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Konica Minolta Presents Mobile Innovations at ECR

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 27 Feb 2019
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Image: The AeroDR X10 mobile x-ray system (Photo courtesy of Konica Minolta).
Image: The AeroDR X10 mobile x-ray system (Photo courtesy of Konica Minolta).
Konica Minolta (Tokyo, Japan) presented its latest innovations in mobile diagnostics at the 2019 edition of the European Congress of Radiology, which took place from February 27 to March 3 in Vienna, Austria.

At ECR 2019, Konica Minolta launched its new AeroDR X10, a manually driven digital mobile X-ray system that is equipped with all essential features and offers a high performance even in confined spaces. The AeroDR X10 features AeroDR detectors, which are among the lightest in their class, making it easy to position the detectors for bedside exams. The detectors can easily be used in the emergency room, as they are waterproof and are protected from liquids and body fluids.

Additionally, at the 2019 edition of the ECR, Konica Minolta launched the SONIMAGE MX1 portable diagnostic ultrasound system in Europe. The SONIMAGE MX1 incorporates new Dual Sonic technology, which enables it to deliver higher-quality imaging despite its lightweight and compact body. It enables physicians to make a confident diagnosis, provide therapeutic needle guidance, and monitor rehabilitation, and can be used in outpatient point-of-care services, offices and any remote setting.



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