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Frost & Sullivan Applauds the Lodox Statscan Critical Imaging System for Outperforming All Competing Products
Date:8/31/2010

thin the "golden hour".

"The quality of Statscan sets a benchmark that surpasses present industry standards," notes Zingoni. "It outperforms competitor products in three primary ways: by the quality of its high-resolution pictures, the capacity of the size of an image (whole body), and the extraordinary speed."

The Statscan system is exceedingly reliable, consistently performing to the highest expectations. This dependable workability is reaffirmed by the trend of infrequent technical malfunction in Lodox equipment. In the rare event of a technical problem with equipment, Lodox's presence extends to major metropolitan areas, enabling a speedy response. As the company is close-knit and small, with a mere 25 people employed, response time is significantly enhanced.

According to its design, Statscan does not require film processing. This is greatly advantageous, as it reduces heavy operating costs. Also, the technology used in Statscan employs the safest x-ray method available for healthcare personnel. The precisely aimed, low-dose radiation beam produces no scattered radiation, making the system secure and easy to operate. Thus, less-skilled operators can more safely produce high quality images with Statscan, due to the smaller radiation dose, than with alternative competitor products.

Lodox's latest Statscan installations took place in the Ngwelezana Hospital, Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital and Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in December 2009. The company has also installed its equipment in other provinces, maintaining a varied clientele of public and private hospitals. In addition to emergency trauma centres, the system has multiple applications in areas such as forensic pathology, high throughput general radiology and paediatric radiology. As a result, the Statscan system scored higher than competing products in terms of reliability, design and usability as well.

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