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Varian Medical Systems to Display Medical X-Ray Tubes and PaxScan® Digital X-Ray Image Detectors at MEDICA 2010 International Trade Fair
Date:11/17/2010

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Booth - A78/Hall 10 -- Varian Medical Systems will exhibit its line of PaxScan® digital image detectors and X-ray tubes for fluoroscopy, angiography, cardiology and cone-beam CT imaging at the MEDICA 2010 International Trade Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany from November 17-20.

The Varian booth will showcase several filmless imaging detectors and X-ray tube products, including:

  • The PaxScan® 3030+, a 30cm x 30cm real-time digital imaging panel that operates at speeds up to 30 fps, enables physicians to monitor interventional procedures, including placement of catheters within blood vessels, in real-time. The multi-modality panel is also designed for use in cardiovascular imaging systems and surgical C-arms. The 194 micron pixel pitch results in images with high spatial and contrast resolution needed by critical applications such as cardiology and angiography.
  • The PaxScan 4336R, a 43cm x 36cm DR panel that is the first ISO 4090 industry standard size panel designed to replace standard film cassettes used in existing radiographic and multi-bucky applications. The panel is also available with a portable hand-held enclosure for use in mobile imaging systems.
  • Varian's line of X-ray tubes for medical and dental applications.

  • "Through our bonded service center in the Dusseldorf area, we carry an inventory of X-ray tubes and flat panel detectors for immediate delivery throughout the European region," said Stefano Daniotti, manager European sales & service group. "We are able to offer our customers the largest selection of X-ray tubes and digital image detectors in the world," added Daniotti. The facility reloads, rebuilds and distributes medical X-ray tubes for immediate delivery. It also provides evaluation, repair, and replacement tubes. Varian's X-ray Products group is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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