23 Mar Upgrade To Reveal 35C: an economic Proposition
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 patient outcomes, additional hospital revenue, cost savings to healthcare systems and reduces exposure to malpractice claims.
KA Imaging has created Reveal™ 35C, the world’s first digital portable dual-energy X-ray detector as a universal upgrade for any analog or digital X-ray detector from any manufacturer.
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UPGRADE TO REVEAL 35c: AN ECONOMIC PROPOSITION
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