Imaging specialist BCF Technology has announced the launch of two new digital radiography systems for veterinary practice. One for equine and one for small animal practices.
Imaging specialist BCF Technology has announced the launch of two new digital radiography systems for veterinary practice.
The new Cuattro Slate 3 Wireless DR system has been called “the next generation of Equine DR“, while the Cuattro Small Animal DR has been hailed as “revolutionary for the small animal veterinary practice”.
The Cuattro Slate 3 Wireless DR system is said to produce crystal clear image clarity, not possible in first generation DR. According to BCF, the wireless plate enables in-stable surgeries to run smoothly without the concern of running cables around the horses legs, tripping yourself or a colleague.
BCF Technology’s Sarah O’Grady said: “Equine vets who have trialled this system have fallen in love with it instantly. The system offers massive improvements on first generation equine DR, with equine specific, very easy to use software.
“Having the wireless plate really does improve your mobility around the horse, making in-stable x-ray studies easier to perform. The improved technology within the system allows you to produce high quality images that surpass first generation standards.”
Also according to BCF, digital x-ray is said to be the future for small animal radiography
The Cuattro Small Animal DR can produce diagnostic x-ray images in five seconds, the system is said to transform a small animal practice’ imaging function, beneficial for both patient care and business improvement.
Craig Hoines from BCF said: “The Cuattro Small Animal DR is a smart investment for any practice looking to grow and expand. Investing in your imaging function is a perfect way to do this. The Small Animal DR will allow you to cut x-ray study time significantly, improve in-practice workflows and speed up patient care without increasing costs. The team at BCF can show you how.”
- For further details visit www.bcftechnology.com, or call +44(0)1506 460 023 to arrange a demonstration.