Digital Imaging:
-CR (Computed Radiography)
-DR (Digital Radiography)

Film Processors
FluoroPRO Digital Imaging System

The FluoroPro RF Digital Imaging System is a high resolution, digital imaging system designed for digital videography. It is intended to replace conventional film techniques in multipurpose or dedicated applications where general fluoroscopy, interventional fluoroscopy or angiography or cardiac imaging procedures are performed.

The FluoroPro RF Digital Imaging System allows the operator to view and enhance 1000 line fluoroscopy. High resolution digital spot images (1024 x 1024) may be acquired at single or rapid acquisition rates, up to 30 fps. Images may be viewed and enhanced enabling the operator to bring out diagnostic details difficult or impossible to see using conventional imaging techniques.

Images can be stored locally for medium term storage. The FluoroPro RF Digital Imaging System enables the operator to hardcopy image with a laser printer or
send images over a network for longer term storage. The major system components include: a fluoroscopic TV camera, monitors, and an image processor.

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Infimed PlatinumOne RF System

The PlatinumOne RF system provides advanced high-resolution digital image acquisition, processing, review, and DICOM communications for general fluoroscopy and urology procedures. The innovative state-of-the-art image processor facilitates a completely filmless operation and can be installed on virtually any existing, refurbished, or new fluoroscopy room.

The PlatinumOne RF offers numerous time saving and cost-reduction benefits, as well as outstanding image quality, reliability, and ease-of-use.

An enhanced Innovision 12-bit Digital CCD camera, acquisition station, and full fluoroscopic image-processing package are included with the system.

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Canon CDXI-50G

With a large imaging area and lightweight design, the CXDI-50G extends the range of exams possible with Digital Radiography. It is large enough for chest and abdominal X-rays. But the compact design also makes it as easy to position as a conventional film cassette or CR imaging plate when performing lateral or axial imaging of limbs and other areas. In addition, it is possible for the patient to easily hold the sensor unit in place during image capture. In the radiographic suite, the CXDI 50G allows images to be acquired table top, in a wheelchair, on a stretcher, or in the bucky table.

The CXDI50G Digital Radiography System is desgned for diverse applications that include trauma and bedside exams. When combined with a mobile X-ray unit, the CXDI-50G brings digial radiography directly to the patient. With a portable detector designed for patient comfort and quick access to images, the Canon CXDI-50G provides unmatched speed and efficiency for diagnosing even the most critically ill patients.

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Canon CDXI-40G

With an imaging area that’s 17 x 17 inches (43 x 43 cm), the CXDI-40G lets you capture chest and abdominal images without ever having to rotate the sensor unit. That’s one less step in an already streamlined procedure that eliminates film development, cassette replacement,
and other process steps. The CXDI-40G produces a preview image in only three seconds after x-ray exposure, and is ready for the next image a few seconds later. In addition, it offers the benefit of easy installation. The CXDI-40G can be used with an upright stand, a universal stand, or a Bucky table. It can also be retrofitted with existing equipment.

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Canon CDXI-40C

The CXDI-40C produces high-quality diagnostic images with minimal x-ray dosage. This makes it ideal for pediatric use as well as orthopedic exams. The key to its dose efficiency is the newly developed LANMIT 5 sensor, which is equipped with a Cesium Iodide scintillator for high sensitivity. The CXDI-40C shares the major features of other Canon DR systems, including the largest imaging area in the industry, high image resolution, and easy
operation. It can be installed in as many ways—and just as easily—as the CXDI-40G.

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Canon CDXI-31

A major breakthrough when it was first introduced, the CXDI-31 continues to provide unmatched flexibility for diverse applications.

Many institutions have adopted the CXDI-31 as their preferred system for trauma, neonatal, and orthopedic
imaging. Its compact size makes it easy to position, and
simplifies lateral and axial imaging of skull, neck, shoulder, limbs, and extremities. Another key advantage is image quality. The CXDI-31 has the smallest picture elements of any Canon DR system, which ensures the level of refinement that’s crucial to bone imaging. X-ray dosage can also be minimized.

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