News | February 27, 2015

MinXray Delivers Portable X-Ray Systems to National Tuberculosis Hospital in Nepal

System will be used on-site and country-wide to help control tuberculosis

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February 27, 2015 — MinXray announced the recent delivery of two CMDR-2S portable digital radiography (DR) systems to the National Tuberculosis Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal.

The Nepal delivery will be used on-site at the hospital as well as deployed country-wide as part of ongoing efforts to control tuberculosis in that country. MinXray’s senior applications specialist, Michael Cairnie, spent three days on the ground in Nepal training end-users on the equipment to ensure full functionality and effective use of the equipment.

For more information: www.minxray.com

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