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Konica Minolta Presents Comprehensive Portfolio of Diagnostic Imaging Solutions at Arab Health 2021

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 24 Jun 2021
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Konica Minolta, Inc. (Tokyo, Japan) presented its comprehensive portfolio of diagnostic imaging solutions at Arab Health 2021, including mobile X-ray systems, sophisticated detectors and CR readers.

At Arab Health 2021, Konica highlighted the highly ergonomically-designed AeroDR X90 X-ray system that uses auto-positioning, auto-tracking and auto-stitching to drive an efficient workflow. By using Konica’s high end digital flat panel detectors and state-of-the-art acquisition software, the X-ray system makes previews available within two seconds. The company also highlighted the AeroDR X60, a high quality, cost effective, compact motorized floor mounted X-ray system, built around its renowned wireless AeroDR flat panel detector family. It features high quality components to minimize maintenance and realize a short installation time. AeroDR X60 provides a comfortable working environment and more efficient workflow for both users and patients. Frequent work steps are automated and daily work efficiency is maximized – which are combined with a continuous high quality level due to sophisticated auto-tracking functions.

Konica also featured the AeroDR X10 mobile X-ray system that enables digital diagnoses to be performed wherever needed. The manually driven mobile X-ray system has all the essential features that allow it to deliver a high performance, even in confined spaces. In addition, Konica showcased the AeroDR X30 mobile X-ray system that enables digital diagnoses wherever the patient is in the hospital or medical facility.

Also featured was the AeroDR HD, Konica’s most sophisticated detector with the highest resolution and sensitivity, enabling the highest image quality and lower radiation doses. The company highlighted the AeroDR NS, a brand new economic DR alternative. The 14 x 17 inches flat panel detector provides supports with a complete DR workflow solution and is compatible with any existing static RAD room and mobile RAD system.

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