Canon presents its digital radiography solutions

Canon and Virtual Imaging demonstrate productivity-enhancing, high-quality digital radiography solutions at AHRA 2015


The company will also be displaying RadPRO DR overhead radiology room and mobile solutions

Canon USA and Virtual Imaging has announced that they will showcase their lineup of digital radiography (DR) solutions, including the RadPRO2 radiology solutions at the 2015 American Healthcare Radiology Administrators Exposition (AHRA) at the Sands Expo Convention Center in Las Vegas (Booth # 619), July 20 - 22, 2015.

Canon and Virtual Imaging present a variety of digital radiography solutions designed to provide healthcare professionals cost-effective, productivity-enhancing solutions.

In addition to exhibiting the newest RadPRO radiology solutions, Canon USA will acknowledge another major milestone, as its parent company, Canon Inc., has reached 30,000 global sales of digital radiology (DR) detectors.

"Canon and Virtual Imaging are focused on providing innovative solutions that meet the individual needs of our customers and can help accelerate exams. We look forward to demonstrating at this year's AHRA how our high-quality imaging solutions are cost-effective and can be used to help maintain effective workflows," said Mr Tsuneo Imai, vice-president and general manager, Healthcare Solutions Division, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon and president, Virtual Imaging.

Attendees will learn how Canon DR capabilities can be shared among rooms with the RadPRO DELINIA 200 Digital X-ray Acquisition Cart, which transports the Canon detectors featuring auto-detection mode. The detectors work with existing installed X-ray generators or mobile system generators. The DELINIA cart, which was designed to help increase productivity, comes equipped with a choice of Canon CXDI-701C/801C/401C Wireless Detectors designed to deliver high-resolution imaging with a low X-ray dose.


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