News | Digital Radiography (DR) | April 12, 2017

JPI Healthcare Solutions Installs CareRay X-Vue DR System at Ortho Northwest

System offers automatic exposure detection and CsI scintillator technology for high-quality images at lower doses

JPI Healthcare Solutions Installs CareRay X-Vue DR System at Ortho Northwest

April 12, 2017 — JPI Healthcare has completed the installation of a CareRay dual panel X-Vue digital radiography (DR) system at Ortho Northwest in Oregon. The sale and installation was facilitated by Pacific Northwest X-Ray of Gresham, Ore., a JPI Healthcare dealer.

Ortho Northwest provides patients throughout the Tigard area of northwest Oregon with the most advanced, accessible, and comprehensive orthopedic care under one roof, according to the company. 

The Dual panel X-Vue DR Solution at Ortho Northwest features wireless and tethered Careray digital detectors powered by JPI Healthcare ExamVue Software. The CareRay detectors employ automatic exposure detection (AED) and the cesium iodide (CsI) scintillator technology provides lower dose imaging and high image quality for improved patient care. 

For more information: www.jpihealthcare.com

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