Bone Mineral Density: Measures the bone mineral density of a preferred skeletal site that can be compared to an adult reference population at the sole discretion of the physician. Generates a reference chart with z-score and t-score.
AP Spine: Provides an estimate of bone mineral density for the lumbar spine.
FRAX: FRAX 10-Year Fracture Risk provides an estimate of 10-year probability of hip fracture and 10-year probability of a major osteoporotic fracture for men and post-menopausal women ages 40-90 years.
Lateral Spine Measurement: Lateral Spine measurement and analysis provides an estimate of bone mineral density for the lumbar spine.
Multi-user Database Access: Allows multiple users to access and analyze data from the same patient database.
Forearm: Measures radius and ulna, providing additional clinical information on BMD for the distal forearm. This measurement can be taken in both sitting or supine position.
Spine Geometry: LVA Morphometry measurement and analysis provides an x-ray image of the spine for qualitative visual assessment in order to identify vertebral deformations and estimate vertebral heights (morphometry), while LVA and APVA Spine Geometry measure Cobb angles.
Hand Measurement: Hand measurement and analysis provides an estimate of the bone mineral density for the hand.
Femur/Dual Femur: Measures single femur or both the femurs in one scan, helping you assess the weakest femur through measuring bone mineral density for the proximal femur.
Hip Axis Length: Measurement of the distance along the femoral neck axis, extending from the bone edge at the base of the trochanter to the bone edge at the inner pelvic brim.
Orthopedic – Hip Implant: Measure the delicate region around the hip implant and visualizes 19 Gruen zones.
Orthopedic Knee: Orthopedic Knee measurement and analysis provides an estimate of the bone mineral density around knee implants pre and post-surgery.
BMD Trending: Monitoring tool to view changes in a patient’s BMD over time.
Small Animal Scan: Small Animal measurement and analysis is for investigational use on laboratory animals or for other tests that do not involve human subjects.
ScanCheck: ScanCheck assists the user in detecting Spine, Femur, Forearm and Total Body abnormalities.
OneScan: OneScan performs an AP Spine and Dual Femur exam without repositioning between scans.
OneVision: OneVision feature allows you to set up multiple measurements in one exam. This eliminates keystrokes and improves throughput for customers that routinely perform multiple measurements on each patient.