While lowering patient dose, the DRX-L Detector enables the acquisition of long-length pictures with a single exposure, expediting workflow and reducing exam time. Fewer retakes increasing patient comfort levels Eclipse image processing is used to give exceptional image quality with consistent presentation.
It eliminates the need for manual picture adjustment due to patient movement by providing a single, cohesive image.It increases the assurance level in treatment planning and allows for more precise measurements.
The Global single exposure long-length DR detector market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Carestream Introduces New Long-Length Digital Radiography Detector, the DRX-L. For leg-length and spine exams, the CARESTREAM DRX-L Detector offers a wide field of view and high quality to record long-length images.
Whether imaging the spine, doing a scoliosis check, or performing a hip-to-heel exam, the DRX-L Detector captures the complete long-length picture dimensions in a single shot and a single exposure.
To image the entire spine using typical multi-shot digital radiography and numerous detectors, the technologist must take different shots. That requires more preparation time and exam time.
Patients with limited movement or a young patient with scoliosis who finds it difficult to remain still may find this problematic. Even 15 seconds of taking numerous diagnostic photos can seem like an hour for a patient who finds it difficult to remain still or for any patient who is uneasy and in discomfort.
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