Technical Specifications

System requirements

Operating system: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7
CPU:
  • Minimum AMD Athlon XP, Intel Pentium IV or higher.
  • Intel Core 2 Duo recommended.
RAM:
  • Minimum 512 Mb
  • Recommended 2 Gb.
Graphics card:
  • At least a graphics card compatible with OpenGL
  • Recommended Nvidia GeForce 6 or higher with support for OpenGL 2.0.
Screen: 17-inch screen with 1024x768 resolution and 16-bit colour depth, although it is possible to work with lower resolutions.
Mouse: Mouse with a central scroll wheel.
USB: Minimum 1 USB port to insert the protection key.
Compatibility: “BTI Scan® ” is charaterised by being an open platfom compatible with different CT scanning systems; conventional, spiral, volumetric, etc. that provide a study of the patient's maxillary in DICOM format. It also has an extensive library of implants available to the user for pre-surgery planning on the patient's scan. In addition, it allows you to import studies created with previous versions of “BTI Scan®”.

Configuration of CT Scan Paramaters

Parameters for Helical CT scan with “BTI Scan®” Sequence of Axial Sections

The sections must be equal and homogenous (if they are not, the “BTI Scan®”, program, when carrying out the diagnosis and simulation, will display them as erroneous and will mark them in black; if the ratio of valid sections/Non-valid sections is higher than 20%, “BTI Scan®” will not load the CT scan and will declare it as non-valid.

The thickness of sections must be 1mm maximum; the lower the distance between sections, the higher the quality when viewing them. “BTI Scan®” supports submillimetric distances of up to 0.6mm.

Oscillations permitted
Kilovoltaje (Kv) 120 – 160 Kv
Milliamperage (mA) 90 – 140 mA
FOV (Field of View) 12 – 18 cm
SFOV (if available) HEAD
Angle Gantry
Matrix 512 = (512*512)

IMPORTANT WARNING REGARDING CONE BEAM OR VOLUMETRIC SCANNERS

The reliability of the data and measurements provided by DICOM images obtained with CONE BEAM or VOLUMETRIC scanners can vary depending on the technique, Energy parameters and the equipment used.

Space between sections
Superior maxilla 0,5 – 1,0 mm
Inferior maxilla 0,5 – 1,0 mm
Helix parameters
Helical thickness 1,0 – 1,5 mm
Exploration mode (0,0 – 1):1
Speed (mm/rot) (0,8 – 1,5)
Magnification 1,0 X
Filters
Bone or High Resolution.

 

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