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Vieworks Spotlights its New VIVIX Digital Radiography Detectors at ECR 2018

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Vieworks showcases the ultimate portfolio of flat panel detector alongside its high-value and popular new product VIVIX-S 1417N at ECR 2018.

ANYANG, South Korea and VIENNA, Feb. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Vieworks, a leading provider of integrated imaging solutions, showcases its extensive portfolio of flat panel detectors alongside its high-performance flat panel detector model, VIVIX-S 1417N at ECR 2018. The show takes place from February 28th to March 4th at Austria Center Vienna in Vienna, Austria. Vieworks presents at booth #304 (Expo X3)

Vieworks will preview its new, high image quality and high-speed flat panel detector, VIVIX-S 1417N for addressing a busy workflow in medical facilities. Vieworks received FDA clearance for VIVIX-S 1417N in February 2017 and CE in April 2017.

Key features:

In addition to VIVIX-S 1417N, Vieworks presents its complete line up of dynamic flat panel detectors including VIVIX-D 1717G, a dynamic TFT flat panel detector for radiography and fluoroscopy which provides up to 10 frame rate per second at full resolution. Learn more by visiting us at http://www.vieworks.com.

About Vieworks Co., Ltd.

Vieworks offers the most advanced flat panel detectors for digital radiography and digital fluoroscopy. Since 1999, Vieworks has been one of the leading manufacturers of X-ray detectors with advanced digital medical imaging processing, robust hardware design, and excellent usability. The in-house R&D team at Vieworks designs, develops, and manufactures to provide the best solution for your needs. Vieworks software, including the image acquisition application and streamlined PACS system, has various tools that will enhance the daily workflow at medical facilities. For more information, please visit www.vieworks.com.

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