By staff writers
November 28, 2016

Konica Minolta Medical Imaging subsidiary Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas released its new KDR advanced U-arm (AU) system at RSNA 2016 in Chicago.

The digital radiography (DR) unit includes preprogrammed positioning capability and floor-mounted installation in a small footprint.

Anatomy selections can be preprogrammed into the system using the company's Ultra software so that only minor adjustments are required once the patient enters the room. Multiple images may be preprogrammed as well. The floor-mounted system fits 8-ft ceilings with a stand that lowers to less than 1 ft from the floor.

KDR AU features a 17 x 17-inch cesium detector, and the stand performs automatic stitching and uses a three-knob collimator.

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