Technology | September 21, 2009

Digital Upgrade Kit Enhances Efficiency of Giraffe Style Incubators

Enhance the convenience and efficiency of your Giraffe style incubator with the RadPRO NDR60 Digital Upgrade Kit. Custom OEM style components make up this simple upgrade solution without modifying the existing unit and provide instant, uncompromised access for the Canon CXDI-60 Series digital flat panel detector.

Ideal for NICU and pediatrics, a Canon CXDI-60C flat panel detector provides greater flexibility, versatility and patient care beyond traditional means. The crystals in the cesium iodide (CsI) scintillator allow for optimal light channeling properties for effective X-ray absorption and highsignal-to-noise performance, which means less X-ray dosage to the patient. Featuring a lightweight (5.5 lbs) design and 9 by 11 inch image area the CXDI-60C combined with the NDR60 upgrade kit assembles an irresistible choice in one clever package.

Paired with a digital mobile X-ray system (i.e. RadPRO 40kW, DP4/4+, SP4/4+), the NDR60 delivers a complete DR solution by allowing technologists to consistently capture high-quality digital images, perform necessary procedures, minimize patient disturbances and eliminate the urgency of moving critically ill infants from bed to bed.

Developed by Virtual Imaging Inc., a Canon U.S.A. company, the RadPRO NDR60 digital upgrade kit will be showcased at the Radiological Society of North American (RSNA) in McCormick Place, Chicago, Nov. 29 – Dec. 3, 2009.

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