Technology | Digital Radiography (DR) | October 20, 2016

Swissray ddRCruze Offers Fully Motorized, Mobile DR

The ddRCruze is Swissray’s answer to portable imaging flexibility. Compact, fully motorized and mobile this DR system can be easily operated with one hand. Bedside or any other area of the hospital, it delivers superb image quality, seamlessly connects to hospital networks and delivers maximum workflow efficiency. We asked technologists to help us design the perfect mobile system.  With their feedback we developed a system with features to make the work day “Cruze“ by.

For more information: www.swissray.com

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