Showcasing Emerging Technologies for Low-Resource Settings Waterloo, Ont. (September 07, 2021) KA Imaging’s Reveal™ 35C has been included in the World Health Organization’s (WHO) compendium of innovative health technologies for low-resource settings, launched August 31, 2021. This compilation features emerging technologies assessed and found to potentially improve health...

The Discovery In 1895, German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen was studying electron beams when he made an accidental discovery4. He noticed that when he covered a Crookes tube (an early vacuum tube that produces electron beams) with cardboard, a faint glow came from a screen painted with...

KA Imaging Inc. was featured in a report about digital chest radiography and computer-aided detection solution by Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics. The Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) explores the market of radiology equipment and solutions for screening TB1, a disease that is ranked top 10 cause...

March 24 is World Tuberculosis Day. The date is celebrated to raise public awareness of all TB impacts. This disease has serious health, social and economic consequences. Find out more in the infographic below: World Health Organization. (2020). Global Tuberculosis Report. Retrieved 18, 2021 from https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/336069/9789240013131-eng.pdf World...

Click here to fill the form and receive the PDF. UPGRADE TO REVEAL 35C: AN ECONOMIC PROPOSITION Dual energy has been shown to detect more solitary pulmonary nodules, pneumothorax, pneumonia, tuberculosis and coronary calcium than conventional analog or digital chest X-ray. This early detection enables better...

Click here to fill the form and receive the PDF. how dual-energy x-ray can help detect pneumothorax   Dual-energy bone subtraction radiographs yielded the greatest increase in detection, even when used alone. The study reported the positive result in diagnostic performance with a sensitivity and specificity for...