Optimal flexibility for universal use
Its U-arm makes it suitable for lateral ‘cross table’ exams on rolling tables and, as a result, can be used in a number of configurations:
- For ambulatory patients who can “walk and talk”,
it is ideal for chest, extremities and abdomen
- For light emergency work, a rolling table means
access to the patient for immediate positioning.
- Free exposures, such as those for patients in
wheelchairs or Full Leg Full Spine exams, can be
achieved by manually rotating the tube out of its
The combination of a single detector with a fully motorized positioner, and automatic collimation from the NX’s exam pre-sets, increases productivity and ergonomy for the radiographic technician.
Affordable way to go direct digital
The productivity of the DX-D 300 reduces the cost per exam and makes direct digital a smart investment. The intuitive nature of the NX workstation reduces
staff training costs, while the number of exams achieved per X-ray unit is greater than two times that of a conventional room, maximizing cost-efficiencies.
Widest range of exams in a limited space
Space is at a premium in most healthcare environments. As a floor mounted X-ray unit, the DX-D 300 is easy to install and requires limited space of just 3 m x 3 m x 2.8 m. Its small footprint provides a compact direct digital X-ray solution that enables you to capture the wide