August 12, 2008 - Dilon Technologies today introduced the Dilon 6800 Access, a transportable version of the Dilon 6800 Gamma Camera, designed to meet the needs of customers that want to move the camera between medical centers.
The Dilon 6800 gamma imaging system is optimized for early breast cancer detection. The transportable version will expand the clinical utility of the Dilon 6800, by providing the flexibility of transporting the camera to areas of need that may not have high enough patient volumes to justify a full-time system — such as small community hospitals. The flexibility of the new Dilon 6800 Access reportedly offers a broad range of added value by enhancing diagnostic capabilities, increasing revenue and controlling costs.
Shared Medical Technology (SMT) in Rice Lake, WI is the first center to use the Dilon 6800 Access. SMT has been providing community hospitals and clinics with diagnostic services for over 30 years.
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