The system is an effective tool for diagnosing COVID-19, Aspenstate said. The handheld, 5.5-lb device transmits x-ray images to a facility's PACS via a built-in workstation. It can capture up to 300 exposures in a single battery charge, and its battery charges within two hours, according to the firm.
AiRTouch includes a built-in touchscreen workstation. Image courtesy of Aspenstate.
AiRTouch was developed by Aspenstate's parent company, Livermoretech Korea, and has been used at drive-through COVID-19 screening centers in South Korea, Aspenstate said.
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