Affordable Quality for a Variety of Healthcare Settings
The TeleradPRO medical film digitiser was developed in response to emerging markets' clinical demands for a medical quallity x-ray film digitiser for general radiology, PACS, and teleradiology applications. This new class of device needs to be productive, highly reliable and still affordable. Developed by VIDAR Systems Corporation, the TeleradPRO represents a significant advance in film digitiser technology that overcomes some of the most common barriers to using medical grade digitisers - teh need for routine maintenance or on-site service, image variabliity, size and of course cost. It features VIDAR's unique ADC (Automatic Digitiser Calibration) that results in virtually no variation in iimage quality and ensure excellent greyscale reproduction in every image - a feature lacking in flatbed or simple non-medical scanners. The TeleradPRO meets the needs of healthcare professionals who want medical quality images and an affordable film digitiser capable of being integrated into a variety of healthcare settins, including at the point of care.
Prior Studies & Film Digitising
Prior studies are critically important because they allow comparisons aross time for new studies vs older studies even when those were done on different modalities, resulting in better diagnoses adn patient outcomes. With the abiligiy to digitise medical films into PACs and teleradiology or telemedicine systems/stations, the TeleradPRO aids radiologists with diagnostic tasks since they have the prior images where and when they need them.
Digitising film into softcopy makes reading more comfortable for radiologists since they are not forced to constantly switch back and forth between low-light output monitors and bright light boxes to compare old studies. Digitising film into a PACS solutions allows for future digital growth.
Soft Copy Reading and Productivity
Softcopy reading allows the full clinical value of digital modalities and the increase in productivity that administrators demand when they must justify a modality - PACS or a teleradiology system investment. If users are forced to continue to use film for reading and archiving studies, costs actually increase when they go "digital." In addition, no sensitivity from reading stacked CT/MRI images, or 3D/quantitative analysis, or instant consultations for critically ill patients can be realised since film is a "one instance" media and is limiited to one place and typically one user at a time.
The TeleradPRO is supported by VIDAR and ATX's excellent customer service and they also deliver unmatched stability, consistency, reliability and ease of use.