Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) August 15, 2007
Sound announces the launch of TruDR nx, the next stage in the evolution of digital radiography. This system enables veterinarians and technicians to take images right the first time, every time, with noise-free detail, repeatable image quality, auto calibration and more.
"TruDR nx was created to simplify and enhance veterinarians' work styles," said Mark Skeels, DVM, DABVP, chief medical officer of Sound Technologies. "With TruDR nx we are able to deliver the most advanced image processing technology available offering the best latitude, detail, noise reduction and repeatable image quality of any digital radiography system on the market."
TruDR nx offers the following features:
- Open Link - Open link architecture increases imaging speed and repeatability
- Auto-calibration - automatically calibrates itself resulting in the highest image quality and repeatability
- Auto-crop - every image is cropped so the viewer can focus on the region of interest and eliminate any distracting white borders
- Auto LUTs - even if the technique is off, the image won't be with this feature's repeatable, diagnostic excellence. Retakes are a thing of the past.
- SoundVu2 - removes noise to reveal the true image and also uses the most advanced multi-frequency domain tuning giving TruDR nx radiographs unmatched detail
In addition to several key product benefits, Sound has teamed up with Dell® to provide a custom OEM acquisition platform backed by Dell's OEM field support organization - noted as one of the strongest in the industry. By working with Dell's OEM Industry Group, Sound can offer customers on-site technical support and assistance under a four-hour window - an unprecedented service from a digital radiography provider.
"The image quality and workflow advancements in TruDR nx are enormous, but it's not just one feature that sets us apart in the industry," said Steve Eyl, president of Sound Technologies. "It's all the support pieces and technological advancements coming together that enables veterinarians to invest in a system they can depend on for diagnostic excellence and revenue potential."
About Sound Technologies
Based in San Diego, Sound produces the most widely accepted and used digital radiography systems in the veterinary industry with more than 600 installs to date. Sound holds leadership positions in Ultrasound, Digital Radiography, Education and Mobile Imaging. Founded in 1996, Sound Technologies is a division of VCA Antech (NASD:WOOF), and is dedicated to the field of veterinary imaging and education. VCA Antech also owns, operates and manages the largest network of freestanding veterinary hospitals and veterinary-exclusive clinical laboratories in the country and employs approximately 12,000 professionals throughout North America. http://www.soundvet.com.