News | Digital Radiography (DR) | May 25, 2021

Alpha Imaging serves 14 states in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Central U.S.

The KA X-ray technology gives doctors a clearer view of a patient's lungs by separating the bone structure (left) and soft tissue (right).

The KA X-ray technology gives doctors a clearer view of a patient's lungs by separating the bone structure (left) and soft tissue (right).


May 25, 2021 - KA Imaging has signed a distribution agreement in the U.S. with Alpha Imaging. Hospitals, medical facilities and practices from 14 states can now acquire the Reveal 35C single exposure, portable, digital dual-​energy subtraction digital radiography (DR) X-ray detector through Alpha Imaging, one of the largest U.S. distributors of medical imaging equipment.

“Our partnership with Alpha is a big step towards KA Imaging’s vision to bring innovative X-ray everywhere," said Robert Moccia, VP of sales for KA Imaging. "Alpha Imaging’s 30+ year track record of providing Imaging equipment to some of the most prestigious healthcare institutions in the U.S. gives KA Imaging the access and credibility to excite the market with our technology and ultimately improve patient care.” 

“The addition of KA Imaging’s Reveal 35C adds yet another advanced imaging technology to our robust portfolio of medical imaging offerings," explained Michael Perrico, CEO of Alpha Imaging. "Single exposure subtracted chest imaging will provide clients with a low dose and cost-effective alternative to traditional dual- energy systems. We are excited to partner with KA Imaging.”

Reveal 35C is the world’s first and only portable dual-energy X-ray detector. The detector provides radiologists with three unobstructed images in a single shot that are free from motion artifacts. Reveal is currently being used in two clinical trials, for detecting both lung cancer and pneumonia (including COVID-19) with great initial success.

Alpha Imaging LLC, headquartered in Ohio, is one of the largest independent sales and service providers of advanced medical imaging equipment in the United States. 

A spin-off from the University of Waterloo, Canada, KA Imaging specializes in developing innovative X-ray imaging technologies and systems, providing solutions to the medical, veterinary, and non-destructive test industrial markets. 

For more information: www.kaimaging.com


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