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Built For Veterinary Practice

Complete Mobile Solution

Complete with Ultrasound and CT

The Claris V CBCT is actively utilized by Santa Barbara Zoo staff. Due to its unique size and form factor, the Claris V CBCT resides comfortably in their onsite vet hospital / care clinic. This story reveals the impact of Claris V CBCT in real-world emergency scenario.

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CBCT BACKGROUND

Volumetric Computed Tomography, commonly known as “Cone Beam” currently represents the highest level of resolution imaging capable for veterinary medicine.

 

CBCT Technology was first introduced in 1996 emanating from Dental Diagnostics. The imaging area resides inside the ring tunnel known as the Gantry. 


The Claris V CBCT Gantry has a very large diameter, up to 79 cm, providing diagnosis of small and larger animals such as a Lion The X-Ray Generator is powered by 18kW.

HOW THE CBCT WORKS

The Claris V CBCT produces three-dimensional X-ray images. 

 

Helical thin axial slices are generated as cone-shaped X-ray beam in the CBCT rotates around the area to be diagnosed in the volumetric scan. The area under study remains stationary in the X-ray beam, as opposed to the standard tomography image in which the area under study has to move through the beam. 

 

Depending on the CBCT device and the available size of the digital at panel detector, one rotation of the conical X-ray beam is sufficient to completely cover the diagnosed areas. 

 

The performed scan can be viewed on a PC after a short time.

BETTER RESOLUTION, 
HIGHER DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY:

Many CT scanners obtain images very 1 to 3 mm whereas the Claris V CBCT slice thickness is 0.1 to 0.4 mm. The CBCT slice thickness is far smaller and more precise providing more detailed imaging of small structures, particularly the anatomy of tiny animals, reptiles and amphibians.

Affordable CT with a Small Footprint that will fit in most office locations.

Delivered one of our Claris V to a happy customer!

Can you imagine a compact CBCT that can fit in such a small place?

 

This CBCT can do more than that!

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  • Plugs into existing wall power 120v 220v

  • Minimal space & shielding requirements

  • No longer rely on 3rd party Image Centers

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          team members will contact you within 24 hours

The New Standard of Care in Veterinary Imaging

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