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In a sport where the athletes running for glory are often separated by tenths of a second, every advantage counts. Optimal health must peak at precise times, and those tasked with the care of these delicate contestants must leverage every resource available to be competitive.  Bowed tendons, splints, sesamoid, knee and condylar...

Why are bubbles a problem? When manufacturing parts, there is always a chance of pores or holes forming within them during the process. Voids can affect the quality of goods being manufactured, and this is a big concern. In die casting, for example, air can be trapped...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWATERLOO, ON– July 20, 2021 – KA Imaging has been awarded a group purchasing agreement for a Technology Breakthrough with Premier Inc. Effective July 1, 2021, the new agreement allows Premier members, at their discretion, to take advantage of special pricing and terms pre-negotiated by Premier for Reveal™ 35C, in the product category...

Watch now, as medical imaging technologists Sandeep Ronghe and Mary May discuss using Reveal 35C for medical imaging. They are very excited about the benefits for a hospital’s ICU population, including those currently suffering from COVID-19 and/or pneumonia, due to the mobility of the unit. The image...

1. Images can help diagnose disease Early diagnosis is known to save lives, and having high-quality images taken at the first sign of a problem can make a huge difference. An average of eight people a day are diagnosed with cancer in Ontario alone, and doctors rely on tests to recommend...

Excerpts from an interview with Amol Karnick and Dr. Karim S. Karim  Although KA Imaging’s inclusive workplace may not have been created through purposeful policies, multiculturalism is celebrated, and diversity is valued. This may be due to the backgrounds and experiences of the founders themselves. In conversation with CEO and President...

Introducing InCiTe™ micro-CT and BrillianSe™ X-ray Camera to Asian markets    Waterloo, Ont. (June 28, 2021) – KA Imaging has announced an international distribution agreement with Beijing-based Top-Unistar Science and Technology Co., LTD, China for patented technologies aimed at the scientific field: the BrillianSe™ X-ray camera, and the inCiTe™ phase-contrast benchtop micro-CT system.   BrillianSe™ is an X-ray camera that uses a patented amorphous selenium (a-Se) sensor. BrillianSe™...

The Significance of Diversity Recently, in celebration of Canadian Multiculturalism Day observed on June 27, KA Imaging anonymously surveyed employees about their heritage and what Canadian Multiculturalism meant to them. The results were astounding! 15/28 participants responded that they had immigrated to Canada from another country, and two identified having parents born elsewhere. These countries include,...

Amorphous Selenium/CMOS Technology Can Address the Shortfalls of Other Detectors  Waterloo, Ont. (June 24, 2021)  Dr. Christopher C. Scott published a new paper to the Journal of Synchrotron Radiation titled “High-energy Micrometre-scale Pixel Direct Conversion X-ray Detector,” which is available to subscribers now.   The abstract explains that the objective of...