The University of Bristol has invested the money developing the clinical facilities at Langford, which includes the construction of a Small Animal Surgery building complete with a new X-ray imaging suite, incorporating the dDR digital system.
The Xograph System, a BuckyStar Intuition, is a state of the art medical imaging solution that comprises of a new lightweight ceiling suspended X-ray tube, table, generator and a Canon direct DR detector along with a review server in the adjacent control room. Staff and students now benefit from an up to date, flexible working environment resulting in greater workflow, a faster image acquisition and production with enhanced image quality.
Lynne Hill, Chief Executive at Langford Veterinary School said “This is the first time we have had access to dDR and with the advances in veterinary medicine it will provide us with a state of the art facility for our specialists, clients and patients. Students will be able to take their practical experience with them into the workplace when they qualify.”
Xograph has a 43-year track record in providing innovative medical imaging technology and services to hospitals, diagnostic centres, media services and veterinary practices. Its range of medical imaging systems include general, fluoroscopic, mobile, surgical, mammographic and dental imaging equipment, as well as the latest healthcare IT and direct digital imaging solutions.
Other products and solutions provided by Xograph include veterinary x-ray equipment (such as CR imaging), panoramic and cephalostat imaging, quality and research and field deployable imaging.
For more information about medical imaging from Xograph, visit http://www.xograph.com/