Midmark introduces low-dose TotalView DR
The imaging system uses cesium oxide to optimize patient and employee safety.
Midmark Corp. is promoting its new TotalView DR radiographic system as a low-radiation option for veterinary practices switching from film to digital imaging.
Among other system attributes, according to Dayton, Ohio-based Midmark, are web-based software and cloud storage to enable remote viewing of X-rays and a full-field automatic exposure detection to simplify patient positioning.
TotalView uses cesium oxide (Csl) instead of gadolinium oxysulfide (GOS) for image capture, reducing radiation by 30 to 50 percent, Midmark added.
The system comes with a 14-by-17-inch wired or wireless digital panel, 22-inch flat-panel display, minitower workstation, PACS software, 1 terabyte of data storage, and one year of cloud service with unlimited offsite storage.