Computed radiography, or CR, is a digital image acquisition and processing system for
radiography that uses computers and laser technology. CR images can be recorded on
laser-printed film or transmitted and stored digitally. This technological change has
a significant impact on hospital operating costs and efficiency because radiography is
the most common method of diagnostic imaging.
The purpose of CR is to produce accurate radiographic images without the use of film,
thereby streamlining the storage, display, and transmission of patient data. Because
CR allows the radiographer to correct images immediately following exposure, the need
for retake exposures is dramatically reduced.
Castle Imaging Solutions tests, calibrates, and refurbishes CR systems of all manufacturers
to help ensure a seamless installation, setup and operation for prompt use on your x-ray
systems. From floor models to compact table-top systems, let CIS assist you in providing
the CR solution that suits your departments' needs.