OrthoScan Mobile DI


Digital Diagnostic Imaging and Fluoroscopy

Mobile DI is the ideal mini c-arm for your clinical and off-site or remote access extremity imaging needs. This portable x-ray and fluoroscopic device offers a range of connectivity options for your electronic management records and produces excellent digital image quality.

Main Features

Benefits in the Office

  • Secondary Imaging Source
    • Reduces patient wait times
  • Potential Revenue Source
    • Established CPT codes
    • Digital x-ray and fluoroscopy
  • Patient Benefits
    • Patients enjoy viewing images in real-time
    • Bring imaging to immobile patients

Portable & Lightweight

OrthoScan Mobile DI offers ease of movement between exam rooms, satellite clinics, urgent care centers, emergency departments, athletic team venues, and military units. Weighing approximately 35 pounds, Mobile DI introduces versatility to orthopaedic imaging. At 12" by 19 ", Mobile DI possesses the smallest footprint on the market for mini c-arms.

35 lb
25" tall

Imaging Flexibility

Mobile DI provides easy access to shoulder images as well as weight-bearing knee and foot views. The Mobile DI mini c-arm can be placed on a table top, or mounted on the accessory cart enabling Mobile DI to move easily between rooms. The accessory cart also provides orbital c-arm rotation needed for shoulder and knee views.

Additional Procedures

Mobile DI allows for additional procedures in the office, improved workflow, and patient satisfaction. Benefits include reductions in patient lead times and established CPT codes for increased reimbursement.

  • Motion studies
  • Weight-bearing views
  • Joint stability tests
  • Shallow pin removals
  • Fluoroscopic needle guidance
  • Stress views
  • Dynamic views
  • Unorthodox views
  • Closed reductions
  • Arthrography

Accessories

OrthoScan offers a range of accessory and connectivity options that expand the diagnostic capability of Mobile DI, allow for additional portability, and maintain clinical excellence.

  • Mobile accessory cart
  • Wheeled storage case
  • Custom covers and drapes
  • Desktop setup
  • Tablet

Tablet access for image viewing is not approved by the FDA for primary diagnostic interpretation.

Flat Detector Technology

Flat detectors provide increased image quality, improved reliability, and more efficient imaging. Compared to image intensifiers, the flat detector's more direct signal conversion path, with essentially no optics, results in uniform image brightness and less geometric distortion. The solid state detector provides more reliability and no image degradation due to vacuum leaks. Lastly, flat detectors read more of the individual x-rays, translating into better image quality for a given dose.

Image intensifier 7 step signal conversion chain process compared to a flat detector 4 step process

Connectivity


Connectivity allows for images to be transfered wired or wirelessly, making off-site diagnosis easy, cost effective, and fast. Images can be sent in standard imaging formats: JPEG, TIFF, DICOM, or EMR. Imaging with Mobile DI is instant with no development or scanning needed.

Convenient Image Storage Options

  • DICOM included
  • DVR motion capture and export included
  • EMR Image Link option
  • USB capable for still images and fluoroscopy
  • JPEG or DICOM image formats
  • Wireless connectivity
  • Remote printer capable
  • HDMI video out

EMR Image Link

Enables EMR connectivity with the Mobile DI. OrthoScan is the only mini c-arm capable of automatically transferring images to your EMR system. (US customers only)

DICOM 3.0 Compliant

  • Store: Sends images to a PACS server
  • Modality Worklist: Imports patient information from a hospital/radiology information system
  • Print: Sends images to a DICOM networked printer
  • Video: Sends video to a PACS server

Positioning Guide


Achieve Optimal Positioning With Mobile DI

A/P of Shoulder

Patient is seated with back against the detector. Patient arm rests at the side. Slight external rotation or supination of hand will help better visualize the greater tuberosity.

Testimonials


Hear What Our Customers Say About Mobile DI
 
“We have one of the Mobile DI units, and actually designed our clinic around it.”
Jonathan Isaacs, M.D.
Associate Professor and Chair, Division of Hand Surgery

Not Paid Testimonials

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Specifications


Detector
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Detector Resolution
2 k x 1.5 k
Detector Size
15.0 cm x 12.0 cm
Useful Array
15.0 cm x 12.0 cm
Pixel Spacing
75 microns
Dose Rate
AKR, DAP
X-Ray Monoblock
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Focal Spot
50 microns
kV Range
40 – 78 kVp
mA Range
0.04 – 0.160 mA
Documentation
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Wireless Communication
Capable
DICOM 3.0 Compliant
Yes
MPPS
Capable
Image Capacity
12,000
Video Capacity
90 min
Cine Loop Export
Yes
EMR Image Link
Capable
USB 2.0 Ports
2
Printer Options
2
Imaging
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Weight-Bearing Foot Bench
Optional
Field Controls
Yes
Start Up Time
30 sec
Temporary Image Hold
512 images
Cine Loop Frame Rate
30 fps
Snapshot Capabilities
Yes
Edge Enhancement
Yes
Post Process Brightness/Contrast
Yes
Adaptive Noise Suppression
Automatic
Manual Noise Suppression
4 Modes
Laser Alignment
Yes
Wired Hand or Foot Switch
Capable
Display
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20.1" Non-Surgical Monitor
Optional
Non-Diagnostic Tablet
Optional
Video Output
Yes
Software
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Operating System
Windows 7 Embedded
Mobile DI Dimensions
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Weight
35 lb
Height
25"
Footprint (W x L)
12" x 19"
Free Space
13.8"
Accessory Cart Dimensions
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Weight
96 lb
Height
66"
Footprint (W x L)
24" x 39"

Clinical Reimbursement/ROI