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Konica Minolta Introduces New AeroDR NS Flat Panel Detector at Arab Health 2020

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 30 Dec 2019
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Image: AeroDR (Photo courtesy of Konica Minolta, Inc.)
Image: AeroDR (Photo courtesy of Konica Minolta, Inc.)
Konica Minolta, Inc. (Tokyo, Japan) displayed its latest innovations at Arab Health 2020 in Dubai, UAE. The company introduced its brand new Flat Panel Detector, AeroDR NS combined with the all-in-one solution ImagePilot console. This economically attractive detector is an excellent alternative for analog or CR users looking to speed up their diagnostics. Konica Minolta also displayed its portable point-of-care ultrasound systems Sonimage HS1 and Sonimage MX1 at the event. Additionally, the company demonstrated its X-ray devices during the show, including the AeroDR X30 motorized mobile DR and AeroDR X10 manual mobile DR. Konica Minolta introduced another first-of-a-kind EXA Platform, a powerful cloud-based healthcare IT solution.

The AeroDR NS is Konica Minolta’s brand new economic DR alternative. The 14 x 17 inches Flat Panel Detector supports users with a complete DR workflow solution and is compatible with any existing static RAD room and mobile RAD system. Its ImagePilot software provides Registration + Acquisition + Viewer + Measurements + mini-PACS functionality for daily workflow, making it a true all-in-one solution!

Konica Minolta’s SONIMAGE HS1 portable point-of-care ultrasound system provides best-in-class image quality with the ease-of-use and workflow efficiency. From the bedside to the procedure room, SONIMAGE HS1 delivers high-end ultrasound system imaging capabilities in a portable, hand-carried design. Similarly, the SONIMAGE MX1 is a point-of-care ultrasound system that delivers advanced technologies to ensure excellent image quality and efficient workflow with exceptional value.

Among the X-ray devices demonstrated by Konica during the show were the AeroDR X30 motorized mobile DR which is specifically designed to carry out bedside exams as easy and straightforward as possible; and the AeroDR X10 manual mobile DR, a compact system with a smart and space saving design that enables digital diagnoses to be performed wherever needed.

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