The addition of DR detectors to existing mobile x-ray systems can: Increase efficiency Improve productivity Optimize image quality Reduce dose Jimmy Ogle, Worldwide Product Manager, Digital Radiography, Carestream Health, explains how the use of wireless, cassette-sized detectors in portable imaging has changed the landscape of bedside imaging.

Charlie McCaffrey, MD, UK & Ireland, Carestream Health, talked with us about the changes in the European healthcare environment and the impact this has on the practice of healthcare. As facilities are challenged to deliver better results with less expense, technology like the CARESTREAM DRX

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hxM3P5p8Ao&feature=channel_video_title] Lindy Andrews MD, Vice Chair Emergency Department, Heartland Regional Medical Center, explains that the DRX-Mobile Retrofit Kit allows their team to take the portable x-ray unit to the room when the department is extremely busy, to capture extremity, chest, and other portable shots to speed

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XGakqgHiH0&feature=channel_video_title] Michael Foley, Director of Radiology, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, discusses workflow and throughput improvements delivered by the CARESTREAM DRX-1 System. The DRX-1 features an innovative cassette-sized wireless DR detector that fits the existing equipment of radiology departments, making it cost-effective and easy to transition X-ray

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--WN9mFlIIo] With the dust now settled from ECR 2011, we offer this video interview from the Carestream booth, featuring Drs. Thomas Lehnert, MD and Thomas Vogl, MD, University of Frankfurt, Germany. A recent study comparing workflow productivity of wireless digital radiography (DR) detectors with traditional computed radiography (CR)