The STILLE imagiQ2 sets new low-dose standards in the Operating Room. IT’s designed to achieve perfection with image guided endovascular procedures, safety and pricing. The optimized features provide both in and outpatient settings, advanced mobile Hybrid OR procedures and conventional office based endovascular repair.
The STILLE imagiQ2 surgical imaging table provides an important developing advancement for low-dose technology. It helps to make the OR a safer place for the surgical team and for patients.
The table is made with a unique and new carbon fiber table top design, which provides reduces radiation attenuation. X-ray can pass through with incredible transparency due to the polymer structure, which helps to reduce dose levels and provide increased safety for clinicians and patients without sacrificing image quality.
Choosing a Low-Dose Enabler
The design of the STILLE imagiQ2 table top provides a high-performance carbon fiber, which allows for transparency of 0.4 mm Al equivalency. The average imaging table top cannot match the performance, which is at least 60% more translucent compared to aluminum attenuation table tops on the market. The C-arm can reduce radiation dose without any compromise in image quality due to this unique design.
Shorter Procedure Times
The STILLE imagiQ2 comes with True Free Float technology, which provides incredible freedom of movement and control in any direction. At the same time, it provides state-of-the-art smoothness much like an extension of the surgeon’s hand. This allows for more efficacy and helps to keep procedure times shorter in the OR.
The super-low base and ultra-slim design allow the imaginQ2 to provide enhanced C-arm access. The design makes the STILE imaginQ2 the perfect complement for an office suite or mobile Hybrid OR. The C-arm also avoids overheating due to the low dose table top design.
Continuous Image Focus
The ISO ROLL cradle motion patented technology helps with continuous image focus even while the table is in full lateral roll, which helps to minimize patient and C-arm repositions. It has proven to provide reduced radiation when used for acquiring images compared to moving the C-arm.