Top Healthcare Trends to Discuss at ECR 2013: #2 – Digital Capture

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Anton Graule, Carestream Sales and Business Development Manager, Europe

Anton Graule, Carestream Sales and Business Development Manager, Europe

We’re going to focus on digital capture as being the second important topic that will be a strong focal point at ERC 2013. From mobile DR, to detectors focused on pediatric patients, the field is only growing more diverse and more impressive with each new piece of technology that is released.

At RSNA 2012, pediatric patients were a key point of interest because there are so many vital components to consider when working with these patients such as, various patient sizes, radiation dose, and even the mobility of the technology to be able to capture images outside of the traditional X-ray room. This focus is only going to become more important as more radiologists and vendors learn more about the importance of dose efficiency and reduction when it comes to the smallest of patients.

Below you can find some of the Carestream X-ray solutions that we will be featuring at ECR 2013. Stop by our booth to chat with us about these topics and the solutions available to meet facility needs. You can find us at stand 211, Expo B.

Carestream’s Digital Capture Story at ECR 2013:

  • Extending our leadership in the wireless digital radiography market, we’re demonstrating a work-in-progress, smaller-format 25 cm x 30 cm CARESTREAM DRX 2530C Detector.*  The new cesium iodide detector is intended to offer high efficiency for dose sensitive paediatric, orthopaedic and general radiology exams. Use it with CARESTREAM DRX-Revolution or CARESTREAM DRX-Mobile Retrofit Kits for mobile imaging of neonatal or paediatric patients
  • Come and see the new non-motorised option for the CARESTREAM DRX-EVOLUTION. The new DRX-EVOLUTION Standard-Q offers efficient upgrade to DR capability at an affordable cost. The ergonomically designed wall stand makes standing exams easier and the extra-wide Standard-Q elevating float-top table offers increased patient weight capacity and lowers easily for stretcher and wheelchair patients.

* 510(k) pending


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