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Kodak CR sales boom

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Sales are exceeding expectations for Kodak's DirectView CR long-length imaging system, according to the company's Health Imaging Group. The product, announced last year at the RSNA meeting, provides hospitals and diagnostic imaging centers with digital

Sales are exceeding expectations for Kodak's DirectView CR long-length imaging system, according to the company's Health Imaging Group. The product, announced last year at the RSNA meeting, provides hospitals and diagnostic imaging centers with digital capture of full leg and full spine images. The company's automatic stitching software delivers images of up to 17 x 51 inches (43 x 129 cm), which can be viewed in soft copy or printed onto radiographic film. This imaging system works in combination with Kodak DirectView CR 800 or CR 900 series systems.

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