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Konica Minolta to showcase new diagnostic imaging portfolio at UCAOA 2016

MDBR Staff Writer Published 28 September 2016

Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas is set to exhibit its new diagnostic imaging equipment line-up at the Urgent Care Association of America's (UCAOA) 2016 event in the US.

The event will take place from 29 September to 1 October in Nashville, Tennessee.

Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas digital radiography vice president Bruce Ashby said: "Most urgent care centers can treat fractures, take X-rays, and conduct lab tests on site.

“They need high-quality and cost-effective diagnostic equipment and Konica Minolta Healthcare offers a wide range of imaging systems, including X-ray and ultrasound, to assist with these needs."

The company will showcase Sonimage HS1, which is a compact ultrasound system with an advanced touchscreen for better evaluation.

Sonimage HS1 includes L18-4 linear probe that scans both deep and superficial structures for musculoskeletal tissue evaluation.

The firm will also exhibit a range of digital X-ray and image review, and sharing digital X-ray imaging options.

They include AeroDR wireless flat panel detector with CS-7 control station and Digital Radiology straight arm system with Ultra acquisition software.

Konica Minolta’s Exa platform offers the infrastructure to manage data across the imaging workflow. It is a web-based platform that will enable zero footprint full-featured diagnostic viewing.

Digital Radiography system features a 17" x 17" detector that will allow for all imaging views, including wheelchair and table work.

Konica Minolta provides medical diagnostic imaging and healthcare information technology services for its customers.


Image: Konica Minolta’s Sonimage HS1 compact ultrasound system. Photo: courtesy of Marketwired / Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc.