At the RSNA 2014 annual meeting in December, Toshiba America Medical Systems will showing enhancements to its Dose Tracking Systems (DTS) for the Infinix family of cardiovascular x-ray systems. DTS now offers expanded front and lateral biplane coverage and the ability to track cradle movement. The T.RAD and Kalare x-ray systems can also accommodate up to four registered wireless flat-panel detectors (FPDs) at one time for increased flexibility and reduced exam times. Recently cleared by the FDA, the Kalare FPD digital R&F system features a 17- x 17-inch FPD and reduces scatter radiation by more than 95%.

Toshiba will be exhibiting from Booth 7333 in Hall B of the North Building.