Digital radiography (digital X-ray) uses digital X-ray sensors instead of traditional film-based imaging, which results in 80% less radiation than traditional X-rays.
Digital X-ray is a quick, non-invasive way to examine different areas of the body. X-ray is commonly used to:
- image bones and joints for fracture or injury
- scan soft tissue, such as the lungs, for infection
Efficient, Cost Effective, Safer Imaging
X-ray is the starting point for diagnosing or screening for a variety of health concerns, such as bone fractures or abnormalities in the lungs like pneumonia. Digital x-ray is a much more efficient, cost effective, and safer method of producing diagnostic images.