The analog X-ray system Multix Fusion solves the challenge of meeting your needs within your budget. It fits your needs regarding ease of use, image quality, dose reduction, efficiency, speed, and versatility with the excellence you expect from Siemens Healthineers. It fits your budget in terms of total cost of ownership, patient throughput, and return on investment. In designing the system, we included an easy upgrade path for going digital, so you can smoothly migrate to digital whenever you want.
Features & Benefits
Multix Fusion fits your needs
Multix Fusion is comfortable to maneuver, so you can easily position your patients. High-end components such as table, tube, bucky wall stand and imaging software make a difference in productivity, patient friendliness, and dose reduction.
Smooth and easy operation
Intuitive control at your fingertips
Intuitive color touch display right at the tube
Intelligent dose reduction, comprehensive dose evaluation
Various grid options and easy grid removal – minimize dose for all patients
Free-floating, and height-adjustable table
Intelligent system features
Automated system functions and smart features for increased speed and ease of use
Multix Fusion fits your budget.
Multix Fusion – Analog version contains key components from our industry-leading Ysio system. Benefit from our R&D innovations and get a system that exactly fits your needs. It gives you investment security – with many options for upgrading your system. Just choose the variant that best suits your clinical requirements and investment budget.
Designed for low total cost of ownership (TCO)
Proven key components from high-end X-ray systems
Small space requirements – to fit your room and your budget
Multix Fusion – Analog version fits virtually all existing X-ray rooms
High patient throughput – thanks to fast exams
Quick and comfortable patient positioning Increased employee satisfaction
Operation is easy and intuitive Increased training efficiency
Rich synergies with other Siemens Healthineers modalities
Flexible system concept
Analog and digital variants available
"We went with the Fusion because it offers us the quality and flexibility we need at the price point we wanted.”1
Rick Helton, Medical Imaging Manager, Soin Medical Center, USA
“As a radiologist I depend on reproducible, high quality images from any type of patient. With Multix Fusion we’re finally able to get them!”1
Anna Schiefer, M.D., Pediatric Radiologist, Klinikum Sued Nuernberg, Germany
“The various automation features of Multix Fusion just fit, to get exams done in a quick and easy way.”1
Rong Zhang, Radiographer, Changzheng Hospital Shanghai China
Performance of Multix Fusion – Analog version in the daily routine
Reliable tracking synchronizes the movements of tube and cassette in the bucky wall stand. Thanks to an impressive vertical range of 180 cm (71’’), the tube can go down where the patient’s feet are.
The height-adjustable table has a free-floating tabletop. You can move it to the required position quickly and effortlessly, and lower it to 52 cm (21’’) for easy patient access.
An impressive 190 cm (75’’) patient coverage ensures that patients can be examined from head to toe without repositioning.
The tracking of tube and cassette in the table keeps the SID constant.
You can set and change all key image parameters like kV or mAs directly at the intuitive color touch display at the tube – there is no need to leave the patient alone in the room.
The color touch display features color bars that clearly show when the system is ready – visible even from a distance
Multix Fusion – Analog version is designed for routine radiography and can be tailored to your requirements, today and the future.
Multix Fusion – Analog version is not commercially available in all countries. Due to regulatory reasons its future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens Healthineers organization for further details.
1The statements by customers described herein are based on results that were achieved in the customer’s unique setting. Since there is no “typical” hospital and many variables exist (e.g. hospital size, case mix, level of IT adoption) there can be no guarantee that other customers will achieve the same results.