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The Time is Now: Make the Switch from CR to DR with Konica Minolta’s Fast Forward Program

The list of reasons medical imaging technologists should switch from CR to DR has long been growing; however, Konica Minolta’s Fast Forward program might be the game changer your customers have been waiting for. But before we dive into the Fast Forward program, let’s first take a look at the main reasons so many imaging businesses are making the transition from CR to DR.

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Top 5 Benefits of Portable X-Ray Machines

The Top 5 Benefits of Portable X-Ray Machines

It’s not always possible for patients to get to a doctor’s office or clinic when they need an x-ray performed. Portable x-ray machine technology provides patients and doctors with a solution to this problem. Mobile, easy-to-use, and safe, the use of portable x-ray machines can come with a number of benefits, including increased quality of care and number of lives saved.

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World Housing Solutions Chooses All Star X-ray in Latest Relief Effort

The recent hurricanes and subsequent devastation of the island of Puerto Rico have left millions without access to healthcare and other basic necessities. All Star X-ray is dedicated to continuing our philanthropic efforts by partnering with Clinics on Wheels to provide those in need with access to portable x-ray services, medical services, and emergency services.

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Technology Spotlight: C-arms

A C-arm is an imaging device based on traditional X-ray technology. Its name is derived from the C-shaped arm that connects the X-ray source to the X-ray detector to make one machine. C-arm technology has advanced considerably within the last decade, making it an even more valuable tool to have in your operating room

Related blog: Is it Time to Replace Your Imaging Equipment?

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Find the Right Specialized Imaging Device for your Clinic

All imaging device are useful, but some devices were created to fulfill specific needs. Take ultrasound devices and c-arm devices, for example. Both devices allow us to “see” inside of the human body, but an ultrasound device requires a skilled ultrasound technician (a sonographer) and emits a high-frequency pulse that’s most useful for imaging soft tissues, while a C-arm device uses X-ray technology that most useful for imaging bones and internal organs, even during operations.

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