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DMS Imaging Presents First Ever Radiology Table Equipped With On-Board Intelligence

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 29 Jan 2024
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Image: Platinum Néo is the first industry solution equipped with on-board intelligence (Photo courtesy of DMS Imaging)
Image: Platinum Néo is the first industry solution equipped with on-board intelligence (Photo courtesy of DMS Imaging)

DMS Imaging (Occitanie, France) is presenting its range of medical imaging solutions and upcoming innovations at the French pavilion of Arab Health 2024. Its participation in Arab Health represents a strategic opportunity for the company, offering it the opportunity to meet many radiology professionals and develop new partnerships. Its presence at the show will also allow it to expand its distribution network, already made up of more than 140 distributors worldwide. For DMS Imaging, Arab Health is an important meeting point for the Near and Middle East market.

With more than 40 years of experience in imaging, DMS Imaging specializes in the development, designing, and manufacturing of high-performance medical imaging systems, mainly for digital radiology and osteodensitometry. At the 2024 edition of the Arab Health trade show, the company is showcasing its range of solutions in response to the major trends shaping developments in the medical imaging sector. In 2022, DMS Imaging launched a new product: a radiology table called Platinum Néo. Equipped with onboard intelligence, Platinum Néo is the first solution available on the market with such technology. This product is used by world-renowned institutions such as the American Hospital of Paris. During the third quarter of 2023, DMS Imaging launched a white-label evolution of the Platinum Neo, the Xavion, developed specifically for Canon Medical System Europe. The company is highlighting both of these products at Arab Health 2024.

DMS Imaging positions itself as the European leader in the field of osteodensitometry, offering a complete range of cutting-edge equipment. Among its notable innovations, the company is demonstrating the 3D DXA technology, a significant advance in the modeling of bone images. DMS Imaging’s 3D DXA technology represents a major step forward in creating a detailed three-dimensional image of the femur. This innovative approach provides an in-depth view of bone structure, both cortical and trabecular. This results in a more accurate diagnosis, providing healthcare professionals with essential information for appropriate treatment.

As part of Plan Imaging 2027, the company is pursuing its strategy of constant innovation aimed at strengthening its position in the global market. Based on a brand new technology from Carbon Nanon Tube (CNT), DMS Imaging is preparing to launch mobile radiology equipment in 2024, which is a major step forward thanks to its cutting-edge technology. In addition, to support image-guided therapy, the company plans to launch a new-generation operating theatre C-arm at the end of 2025, which will be more ergonomic for both patients and practitioners.

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