Lodox Systems to launch "first digital full-body X-ray":
This article was originally published in Clinica
South African company Lodox Systems has gained FDA 510(k) approval from the FDA to sell what it claims is the first digital, full-body, low dosage X-ray diagnostic system in the US. The Lodox device, which can scan the entire body in around 13 seconds, may have application in the emergency room as it provides doctors rapidly with images enabling them to begin treatment sooner, the Johannesburg firm says. It may also have particular use in paediatric settings, the firm adds, where speed and low dose radiation are priorities.
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