Carestream plans to display an array of imaging solutions at the upcoming Association for Medical Imaging Management annual conference. The tradeshow and exhibit will be held July 19–22, 2015, at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
Among the items on display will be the company’s cone beam CT (CBCT) system, designed for orthopaedic imaging and currently undergoing clinical studies. The system is investigational and not yet available for commercial sale. When complete, however, it will use less radiation than traditional CT imaging, be both compact and affordable, and be suitable for a wide range of facilities, according to the company.
Carestream will also showcase its Touch ultrasound system, recently cleared by the FDA, as well as its family of DRX systems. Developed with feedback from nurses and clinicians, the Touch ultrasound system features an all-touch control panel that combines a soft interface and etched keys for tactile feedback, as well as a cold boot time of 18 seconds. The company recently received FDA clearance for the first two Touch systems, the Touch Prime and the Touch Prime XE. The DRX systems include fully featured room, mobile, and retrofit systems designed for use by hospitals, imaging centers, orthopaedic practices, and other imaging services providers.
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