The wireless, cassette-size Carestream DRX-1 Detector is being used for X-ray imaging of football players attending the NFL Scouting Combine. These imaging studies are conducted at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
February 21, 2012 — On Feb. 22, the first day of the 2012 National Football League Combine, more than 300 top college football players will undergo X-ray imaging exams using an innovative wireless, digital radiography detector from Carestream Health Inc. These exams are part of a comprehensive physical being conducted at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Ind.
The annual scouting combine is a week-long event where selected college football players perform physical and mental tests for evaluation by NFL coaches, general managers and scouts in preparation for drafting new players.