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Vieworks Unveils Latest X-Ray Flat Panel Detectors

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 05 Mar 2023
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Image: The VIVIX-S F series presented at ECR 2023 (Photo courtesy of Vieworks)
Image: The VIVIX-S F series presented at ECR 2023 (Photo courtesy of Vieworks)

Vieworks Co., Ltd. (Anyang, South Korea) is participating in this year's European Congress of Radiology (ECR) where thousands of professionals from the medical imaging and healthcare industry are gathered to attend the international exhibition.

At ECR 2023, Vieworks is showcasing its latest range of products, including its longer and extended flat panel detectors (FPDs) for larger X-ray imaging along with its previous line-ups in four different zones: static FPDs (VIVIX-S V series and VIVIX-S F series), dynamic FPDs employing IGZO panel technology (VIVIX-D series), mammography FPDs (VIVIX-M series), and special-sized FPDs for single-shot larger X-ray imaging.

VIVIX-S V and F series are both Vieworks' next-generation detectors offered in 3 sizes - 25x30cm (VIVIX-S 2530VW/FW), 36x43cm (VIVIX-S 3643VW/FW), and 43x43cm (VIVIX-S 4343VW/FW). VIVIX-S V series presents high definition, fast workflow, and the most durable DR detectors with enhanced cost-efficiency. VIVIX-S F series, employing unbreakable glass-free TFT, brings users a premium experience with 99㎛ pixel pitch resolution and superior usability (lighter weight, long-lasting battery, and diverse battery charging methods).

The highlight of Vieworks booth this year is its new "Single-shot FPD solutions for larger x-ray imaging." Longer and extended version FPDs including VIVIX-S 1751S (17 x 51 inch) are being disclosed exclusively to booth visitors. This new single-shot solution enables users to image full-spine and long bone at a much faster speed and at a lower dose. Vieworks' latest advancements in digital imaging software for each of the applications are another must-see at ECR. The company’s chest X-ray diagnosis support powered by AI brings the market proven VXvue to the next level, while its PureImpact Dynamic is also being displayed at the event along with dynamic imaging detectors.

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