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Lunar DEXA Bone Densitometer Tube Price Cost Guide

Posted by Aly Boggs-Smitley

May 10, 2019 11:38:56 AM

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If your DEXA bone densitometer's X-ray tube is failing, guess what? You don’t have to pay an arm and leg to replace it. Many people think that tube failure means placing a call to the OEM and spending top dollar for a brand-new replacement. This is simply not the case. There are plenty of other, more affordable options at you fingertips.

Below you'll find current average prices for X-ray tubes from the most popular Lunar DEXA systems. Pricing for new, refurbished, and used tubes is included. Please note- these prices (even the OEM's) all assume you'll return your existing tube as an exchange when the replacement arrives.

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Topics: Imaging Equipment Parts, Bone Densitometer

DEXA Bone Densitometer Price Guide

Posted by Jason Block

May 3, 2019 2:30:00 PM

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Shopping for a bone densitometer? We thought you might be, what with you clicking your way into this blog and all. We also know that finding the information you need to build your budget can be far easier said than done. That's why we've compiled current pricing ranges for refurbished DEXA bone units made by the two major players in the field: GE and Hologic.

Watch the video below to get price ranges for:

  • GE and Hologic DEXA systems
  • Systems with visceral fat features
  • DEXA leasing options

Ready for a more detailed quote? Click here to request DEXA system pricing.

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Topics: Buying Imaging Equipment, Bone Densitometer, Medical Imaging Equipment Price, Medical Imaging Equipment Cost

DEXA Service Cost Price Info

Posted by Chris Kinnas

Apr 29, 2019 4:02:00 PM

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If you provide DEXA service to patients, eventually, you'll need someone to provide service for your DEXA equipment. Preventative maintenance, repairs, replacement parts- all of these will be necessary at one time or another, but how much can you expect to pay for that kind of coverage? We can help you get an idea.

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Topics: Imaging Equipment Service, Bone Densitometer

What's Next for Discovery DEXA Service and Support?

Posted by Jason Block

Jun 28, 2018 12:03:00 PM

Hologic Discovery DEXA Service

If you've been conducting bone density scans for a while, you know about how long you can expect a model to be around before the manufacturer begins weaning users off it with "end of support" and "end of life" (EOL) declarations. In the case of Hologic, you've seen the QDR 4000, QDR 4500, Delphi, and Explorer all go the way of the dodo in just the last ten years. If any of you are counting, the Discovery series has been around for fourteen years- and Hologic already declared in 2017 that they no longer support Discovery computers running Windows XP.

We don't bring up the Discovery's age because we want you to fret over your "oldie but a goodie" DEXA scanner. Instead, we want to reassure you that whether the product line is declared EOL next year, the year after, or 2025, you won't need to ditch your Discovery right away, a brand-new scanner won't be required, and the OEM won't be your only option for ongoing parts or support.

We're going to share with you why a Hologic Discovery DEXA scanner will continue to be a viable model for years to come, and how Hologic's eventual EOL declaration for the product line might even save you some money.

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Topics: Buying Imaging Equipment, Refurbished Medical Imaging Equipment, Bone Densitometer

Hologic DEXA HV Tank Troubleshooting

Posted by Jordan Batterbee

Jan 5, 2018 3:00:27 PM

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Is your Hologic DEXA machine locking up, tripping breakers, or showing streaks and lines in your scanning field? If any of these problems are happening regularly at your facility, your system might have a failing high voltage (HV) tank. The high voltage tank is a major component of your DEXA system, and its failure can cause downtime in your patient schedule. Fortunately, these tanks are readily available on the secondary market and, with a few troubleshooting steps, you can determine if yours is suspect. We'll share below what you should look for to determine if your Hologic DEXA HV tank is on its way to failure.

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Topics: Imaging Equipment Service, Imaging Equipment Parts, Bone Densitometer, Medical Imaging Service Training

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