Uroskop Omnia Max

Sharper images made smarter

Uroskop Omnia Max
 
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The technology of the urology device Uroskop Omnia Max delivers excellent image quality and great usability and time savings.

Tube & Generator
Choice of 65 kW or 80 kW1 high-frequency generator
High anode heat capacity (783 kHU) and air-cooled X-ray tube assembly
 
Fully motorized table
Tilting ± 90° for examinations with patient seated or standing
Trendelenburg tilt ± 15° around perineal table end
72 cm to 122 cm (28’’ to 48’’) adjustable table height
Table size of 115 cm x 76 cm (45’’ x 30’’)
Longitudinal ± 20 cm (8’’) and transverse ± 12.5 cm (5’’) movements
Max. patient capacity of 272 kg (600 lbs)
 
Image acquisition & post-processing
43 cm x 43 cm (17” x 17”) MAX dynamic flat detector for excellent static and dynamic imaging
CAREVISION pulsed fluoroscopy with 30, 15, 10, 7.5, and 3 p/s
Workstation with two 48 cm (19’’) TFT displays (image matrix: 1280 x 1024 pixel)
DiamondView Plus for increased image sharpness and soft tissue detail
Pediatric organ programs
 
Workflow
System-mounted swivel arm with two large 48 cm (19’’) TFT displays (image matrix: 1280 x 1024 pixel)
SmartView1 – access to all imaging modalities and display of live images from multiple sources such as endoscopy, ultrasound or review workstations
Single remote console for control of table, tube, detector movements
Multifunctional footswitch1 – intuitive, sterile control of all system movements and video functions, exposure, and fluoroscopy
 
Room planning
System weight: approx. 1130 kg
Room height: min. 240 cm
Footprint: compact, space-saving system design for more room space and more room flexibility

 

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Uroskop Omnia Max is not commercially available in all countries. Due to regulatory reasons its future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens organization for further details.

The system will be branded Siemens Healthineers from February 2018 onwards. The exact availability depends on the individual country’s system release.