X-Ray Film Duplicators

Definition : Devices designed to produce diagnostic-quality copies of radiographic images on duplicating film that has a layered silver-based emulsion on one side. The duplicating film is laid over the original x-ray film, and both films are placed or fed into the duplicator. The films are then exposed to a light source (usually ultraviolet), and the image of the original film is transferred onto the duplicating film. The duplicate is then processed in an x-ray processor. Some duplicators are capable of image subtraction, enlargement, reduction, and enhancement. X-ray film duplicators are used to make copies of films from all imaging technologies (e.g., computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, dental radiography); duplicates are used by surgeons, as teaching aids, as evidence in legal proceedings, and for record keeping at patient transfer. The originals can then be stored to maintain the integrity of central files.

Entry Terms : "Radiographic Duplicating Printers"

UMDC code : 13259

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AMD Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

AMD India plays a significant role in the design of microprocessors, Fusion SoCs, graphics and media solutions. AMD has two design centers in India, located in Hyderabad and Bengaluru. With top-tier engineering talent, state of the art facilities, and world class management, AMD India has been delivering world-class, cost-effective System-On-Chips (SOCs), Hardware and Software platforms and high quality Intellectual Property.

Integrated Modular Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Integrated Modular Systems Inc. (IMSI) is a leading integrator of medical imaging and healthcare technology solutions.    For over 30 years IMSI has been engineering, installing, customizing and supporting healthcare technology solutions to meet the individual needs of clients across the U.S. With expertise in web‐based products, HL7, and DICOM conformance, IMSI offers a continuum of PACS and teleradiology products and services.

Spectronics Corp

Company Type: Parent

Spectronics Corporation is the world's leading manufacturer of ultraviolet equipment and fluorescent materials. These state-of-the-art products are built to exacting engineering standards and are utilized for literally hundreds of markets and applications that demand uncompromising quality and reliability.

Star X-Ray Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

Star X-Ray was established in 1951 for the sole purpose of manufacturing quality medical and dental x-ray accessories. These products included x-ray illuminators, dental x-ray film processors, developing tanks, and x-ray duplicators.

Wolf X-Ray Corp

Company Type: Parent

Howard Wolf is the president and third-generation principal in this family owned-and-operated business. Mr. William P. Winters, our executive vice president, has been with the organization for over 23 years. His depth of experience and relationship with key customers has forged long-term alliances with our top channel partners. Carolyn Price, our CFO, has also been with the company for over 25 years and has been instrumental in implementing lean business practices, maximizing the resources of this enterprise.

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