Cr navigator digital imaging


Subject: Cr navigator digital imaging
The Navigator requires only minimum computer knowledge for operation. All systems are installed and in-serviced by factory trained personnel and come with unlimited life time toll-free technical support. The NAVIGATOR is ideally suited for both small and large facilities and is compatible with multi-room or mobile application. Intra-oral, upper and lower dental arcade x-ray capability for small and large animal applications is standard.
* Elimination of film processing
* No odors or hazardous waste material
* Faster, almost immediate real time image display
* Decrease of patient x-ray dosage
* Image manipulation for an enhanced diagnosis (zoom, contrast, tilt, color, special filters, archiving, etc.)
* Less expensive to operate (eliminate chemicals, film and processors
* Less time consuming- Little maintenance, no processor cleaning
* Better reliability (consistent & repetitive high quality images)
* Less patient stress, increased image diagnostic information & manipulation with less patient movement
* Capable of transmitting images via email
* Images are stored in the computer for further reference, easy accessibility and transfer
* Archival, long-term storage and retrieval of images
Items included with Digital NAVIGATOR:
* High powered computer desktop or laptop system with cables and accessories
* 21" high contrast standalone LCD monitor provided with desktop system
* Networkable control and scanning VetRay software
* Image processing software allowing image manipulation, storage/transfer
* High-resolution printer with color and grayscale printing
*Technique charts for small and/or large animal
The Navigator is designed to replace all your x-ray films with the highest quality digital images. Digital Radiology eliminates the inconvenience and high costs associated with the use of film technology. The Digital Navigator System uses cassettes in a similar manner to those used in conventional film-screen radiology. These cassettes, however, do not contain film, but an advanced photostimulable phosphor plate. After exposure, the plate is removed from the cassette with out the use of a darkroom, placed in the CR reader, where a laser light stimulates the particles in the plate to luminesce. The light is collected using a light guide and a high resolution photo multiplier tube where it is converted to a digital signal. The image can then be, viewed, enhanced, stored, transferred or printed via a laptop or dedicated computer work station. Once the plate has been scanned it is erased by exposure to a bright white light, which prepares it for reuse.
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