TMB is a battery powered mobile x-ray unit which suits a wide range of clinical applications.
The systems offer each one a different level of radiographic power and x-ray group: TMB 320 - 32kW and monobloc; TMB 400 - 40kW and x-ray housing.
Its compact size and the integrated motor makes the unit movement smooth and precise. Thanks to telescopic tube arm and swiveling column, TMB is able to easily move even in the hospital’s small rooms.
To get the tube into the perfect spot, motor assisted fine positioning adjustments are possible from the tube head and the entire unit moves millimeter by millimeter.
The unit runs on its own at the speed that is most convenient to the operator, it easily masters obstacles and inclines and it can be stopped by simply releasing the handle (dead man brake).
Move freely throughout the hospital will be even easier thanks to the version of TMB 400 with collapsible column that allows you to have a complete view of the surrounding environment in order to overcome the obstacles without difficulties, especially in critical areas that have a lot of equipment such as intensive care.
The long life battery gives the operator a whole day of full movements and applications without the need to recharge.
The two systems offer each one a different level of radiographic power and x-ray group: TMB 320 - 32kW and monobloc; TMB 400 - 40kW and x-ray housing.
Both are available in two different configurations: TMB 320/TMB 400 to be used with standard cassette or CR exposures and TMB 320 DR/TMB 400 DR with digital image acquisition system in radiographic mode, by using a solid detector, commonly named flat panel detector (FPD).
The acquired images are saved in the memory of the system, displayed on a high resolution monitor and eventually sent to a diagnostic work station or to a general archive through DICOM connection. The unit provides the customization of the parameters of the acquisition, process and image display according to both the selected anatomic part and the patient size. This allows a correct and immediate acquisition and display of the images, by avoiding subsequent improvement operations. Also sophisticated post processing operations, that allows the operator to elaborate the images in compliance with the diagnostic examinations, are available
This unit is intended to be used mainly to perform diagnostic and radiological examinations of:
- Intensive care
- First aid
- Bluster room
- Sports medicine
- Operating Theratre