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Biospace med converts Virginia orthopedists

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The developer of an ultra-low dose radiography system, Biospace med, has installed its 'EOS' x-ray imager at an orthopedic surgery practice in Virginia.

The developer of an ultra-low dose radiography system, Biospace med, has installed its 'EOS' x-ray imager at an orthopedic surgery practice in Virginia. With the installation, Spinal Surgery Associates became the first healthcare facility in the state to offer the technology, which captures head-to-toe images of patients in a standing, weight-bearing position at only a tenth the dose of conventional radiography and up to 1000 times less than CT, according to the company.

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