Toshiba America Medical Systems (TAMS) has made new enhancements including Dicom Radiation Dose Structured Reporting and Reject Analysis software to its Radrex-i digital radiographic (DR) X-ray system.

In order to make hospitals to document, manage and assess overall dose usage more easier, Dicom Radiation Dose Structured Reporting automatically records radiation dose information for every X-ray exam.

Toshiba’s Reject Analysis software aids radiology departments to see technologists’ technique and performance, reasons for rejecting an image and the number of repeat images.

Toshiba X-ray Vascular Business Unit director Stephen Bumb said these enhancements to their Radrex-i system provide radiology departments with capabilities to better manage radiation dose and make X-ray imaging even safer for patients.