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Enjoy these tips, tricks and insights that answer 100's of questions we've received from radiology and imaging professionals that need help buying, selling, servicing and maintaining their medical imaging equipment: MRI, CT, C-Arm, Digital X-ray, PET/CT and Women's Health. We extend the life of imaging equipment so that healthcare providers worldwide can extend the lives of patients. This is why we answer your imaging equipment questions.

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MediCapture Comparison: USB170 vs. USB200, USB300, and MVR Series

Posted by Gary Dodge

Oct 3, 2019 3:00:00 PM

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If you use mobile imaging equipment (C-arm, ultrasound, endoscope, arthroscope) that doesn't have native DICOM, getting images from those systems onto your network will require a special solution. That's exactly where the MediCapture recorder comes into play. Of course, there are several varieties of MediCapture, so there's going to be a little leg work required to find out which one best fits your needs.

Fortunately for you, we've done the leg work and compiled it below. Read on for a comparison of the MediCapture series of image transfer systems and their different capabilities.

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Topics: C-Arm, Ultrasound

GE Logiq E9 vs. GE Logiq F8: Ultrasound Comparison

Posted by Jeremy Block

Oct 6, 2017 9:22:00 AM

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The GE Logiq line of ultrasound systems is long standing and quite popular around the world. However, the line also consists of a number of models extending into the double digits. When considering a Logiq system for your next ultrasound solution, the process of weeding out exactly which of the many types is best for your facility's needs can become daunting.

For those of you who are looking for a general use-oriented ultrasound system, we want to help take some of the guesswork out of the decision process by comparing two of the most multi-use GE Logiq systems, the Logiq E9 and the Logiq F8, side-by-side. Keep reading for a practical comparison of applications, features, and pricing.



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Topics: Ultrasound

Sony 900 Series Printers Compared

Posted by Kylie Dishaw

Sep 15, 2016 4:23:10 PM

Even in our increasingly paperless world, there are still plenty of facilities looking for reliable, convenient-to-use printers for their C-arm and ultrasound systems for plenty of reasons. Whether you're sending shots of babies home with expecting mothers or storing hard copies of fluoro studies for auditing purposes, something from the Sony 900 series is a solid choice. With five models in the product line, though, which one should you choose?

We can't make the pick for you, but we will bring more clarity to the decision by breaking down the similarities and differences of the five models in Sony's 900 series printers.

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Topics: C-Arm, Ultrasound

Sony UP991AD vs. Sony UP990AD: C-Arm/Ultrasound Printer Comparison

Posted by Kylie Dishaw

May 12, 2016 2:06:34 PM

When it comes to C-arm/ultrasound printers, Sony has a history of consistent incremental improvement with each model they release. A prime example of this is replacing the Sony UP990AD with the Sony UP991AD.

On one hand, we love this. Seeing the introduction of better and better tools for physicians means great things for patient care. On the other hand, when two models are so similar, it can be tough to tell exactly what sets them apart from one another and whether the difference warrants spending more on one than the other.

To help those of you looking for a great C-arm or ultrasound printer, we've broken down the differences between the UP991AD and the UP990AD so that you can find the best fit for your printing needs.

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Topics: C-Arm, Ultrasound

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