Today's digital xray technology has eliminated the need for dark rooms and toxic photographic chemicals as well as bulky archival storage facilities that were not particularly secure. Modern digital radiology allows medical images to be stored on computer hard drives and portable media such as DVDs as well as servers, where access is protected by 128-bit encryption technology.
In addition, costs on new digital radiology technology has come down dramatically since it was introduced in the early 1990s. Digital xray equipment and radiology PACS systems that would have price tags in the millions can now be purchased for a few thousand dollars. RadiologyBuyer.com is your Internet source for the complete range of digital radiology needs, covering all four areas of the process:
Acquisition: Our online store has a large selection of both computed (CR) and digital (DR) radiography solutions as well as equipment for digitizing existing imaging images and converting them into DICOM format
Archival: Picture Archival and Communication Systems (PACS) are the heart of the digital radiology lab; with a range of archive servers and back-up solutions for disaster recovery, RadiologyBuyer.com has your health care facility covered.
Viewers: although medical images can now be viewed with almost any modern computer monitor, exceptionally high resolutions are required in order take advantage of all that modern digital xray and imaging technology has to offer. Stand-alone diagnostic viewers as well as clinical workstations based on ordinary PC technology is available at affordable prices.
Distribution: with state-of-the-art Internet technology, digital x-ray, MRI and other images can easily be transferred over an Intranet or over the World Wide Web, allowing for real-time consultation and collaboration with colleagues anywhere in the world.