Imaging Solutions

EOS imaging systems provide full body stereoradiographic images of patients. These low dose solutions are unique to the medical imaging market, introducing a fifth modality to improve the safety, speed, and quality of patient exams. Both systems employ cutting-edge technology to minimize radiation exposure, delivering reduced dose compared to traditional solutions1,2,3,4. Healthcare teams worldwide use EOS systems to capture high-precision, weight-bearing 2D and 3D images, achieving well-informed diagnoses and treatment planning.

As a leader in low dose 2D and 3D imaging, EOS imaging is pushing the boundaries to deliver greater clinical value for customers. Our advanced imaging systems capture full body, weight-bearing images in seconds, without stitching or magnification bias, driving facility efficiency and better patient experiences. From initial diagnosis to surgical planning and post-operative care, EOS imaging systems support patients and providers across every step of their shared journey.

The EOS solution refers to the following medical devices manufactured by EOS imaging:
- EOS System
- EOSedge
- sterEOS workstation
and to the following medical devices manufactured by oneFIT medical:
- EOSapps refer to hipEOS and spineEOS

Outsourced 3D modeling uses the FDA cleared sterEOS workstation and does not provide diagnostic or treatment recommendations. The 3D information proposed by outsourced 3D modeling is limited to the intended use of the sterEOS workstation. The sterEOS workstation is intended for use in the fields of musculoskeletal radiology and orthopedics in both pediatric and adult populations as a general device for acceptance, transfer, display, storage, and digital processing of 2D X-ray images of the musculoskeletal system including interactive 2D measurement tools. When using 2D X-ray images obtained with the EOS imaging systems, the sterEOS workstation provides interactive 3D measurement tools.

Please read carefully the labeling provided with the devices.
Caution: US Federal law restricts these devices to sale by or on the order of a physician.