Technology | October 16, 2014

FDA Clears Konica Minolta Wireless Digital Radiography Solution

Konica Minolta's new AeroDR XE receives FDA clearance

October 15, 2014 — Konica Minolta Medical Imaging announced that the new AeroDR XE wireless digital radiography system received FDA clearance. Healthcare providers in the demanding ER/Trauma rooms and ICU/CCU units need simple, reliable and robust primary imaging solutions that deliver the information they need to make important patient care decisions.

Designed to provide high-capacity imaging in extreme “on the go” environments the robust and highly durable AeroDR XE is also ideal for teaching hospitals, portable use and at the bedside. Built to endure the rigors of extreme imaging environments outside the radiology department, the AeroDR XE combines the industry’s most robust wireless DR panel with a simple software interface. The AeroDR XE weights 5.7 lbs. and is the lightest panel on the market.

DQE enables high-resolution images with dose effiency that provides the information clinicians need in fast-paced environments. Additionally, the improved lithium ion capacitor now lasts a full shift or 300 images. Grip strips help technologists handle the panel while new panel drop sensors and monitoring provide ongoing data on panel handling to help reduce repair costs. For more information:

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