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Lumisys CR unit gets FDA nod

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Film digitizer and PACS developer Lumisys received 510(k) clearance in May for ACR 2000, the company's new low-cost computed radiography reader (SCAN 5/13/98). The Sunnyvale, CA, company is currently field-testing the unit and plans to begin

Film digitizer and PACS developer Lumisys received 510(k) clearance in May for ACR 2000, the company's new low-cost computed radiography reader (SCAN 5/13/98). The Sunnyvale, CA, company is currently field-testing the unit and plans to begin showing it to OEM clients later this year, according to Lumisys president Philip Berman. Lumisys is planning a formal introduction of ACR 2000 at this year's Radiological Society of North America meeting, Berman said.

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