News | November 27, 2013

20/20 Imaging’s X-ray to Headline Company's RSNA 2013 Presentation

November 27, 2013 — 20/20 Imaging, a solutions provider of healthcare information technology (IT), digital imaging, picture archiving communication systems (PACS) and electronic medical records (EMR), announced their product lineup for the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013), which will be led by a new digital X-ray system with enhanced software capabilities and higher frequency generator.
 
Targeted more specifically to the podiatry market, this higher-frequency system offers the potential for lower dose with advanced imaging capabilities that enable lower technique for lower radiation to be used. The system is also anatomically programmed, saving time, assuring accuracy and further enhancing efficiency by enabling exams to be selected at the technologist workstation instead of at the device.  
 
Beyond podiatry, 20/20 Imaging’s product portfolio also includes solutions for the chiropractic, hand and now the veterinary markets as well:
  • End-to-end imaging solutions for chiropractic practices include the cutting-edge Chiro Straight-Arm digital X-ray solution, equipped with the company’s CFPG and the C-DR retrofit system, both enable the direct capture of images and display of data on computer workstations within seconds.
  • High dynamic range (HDR) and HFP dedicated specifically to the unique needs of the hand surgery market, were unveiled at the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) Annual Meeting in October.
  • V-XRS: a multi-option digital receptor turnkey X-ray system equipped with a 32 kilowatt HF APR generator, four-way float top table and mini-PACS designed to advance the digital imaging capabilities for veterinary practices.
 
20/20 Imaging will be located at booth 8516 at RSNA 2013.
 
For more information: www.2020imaging.net, www.rsna.org

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