News | July 08, 2007

Canon to Display Portable, General DR Systems at AHRA

July 9, 2007 - Canon U.S.A Inc., announced that it will showcase the versatility and usability of its current line of advanced portable and general digital radiography (DR) systems and solutions at the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators (AHRA) Annual Meeting and Exposition, July 9-11, in Orlando, FL.

The award-winning Canon CXDI-50G DR system on display is light-weight and has a large imaging area. This DR system will be shown integrated with the RadPro 40kw mobile X-ray system and AMX-4 portable X-ray system, making it appropriate for bedside or post-operative procedures.

In addition, Canon will feature the Canon CXDI-50C DR system, which reportedly delivers high-quality diagnostic images efficiently with minimal X-Ray exposure to patients, making it ideal for pediatric and orthopedic use. The Canon CXDI-50C DR System will be shown integrated with a RadPro DR50 Bucky on a wall stand. Also, the flexibility of the Canon CXDI-50 DR systems offers a "one plate" solution that allows the DR panel to be interchanged between a table and a wall stand set-up, offering a cost effective DR solution.

For more information: www.usa.canon.com

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