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The UC-5000 Digital Radiography System Received 510(k) Clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Big News!! Source-Ray has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the UC-5000.

The UC-5000 is under the category of Digital Radiography which is a safer and more effective way of producing diagnostic images. Digital radiography has been used for over 20 years and has been intensively tested and proven.

Compared to traditional X-rays, digital radiography has been shown to make the whole process more cost-effective, faster, and simpler than before.

The Rise of the Mobile X-ray in Urgent Care and beyond

The world of radiology has evolved since X-rays were first discovered and demand for digital mobile X-ray is on the rise.

With a growing need for patient-centric medical care, medical professionals simply need a “radiology room on wheels.” Users have continued to demand improved reliability , accessibility, and flexibility to help address the rising radiographic needs of patients.

Increased Use and Its Benefits

The instant feedback of mobile x-rays allows medical professionals to see images on

How to Choose the Right X-ray Imaging Equipment for Your Urgent Care Business

When starting an urgent care center, there’s a lot to consider in selecting an X-ray imaging equipment. As we all know, x-ray technology is the oldest and most commonly used form of medical imaging. Having an X-ray machine is definitely a must in any medical facility. It is important that research be done to check what would be best for your clinic. Let’s start on the key areas. Computed Radiography (CR) and Digital Radiography (DR) and Film

The Defense Logistics Agency Awarded $100M Contract to Source-Ray

The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), a combat support agency in the United States Department of Defense, has awarded a maximum $100,000,000 firm-fixed-price contract to Source-Ray. Source-Ray is now the official supplier of radiology systems and accessories to US Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps and federal civilian agencies. This is a five-year base contract with one five-year option period and work will take place in New York. More information regarding this contract can be found on DLA’s website.

Imaging and kids: FDA recommends using X-ray systems with the lowest radiation exposure needed for child X-rays

X-ray assists in the diagnosis and treatment of various medical conditions in pediatric patients. Because younger patients are more sensitive to radiation, these imaging exams must be carefully and properly used, especially with X-rays that use ionizing radiation, a form of energy, which can present risks to young patients. Pediatric patients require less radiation than adults to obtain a quality image from an X-ray exam, so healthcare professionals must take extra care to “child size” the radiation dose.

Starting an Urgent Care practice? Here’s 3 tips to consider.

According to Kalorama Information, https://www.kaloramainformation.com the urgent care center (UCCs) market has reached 15 billion from about $11.8 billion in 2011. This represents growth of about 4.1% per year. The number of clinic locations has similarly risen strongly, standing at over 10,000 locations in 2017, making this a very attractive business opportunity for healthcare professionals and investors alike.

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