World’s Only Regional and Full-Spine Scanner on Display at AAOS

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The iDR-L from iCRco uses a receptor large enough to capture the entire anatomy, which reduces scan time and increases patient satisfaction. Its extra large field of use also allows users to replace or supplement their existing RAD room environment by providing the ability to do all anatomy regions, including neck and chest, full-torso, full-leg, and full-spine.

Orthopaedic surgeons will appreciate the iDR-L because it eliminates the need for
multiple exposures

Visitors to the 2012 conference of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) will have an opportunity to examine the only digital radiography solution capable of both regional and full-spine imaging with a 17”x51” field of use.

The iDR-L from iCRco uses a receptor large enough to capture the entire anatomy, which reduces scan time and increases patient satisfaction. Its extra large field of use also allows users to replace or supplement their existing RAD room environment by providing the ability to do all anatomy regions, including neck and chest, full-torso, full-leg, and full-spine.

    “Orthopaedic surgeons will appreciate the iDR-L because it eliminates the need for multiple exposures, “ said Jared K. Houk, Director of Strategic Marketing & Business Development. “That makes it an ideal low-dose solution and as we all know, radiation exposure has been in the news and is extremely important today. Plus, our proprietary algorithm eliminates the need for image stitching software, creating a full-spine image in one exposure without having to take three separate x-rays. That is a major leap forward for the efficiency of orthopaedic imaging.”

    Houk also points out that with iCRco’s iClarity software, orthopaedic surgeons can achieve Mobile Access to their PACS, Instantly gaining access to their PACS archive via their iPad or iPhone. “iClarity is the answer to today’s need for greater mobility,” said Houk. “Not long ago, the innovation was being able to access PACS from any PC. But now, orthopaedic surgeons have raised the bar and need access from all available sources, including their phones.”

About iCRco

    Founded in 1990 by Stephen Neushul, iCRco has introduced several innovative technologies with its direct digital radiography, computed radiography, film digitizer and PACS product lines. In 2002, iCRco introduced the first computed radiography machine to have True Flat Scan Path™ technology. Today, iCRco continues to lead its medical imaging categories through the development of innovative digital x-ray imaging solutions, including a complete suite of x-ray imaging hardware, PACS, imaging software and integrated solutions for the medical, chiropractic, dental, veterinary and non-destructive testing markets.

    iCRco is proud to be the choice of United States Military for portable digital imaging and received straight A's in all fields in the 2009 KLAS Medical Imaging Buyer's Guide.

    For more information, contact Hydee Ong, iCRco Senior Marketing Manager at (310) 921-9559 x224 or at hong(at)icrcompany(dot)com. Attendees at the AAOS conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Feb. 7-11, 2012 can see iCRco products and services at booth no. 4354, Hall D.

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