New & Used CR System, Philips

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Device: CR System
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: PCR Eleva S
Location: Australia, Victoria
12,990
2011

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Device: CR System
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: PCR Eleva S Plus
Location: United Kingdom, West Midland
4,500
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2014

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Device: CR System
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: PCR Eleva S
Location: France, Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur
15,127
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2008

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Device: CR System
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: Corado Eleva
Location: United States, New Jersey
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2008

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Device: CR System
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: PCR Eleva Corado
Location: United States, New Jersey
Negotiable
2008

CR System may also be referred to as :

Image Digitization System, Computed Radiography | X-ray CR Imaging System | X-ray CR Reader | Digital Radiography System | Radiography Digital Imaging System | Digital Imaging System, Computed Radiography CR | Digital Imaging System, Computed Radiography | CR System | Computer, Digital Radiography | Computed Radiography
 

Tips for buying CR System

  1. When purchasing new or used CR Systems, medical facilities should consider the following key factors: image plate throughput, cassette buffer size, and number of technologist terminals.
  2. The image quality of X-ray CR Imaging Systems is not as high as other more expensive Digital Radiography technologies but the versatility a new or used CR system offers is desirable.
  3. Operating these systems is much like other Digital Radiography technologies, where versatility is traded off for increased speed.
  4. Radiology departments wanting a digital modality to replace film can often find that Computer Radiography CR has become a popular choice.
  5. Four categories of X-ray CR Imaging Systems readers are available: multi-plate readers, single-plate readers, desktop plate readers, and cassetteless readers:
  • Busy areas, in which the CR cassettes can be simply dropped into the Computed Radiography CR reader and left there, require multi-plate readers.

  • In single-plate readers, the reader must be empty before the next cassette is loaded because there is no buffer facility.

  • Very-low-throughput facilities can use desktop units, which are the smallest readers with only the essential components.
  • Cassetteless readers use a CR reader built into either a chest stand or a bucky table.

  1. Sometimes it is possible to get higher image quality at the price of slower image plate throughput.
  2. Cassette buffer size is extremely important for the multi-cassette loaders. It should be possible to place multiple technologist terminals next to each image reader.
  3. All multiple readers should be networked, so a technologist can use any reader with any terminal.
  4. To facilitate future additions to any network, buyers should ensure compatibility with existing x-ray components and conformance with the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine 3.0 Standard.
  5. Suppliers should provide CR system buyers with DICOM conformance statements that explain what information objects, service classes, and data encoding are supported by their system. These are highly technical, and should be reviewed by specialists. All statements from all suppliers shoulduse the same format and the same vocabulary to facilitate comparisons.

Read more valuable tips on the Medical Equipment Buying Guide by MedWOW >>