Milwaukee Brewers uses Kodak systems to treat injured players

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The Milwaukee Brewers announced plans to install Eastman Kodak Co.'s Health Imaging Group line of digital image capture, distribution and printing technologies at Miller Park stadium in Milwaukee, Wis.

Kodak's DirectView products - the CR 850 (computed radiography), clinical workstation, Web distribution system and 8100 laser imaging system - will be used to generate high-resolution digital x-ray images of injured players to be viewed immediately on a workstation by the team physician. The images can then be transmitted securely to remote physicians and specialists for consultation, Kodak said.

The Kodak imaging equipment will be located in the training room at the stadium and will be available for use by visiting teams as well as the Brewers.