DX-G

 

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Computed radiography solution for general radiography. For both centralized and decentralized environments, supporting multiple examination rooms. The DX-G supports both needle-based detectors and standard phosphor plates. The needle-based detectors with their higher Detective Quantum Efficiency (DQE) offer a combination of high image quality and the potential for dose reduction for all examinations.

 

 

The five-cassette drop-and-go buffer can handle a mix of different sizes of both needle-based detectors and standard phosphor plates. Each plate has an embedded memory that stores the data entered during identification by no-touch radiofrequency tagging. Identification data and images are linked from the beginning throughout the entire digital processing system

           Key benefits

                   + Excellent image quality, with potential dose reduction
                   + Smoother, more productive workflow, with multi-cassette drop-and-go buffer
                   + For both centralized and decentralized environments
                   + Small, convenient footprint

 

+ Maximum productivity and smooth workflow

The five [5] cassette, drop-and-go buffer and fast preview eliminate waiting times and facilitate a continuous workflow. The drop-and-go buffer can handle a mix of different sizes of both needle-based detectors and standard phosphor plates. The automatic cassette handling makes DX-G highly productive and user-friendly. As a central digitizer in the radiography department, the DX-G can serve multiple rooms. With its small footprint, it can fit into tight spaces, including the X-ray room or even a narrow corridor.

 

+ The right choice

To eliminate any confusion, needle-based detector cassettes are gray, while standard phosphor plate cassettes are orange, to help the user know by sight which cassette to select.

 

+ Embedded patient ID

Each plate has an embedded memory that stores the data entered during identification by no-touch radiofrequency tagging. Identification data and images are linked from the beginning throughout the entire digital processing system.