Technology | November 09, 2006

Swissray’s Multiple DR Technologies Offer All-in-One Applications

Swissray will be showcasing a number of products, including the Automated Positioning System (APS), ALLinONE stand and the AutoStitching function.
APS automates all positioning and image acquisition requirements. Patient data can be transferred directly from the RIS/HIS via DICOM worklist. With its remote control and memory function, the system can be moved quickly and precisely into the desired application. Seconds after exposure, a fully diagnostic image appears on Swissray’s SwissVision workstation for review, storage and follow-up examinations.
The ALLinONE stand facilitates the performance of special DR applications such as scoliosis and long leg studies, as well as weight bearing examinations. In addition, data such as weight and height are automatically collected and transmitted wirelessly to the generator. The eXpert 5000 calculates the perfect X-ray exam technique for that particular patient’s physique.
With AutoStitching, orthopedic studies can be performed with greater speed and precision. This function automatically combines up to four images and allows the viewing of a single image of long bones such as complete spines by a single push of a button.

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