STILLE imagiQ2: Setting new low-dose standards in the OR
Designed with perfection for image guided endovascular procedures, with pricing, safety and features optimized for both in- and outpatient settings. The imagiQ2TM surgical imaging table is optimized for advanced mobile Hybrid OR procedures as well as more conventional office based endovascular repair.
Developing the low-dose technology
The STILLE imagiQ2 surgical imaging table represents an important advance in developing the low-dose technology field, making the OR an even safer place, for patients and for the entire surgical team.
The imagiQ2 is built on a new and unique carbon fiber table top design* that offers sgnificantly reduced radiation attenuation. The polymer structure allows X-ray to pass through with unbeatable transparency which enables reduced dose levels and increased safety for patients and clinicians without compromising image quality.
Choose a low-dose enabler
The unique high-performance carbon fiber table top*, provides unbeatable transparency of 0.4 mm Al equivalency. That is at least 60% more translucency than the average imaging table top translucency on the market (published aluminum attenuation for table tops on the market). This enables the C-arm to reduce the radiation dose without compromising image quality.
More efficient and shorter procedure times
The True Free Float® technology* of the STILLE imagiQ2 gives you unprecedented control and freedom of movement in any desired direction while providing state- of-the-art smoothness like an extension of the surgeon’s hand, allowing for shorter procedure times and higher efficiency in the OR.
Optimizing C-arm capabilities
With its ultra-slim design and super-low base, the imagiQ2 enhances C-arm access, making it the ideal C-arm complement for the mobile Hybrid OR or office suite. Furthermore, the low dose table top of the Stille imagiQ2 contributes to avoiding C-arm overheating.
Continuous image focus
The patented technology of the iso-roll cradling motion (±15°) helps maintain image focus even while in full lateral roll, minimizing patient and C-arm repositioning. It has been proved that this feature helps reducing considerably the scattered radiation when used for acquiring images instead of moving the C-arm.