Research-grade analysis to help you manage your patients with confidence
In your search for answers to a patient’s health concerns, information is everything. And Lunar iDXA* provides the data and images you need. Whether you’re assessing bone density, fracture risk, body composition, or pediatric development, Lunar iDXA gives you a clear glimpse inside the body.
GE Lunar iDXA Fan Beam Bone Densitometer offers research-grade image resolution and exacting precision, designed to provide you a high degree of clinical confidence across body types. Consider Lunar iDXA not only for today’s needs but also as an enduring platform for the future.
The benefits of Lunar iDXA are supported by these innovative features:
GE LUNAR IDXA FAN BEAM BONE DENSITOMETER High-resolution images and exacting precision through latest generation DXA technology from GE
* Research-grade image resolution helps provide a high degree of clinical confidence
* Enhanced ability to locate artifacts, identify areas of high density and identify bone edges for exceptional accuracy and reproducibility of BMD results
* Image quality comparable to radiographs helps you identify and classify vertebral deformities based on etiology, grade, and shape, but with a lower dose than conventional X-ray
* Greater precision assists in detecting small and statistically significant changes sooner, which can help motivate patient compliance, guide treatment decisions, or reduce the sample size required for clinical trials
* Narrow-angle fan beam technology with Multi-View Image Reconstruction (MVIR) eliminates magnification errors
* Direct-to-digital detector with a staggered array eliminates dead spots while helping to more accurately identify region-of-interest boundaries
Product features that accommodate a large number of patient sizes and conditions
* A large scan window and high arm height accommodate patients up to 450 lbs
* Full suite of bone health applications including BMD, vertebral fracture assessment, pediatrics, orthopedics and more
* Body composition analysis including visceral fat quantification