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StingRay DR gears up for production

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The final piece of Infimed’s digital puzzle is in place. StingRay DR (digital radiography), a flat-panel digital retrofit for radiographic rooms, is in production. StingRay DR provides connectivity to existing or future PACS, enabling digital

The final piece of Infimed’s digital puzzle is in place. StingRay DR (digital radiography), a flat-panel digital retrofit for radiographic rooms, is in production. StingRay DR provides connectivity to existing or future PACS, enabling digital capture, storage, and transfer of radiographic images. With its universal bucky replacement system, StingRay DR can be used to upgrade all industry-standard radiographic equipment. The product uses the Trixell Pixium 4600 flat-panel detector with a customized, high-speed imaging system compatible with PACS networks that delivers high-resolution images in less than 10 seconds.

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