par Sean Ruck
, Contributing Editor | November 26, 2014
From the November 2014 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine
“Cluster in a box” server solution – Booth 6546, Hall B
Come visit Koi Computers, Inc. at our booth and learn more about our enterprise server and storage solutions! We will be featuring a “Cluster in a box” server solution with mission-critical failover capability. Also featured will be a high performance and high capacity storage solution for medical professionals that provide functionality to insure data integrity and supports interoperability with DICOM and non-DICOM medical IT systems.
TomoSPOT™ Skin Markers for 3-D Breast Tomosynthesis — Booth 2309, Hall A
Tested and proven for 3-D breast tomosynthesis, Beekley Medical’s TomoSPOT skin markers subtly highlight areas of interest on the breast with the clearest visualization of underlying tissue detail and the least potential for “slinky” artifact compared to other mammography skin markers. Combining tomosynthesis with a TomoSPOT skin marking protocol provides higher specificity, helps reduce radiologist interpretation time, and supports your efforts to achieve your lowest possible recall rates. TomoSPOT skin markers for 3-D breast tomosynthesis are available in five distinctive shapes to identify nipples, moles, scars, palpable masses, and areas of pain/concern.
WD261 Bodyguard Mobile Shield – Booth 3300, Hall A
Quest Imaging Solutions provides all major brands of surgical c-arms (new and refurbished) and carries a large inventory for purchase or rent. With over 20 years in the medical equipment business we can help you fulfill your equipment needs
Mavig’s new WD261 Bodyguard Mobile Shield is a compact, anatomically and ergonomically designed mobile radiation barrier. The encapsulating radiation shield’s spring mechanism ensures smooth and effortless height adjustment for an optimal fit for any height and every imaging modality. This new mobile solution offers optimal radiation protection resulting in drastically reduced annual effective dose.