Technology | April 02, 2008

Imaging Workstations Designed with Unlimited Customized Solutions

RedRick Technologies will be featuring its new CVF and CV 2, 4 or 6 workstations, designed allow for an unlimited range of customized solutions, from basic PACS configurations to complex combinations of digital and analog image viewing systems, while reportedly maintaining optimum workflow. All ComfortView workstations are height adjustable with a sturdy based design and an impressive lifting capacity, said the company.

The CVM Monitorized Monitor Mounting Solution is designed for maximum adjustability to ensure comfort for the radiologist. The CV Ambient Lighting Solution is designed to reduce eye fatigue while increasing visual acuity. The light system is available in blue or white light.

The CV 2, 3 or 6 workstations have adjustable heights from 24-50 inches, and are available in laminate or antimicrobial finishes.

April 2008

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