Technology | Information Technology | July 07, 2015

Kubtec Announces FDA Approval of Digiview 395 Wireless Flat Panel Detector

Rapid, wireless image acquisition and display among key features

July 7, 2015 - Kubtec released the new 17 x 14-inch Digiview 395 wireless flat panel detector for medical imaging. Lightweight, durable and easy to use, the Digiview 395 incorporates Kubtec's imaging capabilities and rapid image acquisition and display with wireless freedom. Designed for versatility and portability, the detector can be used anywhere medical imaging is required. It features wireless data transmission, giving medical personnel immediate access to critical information for faster interpretation and diagnosis.

The Digiview 395 will make its world debut at the Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) 2015 annual meeting in Las Vegas, July 20 - 22.

The detector meets U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Canadian and international requirements and is available for commercial sale worldwide.

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