PaxScan® Products: Digital Radiography - Varian

By: Varian Medical Systems  09-12-2011

Varian’s PaxScan® line of ultra-fast flat-panel digital X-ray image detectors are used to capture X-ray images and instantly display them on computer screens, eliminating the need for film and film processing. Varian’s panels can capture up to 60 images per second, which is fast enough to produce a moving image of a heart beating.

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