The Compact Sigma, a versatile modular lithotripter, combines proven Dornier Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) with a multi-functional patient table and X-ray C-arm to create the complete solution for lithotripsy and endourological procedures. When combined with other items such as ultrasound, lasers, scopes, etc. the Compact Sigma becomes a complete multifunctional workstation.
Equipped with proven Dornier Electromagnetic Shock Wave Emitter (EMSE) technology, The Compact Sigma delivers consistent, reliable energy. With a high penetration depth and a wide dynamic range the EMSE is ideal for a spectrum of applications. The combination of the C-arm, the fully motorized Relax + patient table and variety of accessories offers treatment flexibility making this the perfect multifunctional system.
EMSE, Electromagnetic Shock Wave Emitter
Today, thousands of physicians trust Dornier’s proven EMSE technology to deliver consistent, reliable energy, which ensures low re-treatment rates with minimal side effects.
- Consistent, reliable energy delivery
- Shorter treatment times
- High depth penetration and wide dynamic range
- Low re-treatment rates
- Minimal side effects
Flexible Therapy Head
The flexible therapy head introduces shockwaves from various orientations, allowing all treatments to be conducted with patients positioned comfortably on their backs.
- Supports both lateral and horizontal orientation
- Able to treat in both over- and under-table positions
- All treatments are performed with patients remaining in the supine position
- Simple, motorized operation via hand controller
The isocentric design allows both the shockwave and the imaging system to revolve around a single point. This ensures precise alignment of the targeting system and the shockwave focus at all times.
- Shockwave and imaging systems revolve around a single point
- Ensures precise alignment of the targeting system and the shockwave focus at all times
- Scanning plane constantly passes through the focal spot as the X-ray and ultrasound imaging angles change allowing for continuous visibility
- Easier to target under difficult conditions
QuickLinx™, Dornier’s optical position control, ensures proper alignment between the C-arm and Compact Sigma. The laser aiming device is mounted to the top of the therapy arm and is equipped with three manually adjustable beams, which can be turned on or off with the touch of a button.
The Compact Delta II offers flexible imaging options, which can be used independently or in combination.
- Single mode imaging, using either Farsight, X-ray or Isocentric ultrasound
- Dual mode imaging, using two imaging options
- Dornier unique Tri-mode imaging combining all three imaging techniques for the optimal imaging solution
Dornier, together with B-K Medical, the leader in urology and surgical ultrasound, has developed a proprietary state-of-the-art FarSight integrated ultrasound technology which completely revolutionizes conventional inline ultrasound technology by delivering TRUE “see what you shoot, as you shoot along the shock wave path”.
- Specially designed electronic curved array transducer for deep imaging
- Transducer is integrated into the therapy head
- Transducer remains outside the shockwave path at all times
- Motorized rotation of transducer covering longitudinal and lateral scanning planes
Dornier offers a wide range of options and accessories to compliment a variety of procedures.
Isocentric Scan Arm
- Patented localization ultrasound arm
- Optimized positioning flexibility and stone imaging
- Allows shockwave and ultrasound to remain independent of each other
- Boot type: Attaches to T-rail, built-in gas spring for easy movement
- Knee Crutch type: Attaches to T-rail, built-in gas spring for easy movement
- Leg Support: Attaches to T-rail, manual movement
Drain Bag Assembly
- Allows physician to get closer to the patient
- Mounts to table and has a wire edge for shaping the drain bag to channel fluid
- Use physician elbow rests (option) with the drain assembly for support during a procedure
UIMS Viewing Station
- Allows viewing, processing and archiving of images
- DICOM capabilities allow connection to a PACS network to maximize patient data collection and workflow
- Operates as a stand-alone viewer or as a secondary capture system for a variety of imaging devices
- Acquired images can be transmitted to the facility’s PACS system or viewed on the LCD monitors