Quantum Medical Imaging (Booth 3668) is unveiling its next-generation of radiographic systems, Q-Rad Digital. The Q-Rad Digital systems are ideal for use within the busy radiology departments, orthopedic facilities and urgent care clinics by delivering both high-quality imaging and flexibility in accommodating all types of imaging exam needs. Q-Rad Digital is expanding options and compatibility for CR and DR digital imaging solutions and technology, including fixed detectors and portable wired and/or wireless detectors.
The Q-Rad Digital systems provide precision and reliability through “Smart-System Design” technology. Innovations such as TechVision, large patient weight capacity, Fail Safe electromagnetic braking systems, along with Easy Glide hand controls are some of the features offered.
Quantum also is releasing the QR-LCH - Rolling Lateral Cassette Holder, designed to accommodate Canon, Trixell and Varian portable DR Panels, as well as CR and film cassettes. The cassette holder works with imaging plates of up to 14 x 17 inches. The company also is introducing a complete series of CR cassette holders designed for long leg and scoliosis examinations. They come in two configurations, first using two CR cassettes for scoliosis examinations and the second using three CR cassettes for scoliosis and long leg studies. Both provide exact positioning and overlap of the CR cassettes resulting in stitched images in a single exposure without motion and with reduced exposure. The cassette holders operate with Quantum-Agfa CR systems, using Agfa FLFS CR cassettes and Agfa FLFS stitching software.
Quantum also is highlighting, through its partnership with Agfa HealthCare, the new DiRex-SP Radiographic System—a digital imaging solution offering full flexibility for all patient imaging at half the cost of traditional DR Systems. Also on display is the QV-9000 Digital Universal Radiographic System, which offers a one-button automated positioning feature. Once the exam is selected either from the modality worklist or directly from the DR menu, the QV-9000 automatically moves itself into the position required to complete the examination.