Redefining Equine Preventative & Diagnostic Care
A Solution to the Problem with Current Equine CT Imaging
Prisma offers the only system that captures radiographic and CT imaging of the entire anatomy of a standing, weight-bearing, conscious horse.
Prisma provides safer, more effective diagnosis of compensatory injuries than current equine imaging systems available today. Our technology allows veterinarians access to high-quality images of the entire horse – even the axial skeleton and high-mass areas not accessible by other systems – while the horse remains standing and conscious. No more dangerous anesthesia risking further injury.
Prisma has been developed with the horse in mind, not just reusing imaging technology created for the human patient.
Current State of Equine CT Imaging
Prisma’s Solution - How our technology works
Prisma’s technology is easy to implement and safe for both the horse and handler. The horse is walked into position and requires only mild sedation; Robotics provides unlimited access to virtually every anatomical region of a standing, conscious horse including the axial skeleton, hips, pelvis, and abdomen. Prisma’s system utilizes two types of radiographic imaging technologies which reveal the high- mass areas of the equine anatomy and generates high-resolution images that current imaging technology can’t do. The horse is safely in and out fast.
The Prisma Imaging Solution
Use of Robotics
Line-Scan & ConeBeam Radiology
Motion Correction System
The result of combining three innovations: State-of-the-Art diagnostic image quality
Motion Correction Supports Better Image Quality
These images present a side-by-side comparison of reconstruction slices of a horse leg imaged with no added motion (left), with leg oscillating sinusoidally ±50 mm (center), and with leg oscillating and Prisma’s motion correction applied (right).
Prisma Imaging - Summary
Market Expansion Opportunities
Zoos and Nature Preserves
Medical imaging diagnostics for large animals for which any solutions do not exist.
More humane treatment and better patient care.
Human Bariatric Population
Cattle / Food Animal Industry