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

Swissray Receives FDA Approval for ddRAura FMTS Digital X-ray System

Versatile system offers easy positioning and high flexibility with minimum room requirements

Swissray, ddRAura FMTS digital X-ray system, RSNA 2016

October 20, 2016 — Earlier this year, Swissray announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for the ddRAura FMTS digital X-ray system, what the company calls an affordable and multifunctional direct digital X-ray system.

The ddRAura FMTS includes a manually positioned floor mounted tube stand and vertical wall bucky stand and four-way floating patient table (optionally six-way elevating). Designed for easy positioning with high flexibility and minimum room requirements, the system can perform a wide range of general and specialized radiographic imaging. Its powerful generator, X-ray tube and collimator and the high-quality flat-panel technology are optimized to deliver excellent and consistent image quality.

The system also features an advanced 23-inch multi-language acquisition console supporting a range of detector configurations and sizes, providing maximum imaging flexibility. An integrated 9.7-inch tube-mounted touch screen controls all aspects of the work process, including view control of the generator, system position, patient procedure list selection and image preview at the patient’s side.

This solution is ideal for hospitals and clinics, busy imaging centers, orthopedic offices, private practices and urgent care. This Swissray DR system offer full positioning functionality, ease of use and the highest degree of image quality for enhanced patient care.

For more information: www.swissray.com

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