News | October 23, 2008

Springfield Clinic Orders Carestream's DR, CR Systems


October. 21, 2008 - Springfield Clinic of Springfield, IL, has ordered two KODAK DIRECTVIEW DR 7500 Systems and two KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR 975/825 Systems for its 6th Street imaging center.

The clinic is outpatient imaging center serving 75 physicians and an on-site clinic that operates 365 days a year. The center performs more than 15,000 X-ray exams annually.

The imaging center's dual-detector DR 7500 will be configured with both a wall stand and a flexible, pedestal table. The upright detector will be positioned behind the table to expedite cross-table lateral exams. The single-detector DR 7500 will be equipped with a mobile table. The CR 975 and CR 825 systems will primarily be used for fluoroscopy and long-length exams. A KODAK DRYVIEW 6800 Laser Imager is also being installed to output general radiography and digital mammography exams onto radiographic film, and a KODAK LS75 Film Digitizer will convert general radiography films into digital format as needed.

For more information; www.carestreamhealth.com

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