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Swissray files 510(k) for Add-On Bucky

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X-ray vendor Swissray International of Hitzkirch, Switzerland,has filed a 510(k) application with the Food and Drug Administrationfor its Add-On Bucky product, which uses charge-coupled device(CCD) technology to digitize x-rays. Swissray debuted the

X-ray vendor Swissray International of Hitzkirch, Switzerland,has filed a 510(k) application with the Food and Drug Administrationfor its Add-On Bucky product, which uses charge-coupled device(CCD) technology to digitize x-rays. Swissray debuted the deviceat the 1995 Radiological Society of North America meeting as aretrofit to existing x-ray systems (SCAN 12/13/95).

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