With EOS®, radiologists and orthopedists can now for the first time, have a full view of the patient’s skeleton: life-size, naturally weight-bearing, in 3D, from all angles.
All this with a reduction of radiation exposure.
All this with a fast workflow.
All this thanks to a Nobel Prize-winning invention.
EOS® captures simultaneous frontal and lateral head-to-toe images of patients in the upright, weight-bearing position. EOS® uses two perpendicular X-ray beams collimated in two very thin, horizontal, fan-shaped beams allong with two detectors born out of Nobel Prize-winning technology. Fan-beam X-rays and detectors are mounted on a C-arm and scan all or part of the patient’s body as needed. This allows for frontal and lateral X-rays of a patient to be carried out simultaneously. Two variable gain detectors detect an extremely high contrast digital radiograph line by line, while the dose administered to the patient is less than or equivalent to the exposure that results from few transatlantic flights.