Technology | December 15, 2014

Viztek Introduces 14x17 ViZion + Wireless DR Panel at RSNA

New cost-effective panel further expands Viztek DR line-up to meet the needs of any imaging department

Digital Radiography Systems, RSNA 2014, X-Ray Systems

Image courtesy of Viztek

December 15, 2014 — Viztek announced commercial availability of the ViZion + Wireless DR panel, which was shown for the first time at RSNA 2014. The easy-to-install ViZion + Wireless panel delivers a cost-effective option for all environments including hospitals, imaging centers and mobile imaging units.

The 14x17-inch ViZion + Wireless panel is available for both new imaging environments as well as to retrofit existing rooms. With its ISO 4090 cassette size, the ViZion + Wireless panel is designed to fit into any standard Bucky. The integration into existing X-ray rooms allows for the panel to improve workflow and benefit productivity.

Features include:

· Advanced GOS technology. The wireless DR panel uses the latest generation gadolinium technology.

· Unparalleled durability. Considering the frequent and fast-paced handling of wireless panels, the ViZion + Wireless DR panel was developed with durability to better sustain falls and water exposure than most panels.

· Drop reporting system. To ensure proper, careful handling and accountability from DR panel users, an integrated reporting system emails administrators when it has been dropped – including details of the height and time of the fall.

The new panel can be paired with both the ViZion and Ultra Acquire workstation software.  Both offer features for image capture, manipulation and sending to radiologists for interpretation. The Viztek ViZion + Wireless DR panel is equipped with a built-in router to enable wireless connectivity, eliminating the need for outside routers to allow Wi-Fi accessibility.

For more information: www.viztek.net

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