Canon Medical Systems demonstrated its full line of digital radiography systems at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) annual meeting last week in Chicago.
The systems include:
- Portable DR Systems such as the Canon CXDI-31 DR system and the full size, portable DR system Canon CXDI-50G DR system – with a lightweight, large imaging area (14-inch x 17-inch) system. The CXDI-31 and CXDI-50G DR systems can be freely positioned, just like traditional screen film cassettes. This makes it especially useful with patients who have limited mobility and for capturing images at angles that are difficult to set with fixed devices. These DR systems also support lateral and axial imaging of limbs, shoulders, the skull, the neck and extremities;
- The Canon CXDI-40EG is a general DR system that can capture 17-inch x 17-inch x-ray images in just seconds. This system was featured in a RadPro wall stand unit at the AAOS show; and
- The Canon DR Image Viewer Software is a fully-scalable system that provides the user with pixel-to-pixel display of individual or multiple high-resolution Canon DR images. Features include software features pan, zoom and measurement tools such as cobb angles. In addition, its optional stitching application makes it ideal for scoliosis and long leg imaging.