powerful support for pediatric care.
Tools to Support Radiation Management The system is in conformity with today's needs for radiation management. Estimated Dose Area Product (DAP) is displayed prior to exposure, and the actual DAP value is stored for post-exposure management. A DAP chamber can be mounted as well when needed.
Designed for Quick Action
ER - Emergency Room
Minimal Startup Time for Emergency Needs System startup takes only one minute and is immediately ready for emergency use.
Quick Image Verification Displaying images just 2 seconds after exposure is especially useful in emergency rooms (ER) where time to treat is critical for saving lives or reducing paralysis. The ER staff can see images at the on-board reference display for preliminary image verification, allowing treatment to continue without delay.
Large Field-of-View to Cover Entire Region In emergency situations, it is critical to make decisions and to take action quickly. The large field FPD secures wide field-of-view and reduces the number of exposures to cover an entire region of interest. It's lighter weight and thinner size makes it easier to handle.
Meeting the Needs for Surgical Environments
OR - Operating Room
Integrated Design for Easy Clean-Up The built-in 17-inch large display is excellent for quickly viewing images, and fully integrated design is easy to clean-up after use.
Retained Surgical Instruments Can be Verified Quickly On-site image review is helpful to re-confirm any retained surgical instruments.
External large Display for Teams - Optional The ability to connect an external display enables images to be shared by all surgical team members in the operating room.
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