The system has high DR image quality, fast image preview, and a range of applications, including chest, abdomen, skeletal, and long-length stitching exams, to improve productivity while supporting patient care, the firm said.
The motor-driven and compact DR 100s is 22.8-inches wide and has a FreeView collapsible telescopic column, making it easier to maneuver. Adding to the machine's efficiency are the position of its power plug, storage for necessities (gloves, sanitizer, etc.), an integrated detector battery charger, and security locks on detectors and the remote exposure switch.
The tube head incorporates ZeroForce technology to make movement easier and the 10-inch tube head display also allows for bedside adjustments and gives the operator access to patient data, generator settings, and image previews.
DR 100s comes equipped with the Musica acquisition workstation, which offers a single interface for imaging on a 22-inch touchscreen monitor that can be angled to eliminate light reflection. Patient data and exposure parameters are automatically added to the digital image and included in the DICOM information for review.