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Easy digital upgrade for existing X-ray systems in military hospitals

Upgrade your existing stationary X-ray unit now! Our Medici DR systems are available for nearly every X-ray unit manufactured. After choosing the appropriate make and size of tethered flat panel detector, the system can be configured according to your needs. The dicomPACS®DX-R image acquisition software is easy to operate, has a touchscreen interface, improves workflow, and produces outstanding X-ray images.

Digital X-ray imaging is an asset for many military applications. Work routines become more efficient. Digital data transfer, storage and visualization reduce processing time significantly. X-ray images no longer need to be developed and stored. X-ray films and processing solutions are a thing of the past.  Second opinion consultations can take place quickly via cloud services. 

Naturally, Medici DR systems can be integrated with your practice management software and programmed to transfer X-ray images to an image management system (PACS). 

Should you lack access to a PACS server but still require images to be distributed (e.g., within your field hospital or to colleagues/patients via internet), our dicomPACS® image processing system also offers file sharing.

 

 

Benefits of a digital upgrade with Medici DR systems

Choose the optimal configuration for your X-ray system

A large selection of X-ray detectors in various sizes and from diverse manufacturers

Improve your diagnosis

Excellent image quality with automatic image processing, no need for manual corrections

Reduce operating costs, be environmentally friendly

No processing chemicals necessary 

Save time and space

Digital image transfer and archiving 

Second opinions in a flash

Well-designed image management, for example via a cloud solution

No need to access X-ray unit

Auto Exposure Detection (AED) means you no longer have to access the x-ray unit or make manual adjustments to the system. Just as easy to install as a CR system.

Acquisition and diagnostic software for X-ray images

DXR human

At the heart of each Medici system is the dicomPACS®DX-R acquisition and diagnostic software with the integrated X-ray positioning guide developed by OR Technology. 

The software controls X-ray generators and X-ray units of various manufacturers, providing a smooth and structured workflow. A simple and user friendly GUI (graphical user interface), operated by touchscreen or mouse, completes the system.

The professional dicomPACS®DX-R image processing can be adapted to individual user needs and offers outstanding image quality in human and veterinary medicine. It has been specially developed to enable organ specific viewing quality optimisation, guaranteeing the highest quality of X-ray images.



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  • Product brochure Medici human - DR flat panel upgrade kit
    DR flat panel upgrade kit for existing X-ray system for operation without cassettes in human medicine

  • Product information flat panel PerkinElmer 3543, wireless
    Excellent image quality, pixel resolution of over 100µm, fits into a conventional cassette Bucky tray so that X-ray systems don't have to be modified, active area of 14”x17” (35x43cm)

  • Product information flat panel PerkinElmer 4343F, tethered
    The flat panel offers a pixel resolution of 100μm (up to 5lp/mm – 14“x17“) and fits into a conventional Bucky wall stand or table, just like a film-screen cassette, active area of 17"x17" (43x43cm)

  • Product information flat panel detector XenOR 35CW, wireless
    Compact flat panel detector in cassette size developed for mobile and stationary radiography, weighing only 3.7kg and offering an active area of 14”x17” (35x43cm) and providing the freedom of wireless operation

  • Product information flat panel detector XenOR 43CL, tethered
    Various fields of application for digital radiography due to Auto Exposure Detection (AED), low weight and cassette-sized, active area 17"x17" (43x43cm)

  • Product information flat panel detector XenOR 35CL, tethered
    The robust flat panel detector was developed for a large variety of uses in digital radiography, for instance as an upgrade to existing X-ray systems, active area 35x43cm (14 x17")

  • Brochure Digital X-ray for mobile and inpatient medical facilities
    Portfolio for military emergency medical services: Mobile digital all-in-one system for your medical faciIity or field hospital, portable digital systems as an upgrade kit for already existing mobile or stationary X-ray equipment, stationary digital X-ray complete system

The system includes the following components:

•    X-ray detector (built-in or portable)
•    Image acquisition software dicomPACS®DX-R
•    Control panel with touchscreen

  • Reference Orthopaedic Practice Dr. Torsten Jäschke in Bad Doberan, Germany
    Living in Rostock, we have known of OR Technology for a while. We also received some information on their product range through the orthopaedic and emergency surgeons' association BVOU. The decision to upgrade our existing stationary X-ray unit with a wireless X-ray detector was a quick one. Thanks to OR Technology's professional advice the installation and introduction of the unit in the practice went smoothly.

Optional add-ons

PACS MobileView


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®MobileView the web-based viewer for mobile devices
The web-based viewer contains all the basic functions for viewing images. You can view images virtually with any browser on mobile devices. dicomPACS®MobileView offers doctors and nursing staff a previously unknown degree of mobile freedom in the workplace inside and outside of hospitals or practices, with the radiological image material available from anywhere.

PACS Software

dicomPACS® the sophisticated and high-tech image management solution  
With dicomPACS® all images generated by digital X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound devices, as well as diverse documents (e.g. doctor's letters, medical findings, medical history, faxes) are stored in a digital patient folder and readily accessible.

 

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