Technology | Digital Radiography (DR) | November 16, 2016

JPI Healthcare Solutions Introduces X-Vue DR Solutions

Cassette-sized cesium DR detectors offer easy-to-install retrofit solution

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November 16, 2016 — JPI Healthcare announced the release of X-Vue DR Solutions, a family of digital radiography (DR) product offerings. The new detectors employ Cesium technology and are a cost-effective, retrofit DR solution for use in medical and veterinary applications. 

Cassette-sized and featuring Automatic Exposure Detection (AED) allows for easy installation without the need to connect to a generator interface cable. The detectors fit into any standard bucky for fast and easy use. X-Vue DR Solutions are powered by JPI ExamVue acquisition software, which offers features for image capture, processing and transmission to physicians for interpretation. User-friendly tools such as DICOM Modality Worklist, Procedure Code Mapping, CD/DVD with embedded viewer, Stitching and Repeat-Reject with Statistics are standard features included with the packages. 

For more information: www.jpihealthcare.com

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