News | Digital Radiography (DR) | November 24, 2015

Carestream Shows New Imaging and Healthcare IT Technology at RSNA

Carestream continues to expand its DR portfolio with enhanced DRX Plus detectors, an advanced DRX-Evolution Plus system, and a new DRX-Excel platform for fluoroscopy and radiography. The company is also marketing two premium ultrasound systems and developing cone beam CT technology for extremity imaging designed to support the imaging needs of orthopaedic and sports medicine specialists when available. A new Vita Flex CR system offers compact, high-quality digital imaging at a price that’s affordable for clinics and medical practices across the globe. Carestream also offers RIS+PACS, vendor-neutral archiving and reporting capabilities including new native multi-media reporting. Carestream’s Clinical Collaboration Platform consolidates multiple silos of information to enhance sharing of dermatology, endoscopy, radiology, cardiology and other types of files. Raw data is stored via standards-based integration and avoids the need for costly data migration or replacement.

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