Langenhagen,
05
November
2019
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12:52
Europe/Amsterdam

Konica Minolta’s new AeroDR NS detector makes upgrading to DR easier than ever

Summary

With the launch of Konica Minolta’s new flat panel detector, the “AeroDR NS”, upgrading from CR to DR has become easier than ever. The 14x17’’ portable detector supports the user with a complete workflow solution and is compatible with any existing static RAD room and mobile RAD system.

ImagePilotTM software enables the user to register patients, acquire and view images, perform measurements and reports and archive them using a miniPACS functionality: a true All-in-one solution. For various applications, there are specific user tools available: Optional tools include dedicated Orthopedic and Veterinary tools and a Bone-Suppression feature: This function processes an image in which for example the clavicles and the ribs are ‘attenuated’. This could make it easier for users to diagnose thorax images.

The AeroDR NS is suitable for medical imaging professionals who are considering to upgrade from analogue or CR to DR but do not have the budget to purchase a complete new digital RAD room.

According to Konica Minolta, the biggest advantage of using AeroDR NS instead of a CR workflow is that the acquisition cycle time will be much shorter: from several minutes to a few seconds.

Some other features of the AeroDR NS detector:

  • With a pixel size of 150µm, a CsI scintillator and 72% MTF, the AeroDR NS delivers a high image quality for making diagnoses with high confidence
  • The AeroDR NS has ‘Automatic Exposure Detection’ so there is no need for cable connections to the X-ray generator
  • An internal Access Point can send the images directly to the screen within seconds
  • AeroStorage: for working offline in case needed, and the possibility to store up to 200 images

Due to the smart portable and compatible concept, the AeroDR NS can especially address the Medical Imaging professionals who are considering to upgrade from analogue or CR to DR, but don’t have the budget available to purchase a complete new Digital RAD room.

Website: https://www.konicaminolta.eu/eu-en/hardware/healthcare-dr/aerodr-ns

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About Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe GmbH, based in Langenhagen, Germany, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Konica Minolta Inc., Tokyo, Japan. Konica Minolta enables its clients to champion the digital era: with its unique imaging expertise and data processing capabilities, Konica Minolta creates relevant solutions for its customers and solves issues faced by society. As a provider of comprehensive IT services, Konica Minolta delivers consultancy and services to optimise business processes with workflow automation. The company further offers its customers solutions and managed services in the field of IT infrastructure and IT security as well as cloud environments. With regard to its office printing solutions, ‘IDC MarketScape: Western Europe Smart Multifunctional Peripheral 2018 Vendor Assessment’ stated that Konica Minolta is ‘recognised globally as a leading smart MFP provider of note’. As a strong partner for the professional printing market, Konica Minolta offers business consulting, state-of-the-art technology and software and has established itself as the production printing market leader for more than a decade in Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa (InfoSource). In the healthcare sector, Konica Minolta drives digitalisation of clinical workflows and offers a broad range of next-level diagnostic solutions. Its Business Innovation Centre in London and four R & D laboratories in Europe enable Konica Minolta to bring innovation forward by collaborating with its customers as well as academic, industrial and entrepreneurial partners. For its solutions that combine ‘smart service with smart technology’, Konica Minolta was awarded the prestigious ‘Buyers Lab PaceSetter Award for Outstanding Serviceability 2018/2019’ from Keypoint Intelligence. Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe is represented by subsidiaries and distributors in more than 80 countries in Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa. With almost 10,300 employees (as of April 2019), Konica Minolta Europe earned net sales of over EUR 2.39 billion in financial year 2018/19.

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