RADSpeed Pro Style Addition FMT
Designed to exacting specifications, the RADspeed System MF delivers high-performance, high-quality, and cost-effective operation in a superior general radiographic system.
Designed to withstand high-volume throughput in hospital radiology departments, medical imaging centers, and large orthopedic facilities with the need to perform a broad range of radiographic studies.
Movement identification buttons provide accuracy when setting up views. It has longitudinal and vertical movements, as well as a 180° rotating tube column enabling positioning for cross-table lateral exams.
Exams are simplified when the operator can confirm the patient’s information on the tube-mounted or remote console. After exposure, the image is captured and displayed for on-screen review within three seconds.
The AMRAD Medical SRS Pocket is a small room solution that eases the challenge of not enough space. Designed to be compact, but yet functional, table and upright exams are no match for the Pocket.
Designed for high volume throughput for hospitals, orthopedics and medical imaging facilities. The DFMT Elite can perform a broad range of exams while optimizing technologist productivity and patient workflow.
A floor-mounted DR solution that allows you to choose your own digital path at your own pace and that answers the need to deliver higher throughput with a lower cost per examination, all while providing excellent image quality.
The Paxis 200 is one of the most versatile X-Ray positionings stands on the market. All positions can be done manually or called up automatically making it a technician’s dream machine.
A unique free-standing design, and it provides a compact installation footprint. It can be positioned anywhere in the examination room, giving you maximum flexibility when designing a new X-Ray room, or when retrofitting a current exam room.
Quick, easy stand positioning along with motorized source-image-distance (SID) adjustment enables a wide spectrum of upright imaging of the chest, abdomen and other skeletal exams as well as supine imaging of patients on the optional mobile table including various oblique techniques.