Technology | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 27, 2016

Virtual Imaging Announces New RadPro Mobile 40kW Flex Plus Digital X-ray System

New mobile DR system features telescoping column, Enhanced Workflow Package for customized, streamlined workflows

Virtual Imaging, Canon, RadPro Mobile 40kW Flex Plus, digital X-ray system

July 27, 2016 — Virtual Imaging, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A. Inc., announced the new RadPRO  Mobile 40kW Flex Plus Digital X-ray System. Featuring a telescopic column and fast processing times to quickly capture high-quality diagnostic images, this new digital X-ray system includes the Enhanced Workflow Package, a combination of software and hardware, which is intended to help healthcare professionals save time by customizing workflows with existing hospital information systems (HIS)/radiology information systems (RIS) and removing unnecessary steps. The Enhanced Workflow Package also allows users to complete routine imaging tasks from the mobile device, eliminating the need to access healthcare information systems from a dedicated workstation.

The Enhanced Workflow Package allows users to seamlessly switch between image acquisition and third-party HIS/RIS software applications or picture archiving and communication systems (PACS)/quality assurance (QA). Conveniently allowing users to query PACS for prior studies, perform image verification and close patient exams all from the mobile system, the RadPRO Mobile 40kw Flex Plus enables healthcare professionals to perform nearly all routine imaging tasks right from the patient’s bedside.

Offering mobility and power-saving advantages, the system’s small width makes it easy to maneuver in restricted spaces and corridors, while large wheels make mounting small steps easy. Featuring a patented wireless distributed antennae system that increases wireless range 40 percent over single access point systems and lead crystal batteries, designed to retain power longer than acid batteries, this digital X- ray system can improve flexibility and efficiency for nearly any healthcare practitioner. 

The system is compatible with Canon CXDI-701C, 801C and 401C wireless digital flat panel detectors. Its fast processing times allow users to easily capture high-quality diagnostic images for routine diagnosis or challenging trauma, with flexibility in patient positioning and the ability to manage or manipulate images at bedside, making it an excellent mobile alternative for hospitals, clinics and universities.

For more information: www.virtualimaging-fl.com

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