Technology | October 26, 2009

Toshiba Demonstrates Radrex-i Mixed DR

The Radrex-i mixed detector digital radiograph (DR) system, by Toshiba, has a 600-pound weight limit, a 600 kHU X-ray tube and an 80 kW generator. This lets hospitals image a variety of patients, including bariatric. Additionally, the user-friendly controls on the overhead X-ray tube allow access to generator functions at point of care to help improve patient care and productivity.

The Radrex-i mixed detector system utilizes two high-resolution detectors, a 17-inch by 17-inch fixed detector located in the tilting wall stand and a 14-inch by 17-inch removable detector in the table, to provide dual detector performance with portable detector flexibility.

The mixed detector system is engineered to dramatically increase room utilization and overall operational efficiency with a dual detector system that lets you work outside of the bucky. The flexibility of the Radrex-i mixed detector solution also provides hospitals with the ideal configuration for challenges a radiology department may face.

For more information: www.medical.toshiba.com

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