In December, Dallas-based Baylor University Medical Center installed two Carestream DRX-Revolution mobile x-ray systems, which will move from patient to patient as needed in the hospital’s 56-bed surgical suite.

The hospital also implemented a Carestream DRX-Evolution system with a wall stand and elevating table to serve a busy x-ray room that performs a variety of inpatient and outpatient procedures. It also converted an existing analog x-ray room to wireless digital radiography with the Carestream DRX-1 System.

According to an announcement from Baylor, with its 1,065 licensed beds, the Baylor University Medical Center serves as the flagship hospital of Baylor Health Care System and is a major patient care, teaching, and research center for the Southwest.

For more information about the new mobile x-ray imaging system installations, visit the Baylor University Medical Center website.