The 42nd WSAVA (World Small Animal Veterinary Association) congress will take place from 25-28 September 2017 in Copenhagen.
For the first time, our Senior Sales Manager Jan Oekler will be on site and present the product portfolio of Oehm und Rehbein GmbH.
The portfolio for veterinary medicine ranges from DR retrofits for existing X-ray systems, CR systems and complete X-ray systems to mobile DR detector suitcase solution for equine practitioners.
We would like to invite you to the OR Technology booth in the Bella Center, Hall A/52 and look forward to welcoming you in Copenhagen.
The heart of the Amadeo C-DR is the ceiling mount. Its flexible rail solutions and its customisable preferred positions allow the variable positioning of wall mounts and Bucky tables for a wide range of needs.
The Amadeo C-DR is available in a number of versions. There is an X-ray system with two 17"x17" detectors integrated in the wall stand and patient table, or alternatively with a 17"x17" detector integrated in the wall stand and a wireless 14"x17" mobile panel used in the table. A version with three detectors is also available on request.
You can find all important information about the ceiling mounted X-ray system on our website www.or-technology.com , under Products: Amadeo X-ray systems, stationary. The product brochure "Digital radiography with the ceiling mounted X-ray system Amadeo C" can be found online as well.
The ECR (European Congress of Radiology) takes place in Vienna from 2–6 March 2017.
We will present our product portfolio and innovations for digital X-ray. Visit us at our booth X2/11 and learn more about our mobile and portable X-ray devices and the innovative use of our DICOM cloud ORCA® (OR Technology Cloud Archiving).
We are looking forward to seeing you in Vienna.
Yours OR Technology
In September 2016, the ship‘s hospital of the MS Midnatsol was equipped with a portable, digital Leonardo DR mini X-ray system and a Amadeo P X-ray unit.
Christened in 2003, the Midnatsol belongs to the Norwegian transport company Hurtigruten ASA. For many years the ship operated as a ferry and cruise vessel, carrying up to 1000 passengers along Norway’s coast. In the fall of 2016, the Midnatsol began sailing polar and sub-polar waters on expedition cruises.
When accidents occur at sea, immediate medical diagnosis is essential. By having a portable, digital Leonardo DR mini X-ray system on board, Hurtigrouten ASA guarantees both passengers and crew the best possible radiological testing.
The compact DR X-ray system quickly produces high-quality images that can be shared with trusted experts on land. The system allows the ship‘s medical staff to make accurate diagnoses and decide on treatments in emergency situations.