built for critical care
Imagine you could have a truly mobile head CT in your ICU that could be quickly and easily rolled up to your patient’s bedside for a fast scan, giving you real time updates on your patient’s condition.
- Turns on a dime.
- Less than 4′ footprint with zero degree turning.
- Maneuvers tight spaces with easy storage.
- Line voltage ~120v plugs into standard wall outlet with battery backup.
- Full 360 degree rotation, more data = better data.
- Effective bore diameter clears shoulders & Xoran head holders.
portable. precise. priceless.
Truly mobile. Xoran’s ultra-compact, mobile, cone beam CT scanner is designed for the neurosurgical suite and neuro ICU. Providing real-time CT scans of the brain and applicable for bone window imaging.
designed for surgeons
For successful surgical interventions…image-quality matters and a full-body CT won’t fit in your OR. For those moments when having a clear picture would make a difference—xCAT is designed to meet the specific needs of surgical specialists who require high-definition images when time is of the essence.
- Confirm – accuracy of implants, plates, and fracture reductions
- Optimize – surgical procedure with real-time IGS updates
- Visualize – with sub-millimeter spatial resolution
- Verify – completeness, get it right the first time
- Link – seamless connection to PACS
- Enable – adjustments to surgical plan
- Compact – stores in OR for immediate access
- 4-wheel steering – easy to move into position
- Self-shielded – safe operation from the console
your wingman in the or & icu
For those moments when having a clear picture would make a difference—xCAT is designed to meet the specific needs of surgical specialists who require high-definition bone images.
Evacuated Subdural Hemmorhage
Resolving Intracerebral Bleed
WHAT COULD YOU DO WITH XCAT IQ?
- xCAT IQ—Low Dose Large Bore
- True 3-D Volume CT Exams
- Easy-To- Maneuver Mobile Imaging
“The portable scanner does have the advantage of faster acquisition time, because there is not that transport involved. So when there is an acute neurological change, and we want to know why, and when we suspect that it’s due to the most common things that we see—new intracranial hemorrhage, new and worsening midline shift due to cerebral edema, new hydrocephalus—things that are relatively, readily visible on a CT scan, that’s when we would use a portable CT scanner such as xCAT IQ.”