The company showcased its OnSight 3D extremity system, digital X-ray detectors and two premium ultrasound systems at the event.

It also exhibited radiography/fluoroscopy platform and self-service kiosk that will allow patients to print or share their radiology reports and medical images.

Developed for orthopaedic exams, the OnSight 3D is a compact cone beam CT system that provides lower-dose 3D imaging technology to capture weight-bearing and other types of patient extremity images.

Carestream DRX Plus detectors provide effective digital X-ray images for healthcare providers, while Carestream DRX-Excel will carry out contrast exams using fluoroscopy that can be associated with a patient’s radiography image.

The firm’s Touch Prime family of ultrasound systems will provide sonographers and clinicians with better visualization of small structures and contrast differences in tissue for radiology, OB/GYN, musculoskeletal and vascular applications.

Carestream Health digital medical solutions president Jianqing Bennett said: “We continue to work closely with healthcare providers to develop new medical imaging systems that improve the quality of diagnostic information provided to clinicians and design healthcare IT platforms that equip clinicians with a more holistic view of their patients’ medical records.”

With operations in around 170 countries, Carestream Health provides medical and dental imaging systems and IT solutions, X-ray imaging systems for non-destructive testing, as well as  advanced materials for the precision films and electronics markets.

Image: Carestream Health is exhibiting new medical imaging and healthcare IT productsproducts at RSNA 2016. Photo: courtesy of Carestream Health.