Integrated lithotripter : power, accuracy and user friendliness at your fingertip
The unique design of the DIATRON IV generator adapts to any situation and to any patient:
- Treatment depth up to 210 mm adapted to obese population
- Easy reach of lower ureteric stones
- 290 mm wide aperture for patient comfort and diffusion of pain at patient skin
- 80° angle of aperture for larger acoustic window
- Flexible silicone membrane inflates and deflates to accomodate all types of patients: pediatrics, bariatrics, etc
The motorized movements of the generator allow easy pinpoint positioning:
- to find the best acoustic window
- to avoid gas pockets
- to treat from the side, from below or from any intermediate position to adapt to the patient and his clinical condition
The system is equipped with a high-power 15 kW generator and high resolution 23 or 31 cm Image Instensifier with latest technology 1Kx1K camera to image every patient. Some clinical situations require lateral projections, other transverse ones. Thanks to its motorized isocentric movements, in both projections, the focal point is always maintained in the center of the field of view.
Healthcare providers face new challenges to get the most out of new technology. The Sonolith® i-sys is DICOM 3.0 compatible thereby allowing free-flowing transfer of data and images between devices and the hospital server.
With a three-side access endo-urological table, a carbon top and a full range of accessories, the Sonolith® i-sys doubles up as a true endo-urological workstation.
In order to minimize exposure for the medical staff, Sonolith® i-sys can be entirely controlled from a mobile remote console behind protective panel or from a remote control desktop in an adjacent room. All steps of the ESWL treatment can be operated remotely: patient database, X-Ray, C-arm movements, table displacement and treatment parameters settings. In order to minimize exposure for the medical staff, Sonolith® i-sys can be entirely controlled from a mobile remote console behind protective panel or from a remote control desktop in an adjacent room.