The Vision C offers fully programable positioning and possesses features specially designed to offer radiology departments unparalleled workflow efficiency. Among the notable features of the unit are rapid response time to positioning commands, five-field AEC with dose management, elevating wall bucky with motorized tilt and tracking, automatic stitching of up-to-five images, and a tube-mounted, intuitive touchscreen user console.
Complementing the Vision C is the Visaris Avanse DR image acquisition software platform. The Avanse interface incorporates user-friendly menus, advanced image processing functions and progressive measurement tools. Its analytic features include an in-depth repeat analysis report that can be generated with just few clicks of the mouse. Together with select high-quality cesium flat panel detectors from the Vision portfolio, the Vision C provides fast and consistent high-quality images.
“When purchasing radiographic equipment in today’s health care environment, decision-makers focus their selection criteria on quality, proven reliability, increased technologist workflow efficiency, and low total cost of ownership,” explains Ron Viola, Managing Partner, First Source. “The newly enhanced Vision C illustrates our industry commitment in offering a high quality, cost-effective digital radiographic solutions for the most demanding imaging environments.”