News | April 29, 2009

Wireless Portable Detector from Philips Available in U.S.

April 29, 2009 - The Philips wireless portable detector is now available in the U.S. The solution is designed to give radiologists the flexibility to freely move about in the DR room, which is particularly useful for capturing images of patients with limited mobility, who can now undergo X-ray examinations from their bed or wheelchair.

The solution is engineered to make DR rooms even more flexible and efficient., and it is suitable for imaging trauma and orthopedic patients. As an additional detector for Philips DigitalDiagnost stationary single and dual detector configurations, it enhances workflow and increases efficiency. Its cable-free design helps healthcare providers to meet high hygiene standards and allows for convenient handling. With completely integrated solutions from Philips it is even possible to alternate between a wireless portable detector and CR cassettes.

Using the intuitive Eleva user interface and UNIQUE image processing, the portable detector allows fast and smooth DR examinations, enabling images to be quickly processed and displayed.

For more information: www.philips.com/healthcare

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