Small animal surgery will now benefit from dDR

Xograph business manager, veterinary division, Helen Macdonald with Langford Veterinary School veterinary radiographer Tora Thomas and one of the school’s patients.


The University of Bristol has invested £13 million to develop the clinical facilities at Langford Veterinary School, which includes the construction of a small animal surgery building complete with an x-ray imaging suite incorporating the latest dDR digital system from Xograph Healthcare Limited.


The BuckyStar Intuition comprises a light-weight 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 are now said to benefit from an up-to-date, flexible working environment resulting in greater workflow, faster image acquisition and production with enhanced image quality.


See the full report on page 24 of the February 2012 issue of RAD Magazine.



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