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InfiMed StingRay Excel tackles productivity

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InfiMed, developer of digital medical imaging products, is introducing the latest addition to its digital radiography product line during the RSNA meeting: the StingRay Excel.

InfiMed, developer of digital medical imaging products, is introducing the latest addition to its digital radiography product line during the RSNA meeting: the StingRay Excel.

Building upon the image processing core and flat-panel detector technology of the StingRay DR system, the Excel boasts a new set of image processing features to optimize image quality and productivity, additional orthopedic features, and true-size printing, according to Amy Supparits, national sales manager for InfiMed.

The system was designed as an upgrade to existing rooms or as an integrated full-room OEM solution. Its software has the flexibility to accommodate a wide range of detectors, including static and dynamic flat panels, making the Excel unusual from an OEM perspective.

Standard features include:

  • ImageEnhance image processing, which optimizes images immediately upon acquisition

  • ImageStitch orthopedic stitching, which combines two images into one

  • integrated generator interfaces with preprogrammed technique settings to streamline exam time

  • full DICOM feature set, including store, print, and query/retrieve

  • edge enhancement for separate optimized enhancement of bone or soft tissue

  • exam-specific processing, allowing each exam to be customized to the specifications of the site

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