Image-Based Precision Medicine

What is precision medicine?

Precision medicine offers a more personalized, molecular approach to a patient’s specific disease and treatment. The initiative’s plan includes both short – and long-term components.

Importance of imaging

In the construction of modern hospitals, the radiology department is an important comprehensive diagnosis and treatment department that integrates DR, CT, MRI and interventional radiology. Most clinical diseases need to be checked by radiology equipment to achieve clear diagnosis and auxiliary diagnosis. The radiology report is an enumeration of the imaging. They define these ‘precise’ subpopulations. Establishing linkages between genotypes and imaging phenotypes will serve as the foundation for surveillance of disease manifestation—occurrence, location, extent, severity—and discovery of genetic polymorphisms.

Imaging in the Precision Medicine

The core of precision medicine is to realize that each of us is unique, and our medical care or treatment should also be unique. Almost no one would say that it does not represent the future of healthcare. As a company deeply rooted in the field of diagnostic imaging, Perlove Medical is interested in precision diagnosis, the first part of the challenge of precision medicine. Actively committed to the exploration of smart imaging products, and on the basis of providing high-quality images, it has focused on expanding more clinical application functions and image processing technologies.

Our PLX7200 is best used for intraoperative applications in orthopedics, trauma and spine surgery. The biggest feature is the intraoperative three-dimensional imaging and accurate surgical assurance.

1.        Clinical Use

It can be widely used in high-precision and complex operations on the upper jaw, upper and lower limb joints, cervical vertebrae, thoracic vertebrae, lumbar vertebrae and other whole spine, hips, pelvis, and bone articular surfaces.

2. Precise imaging and Perfect visualization

First, the powerful 3D image reconstruction processing system helps to provide early and detailed diagnosis, more accurate and minimally invasive treatment. Digital High frequency X-ray generator with micro-focus improve resolution and sharpness. Intraoperative 3D imaging enables intraoperative revisions and evaluation and replaces postoperative CT control.

3. Cone beam multi-angles radiography

The three-dimensional C-arm machine mainly uses high-end technologies such as sequence photography, cone-beam scanning, and 3D reconstruction technology to form cross-sectional, coronal, sagittal and 3-dimensional images. By browsing the cross-sectional, coronal, and sagittal images, it is convenient to observe orthopedic parts from different angles. Continuous observation from all angles of the cross section eliminates the overlapping effect of two-dimensional images.

4. Image acquisition and processing

Optimally matched, fully digital imaging chain from image acquisition to viewing and archiving.Mega pixels digital image storage. High-brightness, high contrast display system assure abundant, delicate images and precise details.

Final thoughtsImaging technology is the ubiquitous workhorse technology. As the field of diagnostic imaging becomes more and more precise, it will become more important for imaging suppliers to ensure compliance with quality guidelines. We Perlove Medical sincerely hope that PLX7200 3D Digital C-arm System will play a greater role in clinical applications. Besides that we will also provide t

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