Adapter M for Pre-filled Syringes
Remote Touch Screens
Double Head Receptacles
Double Head Adapter 64 ml ELS NaC
Adapter D for Pre-filled Syringes
Complies with the strictest hygiene rules worldwide. Contamination risks reduced to a minimum.
Efficiency in your work
Unequivocal efficiency when changing the disposable set after each patient An ideal solution for departments with reduced workloads or those which have only a few daily examinations using contrast media.
Description (Product Code)
- ELS 65 ml syringe (MTN-316065-000)
- ELS 200 ml syringe (MTN-316026-000)
- Dual head coiled patient line (MTN-317104-000)
- Mini spike (MTN-319099-100)
- Standard spike for NaCl (MTN-319095-100)
- Or choose one of our pre-assembled kits:
- MR set ELS 65 ml (MTN-317602-000)
- MR kit ELS 65 ml (MTN-317604-000)
Description (Product Code)
- ELS 200 ml MU syringe (Box of 2) (MTN-314626-100)
- Double head 8 hr tube system (MTN-314100-100)
- Vented spike (MTN-314095-100)
- Coiled pat. line w/valve 150 cm (MTN-318214-000)
max 64 ml (CM) 200 ml (NaCl) programmable in 0.1 ml/s increments and 50 ml (infusion pump), programmable in 0.001 ml/min increments
Number of Phases:
1 to 6 phases
max 21 bar, programmable from 5 to 21 bar in 1 bar increments
0.1 – 10 ml/s, programmable in 0.1 ml/s increments,
Infusion pump: 0.001-30 ml/min, programmable in 0.001 ml/min
80 profiles, individually programmable and storable
Injection and Phase Delay:
0.1 – 600 s injection delay
1 – 255 s phase delay
1 – 4 ml/s, CM/NaCl, programmable in 1 ml/s increments
Keep Vein Open:
1 ml every 2 minutes
Focus with Accutron® MR & MR3.
Pediatric MR imaging faces complex challenges such as minimal flow rate requirements, extremely fragile veins as well as optimal contrast volume selection and delivery.
Accutron® MR & MR3 are both ideal for pediatric imaging because they provide precise injection volume and flow rates with decimal increments allowing for careful administration of the contrast media dose.
It is especially critical in pediatric MR imaging where precise comparability with high quality imaging is needed, such as in pediatric cardiac and oncologic imaging.
Contrast media perfusion in MR breast imaging requires a high degree of precision coupled with an extremely high necessity for imaging reproducibility. It allows conspicuous lesions with premature and higher grade enhancements to be analyzed. Only a power injector can meet this requirement in earnest.
Complex vascular changes can be easily visualized via the adjustment of injection parameters on the power injector. As an example, MR stroke imaging requires clearly defined contrast media injection profiles, as they are essential in enabling evaluation of contrast media distribution throughout the brain.
Using the dual injection head of Accutron® MR and MR3 for multiple phase protocols allows you to optimize the delivery of contrast for vascular dynamic studies.
This includes flushing the arterial supply with saline to ensure a compact bolus is delivered. It also allows subsequent examinations to be later reproduced with the same protocol.
By simultaneously injecting contrast media and saline solution, it allows for the bolus geometry and peak enhancement to be adjusted as needed when focusing on organ tissue enhancement. For example, to increase the duration of the contrast peak for larger vessel studies.
Should I use a power injector?
Using power injection is inherently more stable and repeatable with respect to flow rate, timing and duration of injection during a patient examination.
A power injector such as Accutron® MR or Accutron® MR3 makes the quality of imaging more predictable, which ultimately enhances the procedural safety for the patient.
Unfortunately, hand injections are not suitable for repeatability as the variability of flow rate, time and duration are not easily controlled and/or maintained due to the manual variabilities introduced.