Technology | April 07, 2008

Customized Settings Offered in New CR Systems

The new Kodak Directview Classic and Elite CR Systems are designed to perform a wide range of exams using standard Kodak Directview CR cassettes. The new systems include automatic image rendering that reportedly eliminate the need for technologists to identify each exam projection and allows users to create customized settings for image presentation (by exam type/body part). These systems also incorporate new image processing software.

Also on display will be the company’s new turnkey CARESTREAM Virtual 3D Solution that reportedly provides the same advanced 3D processing and comparative viewing of MR and CT studies and other functionalities currently integrated with its KODAK CARESTREAM PACS platform. The solution also features advanced display protocols that work to reduce setup time for image review and streaming technology that speeds performance even in low-bandwidth environments.

April 2008

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