The company said it will be showcasing the DRX-Revolution mobile x-ray system, designed to provide medical imaging at the patient's bedside. In combination with Carestream's ImageView software, the system is designed to streamline bedside workflow, boost productivity, and enhance patient care, according to the company.
Another AHRA highlight will be the company's Lux 35 digital detector, a lightweight DR detector designed with ergonomics in mind to make it easier for radiologic technologists to hold and position. The lighter weight of the detector puts less strain and stress on technologists and patients, according to the company.
For long-length imaging studies, Carestream offers the DRX-L digital detector, a single-exposure long-length imaging panel with a 17 x 51-inch field of view and high resolution for high-quality leg and spine exams. The detector can also be used with single-shot acquisition protocols to reduce retakes and the need for image stitching.
Finally, Carestream will be highlighting Eclipse, which is the engine behind the company's imaging software. Eclipse uses proprietary algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI) to provide enhancements across the entire imaging chain, according to the company.
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