News | October 05, 2008

Boise Orthopedic Clinics Gets New Radiographic System

October 6, 2008 - Quantum Medical Imaging has completed an installation of their DiRex Digital System, which includes a digitally integrated Quantum Radiographic system and AGFA DX-S CR system at Intermountain Orthopedics in Boise, ID.

Intermountain Orthopedics is one of largest orthopedic healthcare providers in Boise. They have selected the DiRex System, which delivers the image quality and workflow benefits of DR combined with positioning flexibility inherent of a cassette-based system. The reported result is improved workflow, lower patient dose, excellent image quality and positioning flexibility for exceptional patient care.

The Quantum DiRex system combines a Floor Mounted Tube Stand radiographic system, which allows for a very compact but complete radiographic system that allows a full compliment of radiographic procedures and the Agfa DX-S CR System. The DX-S CR scanning system utilizes exclusive technology to consistently produce images of remarkable quality, enhancing diagnostic confidence and providing the potential to substantially reduce the patient X-ray dose. Rapid detector scanning reduces wait times and provides faster display of digital images. Through digital integration, a single operator user interface provides one-step anatomical selection of all X-ray techniques and image processing factors. Quantum’s exclusive TechVision tube-side display allows control of all X-ray parameters and also provides image preview increasing the technologist’s proficiency.

For more information: www.quantummedical.net

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