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Eklin Medical Reports Record Revenues for 2007
Date:2/14/2008

ording to Cantu, several installations and events were specifically notable for the year. For example, installations at Texas A&M Veterinary School of Medicine included five RapidStudy(TM) DR systems (small and large animal), nine workstations, two servers with Eklin Remote(TM) web-based, long-term storage service, and integration of 13 DICOM devices represented by eight different third-party vendors. A similar installation also occurred at the University of Georgia, Veterinary School of Medicine where four RapidStudy systems, workstations and a PACS server were installed and 11 DICOM devices representing nine third-party vendors integrated.

Other significant installations included major zoos, such as in Denver, Columbus and St. Louis, and large aquariums like Atlantis and Georgia. In yet another milestone, the company expanded the Eklin Digital Repository(TM) at Keeneland from 12 review workstations to 32, enabling over 500,000 images to be reviewed during the 2007 September Yearling Sale alone. For Keeneland, Eklin published the industry's first pre-purchase, radiographic study submission standard for digital radiographs.

"In support of Keeneland, we worked with its staff to draft and publish the first equine DICOM protocol for submitting pre-purchase exams and digital radiographs, an industry-wide open standard," said Cantu. "Our goal is to achieve the same industry standard for digital information in veterinary care as now exists in human medicine. Keeneland, as the largest Thoroughbred auction facility in the world, represents an excellent example of leadership in supporting this goal."

Eklin's equine and small animal practice presence also increased internationally with key expansion in Europe and the Middle East. Canada experienced solid system growth as did Australia, including a multi-unit installation at the largest equine facility in the country, Randwick Equine Centre in Sydney. Introduction of the Mark III and Mark V DR systems cont
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