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We have already passed 150 days of remote work and will continue until further notice. Our team has done an incredible job, being productive even in these uncertain times. Health is our top priority. If you can, stay home! We are in this together. A very special...

Canadian manufacturer is getting ready to launch Reveal™, the only portable dual-energy X-ray detector on the market   [caption id="attachment_10050" align="alignleft" width="300"] Reveal™ flat panel detector[/caption] WATERLOO, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)- For the first time, practitioners will be able to leverage dual-energy X-ray technology in a portable system. Canadian manufacturer...

Click here to fill the form and receive the PDF. Reveal 35C: Frequently Asked Questions Technology OverviewWhat is dual-energy subtraction (DES) X-ray, the different types of technology to obtain DES, limitations and advantages. Real CasesLearn more about different clinical applications.Clinical Trials 1. What is dual-energy X-ray?Professor Karim S...

Canadian manufacturer KA Imaging is seeking clinical and government partners for trials With numbers still climbing, the novel Coronavirus has reached more than 2 million confirmed cases worldwide. As the number of infections gets higher, experts from different fields are trying to find ways to help...

inCiTe™ is a world-first phase-contrast benchtop micro-CT. Using KA Imaging patented technology, this X-ray microscope excels at imaging materials that have poor X-ray absorption, such as biomaterials, polymer composites and other low-density samples. inCiTe is also the first commercial micro-CT to utilize BrillianSe™, the highest...

UPDATE April 04 2020: The office is still closed. Work and meetings will continue online until further notice.  == Office will be closed until the end of March; period can be extended In response to the emergence in Ontario of COVID-19, all KA Imaging employees are working from home...

As the number of infections gets higher, experts from different fields are trying to find ways to help stop the disease from spreading [caption id="attachment_9814" align="alignright" width="294"] Karim S. Karim, CTO at KA Imaging[/caption] The latest situation report from WHO points to more than 105,000 confirmed cases...