News | November 06, 2008

Viztek to Roll Out New Portable DR at RSNA

November 5, 2008 - Viztek is introducing at RSNA 2008 a portable, digital radiography (DR) detector that enhances workflow and supports uniquely flexible positioning for a full range of exams.

The 14x17-in. portable DR unit integrates with most existing wall stands and table buckys without modification, while an affordable tool to enhance any radiology practice.

It reportedly delivers high quality images in as few as five seconds. The Viztek DR panel is enclosed in a durable, lightweight shock- and water-resistant casing that weighs only 8.6lbs. Viztek’s latest DR technology has the highest lp/mm at 3.6 with a 100 percent fill factor, supporting efficient collection of light and imaging from multiple exams. Additionally, the DR features a 14-bit a/d conversion for superb image quality.

Working with standard grids, the portable Viztek DR detector offers extremely flexible positioning and is capable of upright, tabletop and numerous special views. The detector, paired with Viztek’s enterprise-level Opal PACS, is an ideal, versatile solution for a full range of practices and medical specialties, including general imaging practices, imaging centers and orthopedic specialties. The combined DR and Opal PACS solution is designed to optimize workflow and firmly positions Viztek as the provider for complete radiology solutions.

The new DR detector will begin shipping in the first quarter of 2009.

For more informaton: www.viztek.com

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