"Our mission is to provide the San Francisco Bay Area with quality surgery performed with the highest consideration for our patients, their human companions and the referring veterinarian who entrusts us with the care of them both," said Chuck Walls, DVM, Diplomate ACVS, VSA. "To this end, we purchased Eklin's DR solution because it provides not only superb, but even better image quality than film-based x-rays in a fraction of the time. This gives us greater diagnostic confidence while allowing us to begin treatment sooner, which many times can result in a far more positive outcome for the patient."
Just as digital cameras have made photography easier and more efficient by eliminating film, DR systems provide the veterinarian with a radiographic image that can be viewed virtually immediately onsite at any connected review workstation, or, if connected though Eklin's RapidPACS Web-edition, anywhere in the world. DR systems also offer sophisticated image processing tools, giving the doctor much greater depth of information that can be enlarged or manipulated for far better detail, resulting in closer scrutiny of potential areas of concern. Eklin offers either a 9"x11" Canon CXDI-31 DR imaging sensor panel for large animal extremities, or a CXDI-50G 14"x17" DR sensor panel which provides the imaging area suitable for radiographing everything from small cats and large dogs, up to elephant feet.
"VSA's and VMS' commitment to outstanding patient care makes this
highly skilled group of professionals an excellent representative of our
rapidly growing installed base," said Gary R. Cantu, CEO and chairman of
Eklin. "Coupled with technology from Canon, one of the world's leaders in
DR sensor panel technology, we developed the Eklin Digital Practice(R)
approach to provide outstanding image quality and workflow efficiencies in
support of this commitment by
|SOURCE Eklin Medical Systems, Inc.|
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