With a focus on productivity-enhancing solutions and high-quality imaging, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, will feature its complete lineup of digital radiography (DR) devices at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting on December 1-5, 2013 at McCormick Place in Chicago. In Hall B, Booth #7313, North Building, Canon will highlight a wide array of solutions that offer superb imaging quality, workflow efficiency, and flexibility.
At the show, Canon will introduce the new Canon CXDI-701C Wireless Digital Radiography detector that is designed to help healthcare professionals attain a new level of performance, usability, and reliability. By utilizing technology and solutions that help accelerate exams and maintain productive workflows, practitioners can effectively accomplish more while maintaining quality care. The CXDI-701C Wireless Detector is the first Canon detector to incorporate additional customer-focused features such as enhanced liquid intrusion protection, on-board battery charging, and impact detection. As well, this latest Canon digital detector is light and easy to handle – weighing only 7.3 pounds.
“As the healthcare industry faces greater industry regulation and increased patient demands, we look forward to showcasing cost-effective products and solutions that will help make the difficult task of providing high-quality, affordable care easier and more attainable,” said Tsuneo Imai, senior director and general manager, Healthcare Solutions Division, Canon U.S.A.. and president, Virtual Imaging, Inc. “Our efficient workflow solutions and high-resolution imaging devices will help healthcare providers have an efficient document workflow, which can allow more time to focus on providing patient care.”
CXDI-701C Wireless Digital Radiography DetectorBuilding on the success of its predecessor, the new Canon CXDI-701C Wireless DR system weighs less than eight pounds and incorporates high-quality image sensors that provide high-resolution images at a low dose as a result of a 125 micron pixel pitch. Ideal for various diagnostic imaging areas and radiology rooms, and built for convenience and time savings, the DR panel incorporates an on-board battery charging capability for minimal disruption during operation.