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Artis zeego Features Used Regularly in Ulm Application Scope of Application Additional Remarks syngo DynaCT 3D imaging for vessels or soft tissue. Variable dose levels and rotation times determine quality of contrast resolution. syngo DynaCT Large Volume The unique movements of the Artis zeego allow a volume of 35x25 cm to be acquired. Useful for pelvic trauma, EVAR and spine surgery cases. syngo InSpace 3D/3D Fusion After a low dose 3D spin of a contiguous bony structure, syngo InSpace 3D/3D Fusion allows a 3D volume from MRI, CT or PET to be used for navigation intraoperatively. Can be used alongside or instead of syngo DynaCT. syngo DynaPBV Neuro A subtracted 3D acquisition which demonstrates tissue perfusion. Currently used in Ulm for neuro surgery but also available as syngo DynaPBV Body for abdominal imaging. syngo iGuide Needle guidance software. Useful for K-wire/screw placement during spine surgery. syngo iPilot Dynamic Allows the superimposition of a 3D volume onto 2D fluoro regardless of system geometry (table position, zoom, C-arm angulation). Used in conjunction with syngo DynaCT or syngo InSpace 3D/3D Fusion. syngo iFlow One click turns a standard 2D angio run into a time-colored blood map. The ROI function is useful to quantitate flow diverter effectiveness, post embolization tissue perfusion and post vascular intervention flow. CAREposition Radiation free C-arm or table repositioning. Saves dose by reducing the amount of radiation on-time. Overlay Ref The contrast and dose reduced version of traditional roadmap. Often used in conjunction with Automap. Roadmap Standard interventional neuro tool. Advanced Roadmap allows for windowing of mask image during intervention. Automap Enables the Artis zeego to move quickly, automatically and exactly to any number of predefined views. Especially useful in spine surgery. Quick positions Three quick-store and quick-retrieve buttons at tableside. Often used in cases where two or three different imaging positions are repeatedly required. Surgery Orthopedic Trauma Surgery 64  AXIOM Innovations | December 2013 | www.siemens.com/angiography


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