Agfa debuts CR 10-X in North America
Article Thumbnail ImageJuly 31, 2012 -- Agfa HealthCare has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for its CR 10-X tabletop digitizer, which is now available across North America.
Member Sign In:
  MemberID or E-mail Address:

New Members

Becoming a Member is FREE!

  • Real-time radiology-specific news
  • Case of the Day and Teaching Files
  • Focused topics digital communities
  • Lively, discussion groups
  • Medical imaging bookstore
  • SalaryScan
  • Job Boards
  • Online CME
  • Bookstore, market reports, more …
  • Conference Calendar
  • User-controlled eNewsletters
  • … registration is FREE and easy!
  • The computed radiography (CR) unit can handle radiography and orthopedic, chiropractic, and full-leg/full-spine applications, according to the vendor. It offers high-resolution scanning of 100 µm pixels at a rate of 34 imaging plates per hour in a single-cassette feed, Agfa said.

    CR 10-X includes networking capabilities and comes with Musica2 digital x-ray image processing software. It can also be integrated with Agfa's NX workstation for image identification and quality control.

    Agfa noted that since the product's launch at the 2012 European Congress of Radiology, CR 10-X has typically been installed in Europe and Asia Pacific in small hospitals and private practices for both human and veterinary use.

    || About || Advertising || || Bookstore || Breast MRI || Career Center || Case of the Day || Communities || Conferences || Contact Us || ECR News 2014 || Education || Equipment Classifieds || Europe || Facebook || Forums || Home || Links || Marketplace || Middle East || Mobile || Molecular Breast Imaging || New Installations || News in Brief || People in the News || Privacy Policy || RSNA News 2013 || Reference || Salary Survey Results || Trends in Radiology || Twitter || Vendor Connect || Webinars || XML/RSS ||

    Copyright © 2014 All Rights Reserved.