News | PACS Accessories | October 04, 2019

Ergonomic Workstations for Radiology and Cardiology PACS

Applying radiology and cardiology PACS ergonomics expertise to help pathologists avoid repetitive stress injuries that can arise from adopting digital pathology

Applying radiology and cardiology PACS ergonomics expertise to help pathologists avoid repetitive stress injuries that can arise from adopting digital pathology

RedRick Technologies workstations for radiology and cardiology PACS provide ergonomics expertise to help pathologists avoid repetitive stress injuries that can arise from adopting digital pathology, and are optimized to manage unique display configurations, regardless of how large or heavy. Customized desk shapes and sizes help maximize use of lab and office space, and stable and effortless ergonomic adjustments encourage ergonomic optimization. Greg Patrick, CEO at RedRick Technologies, points out "Pathologists are realizing they spend significant amounts of time sitting and often suffer from eye fatigue and neck pain. We are seeing increasing interest from pathology departments that are adopting digital pathology and must manage new clinical workflows, new display technology and evolving workspace demands.

For more information: www.redricktechnologies.com

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