...with our fast, reliable medical scanners. Convert patient records, X-rays, and other medical documents to digital files. These products make that job easy for you, with accurate results.
If you need a PACS workstation, just combine one of these scanners with PACS software.
Why Medical Scanners
Medical scanners have changed the clinical information landscape. Instead of storing X-ray films in cabinet after cabinet, you can digitize those films. Even if you can't afford a digital X-ray system, you can use a medical scanner to digitize most or all of your X-ray films as you go. Perhaps the most compelling reason to digitize is so patient records are PACS-compatible.
But which one should you buy? Our answer to that question is the Microtek medical scanners that we offer are up to the demands of today's medical and clinical enviroment. Microtek medical scanners:
Tolerate heavy usage. A consumer-grade scanner can't handle the needs of today's medical office.
Scan X-Rays (most models). Most of these scanners can accurately and quickly digitize X-Ray films.
Scan very fast. You're already under tremendous time pressure. These fast scanners help relieve the pressure. And the stress.
Are suitable to the clinical environment. These scanners have medically-related certifications and are easy to clean.
Note: If you see the term "medical digitizer," it's the same thing as "medical scanner" though typically the connotation is "medical scanner that digitizes X-rays."
Speed. Your medical scanner has to be fast, because you don't have all day. Need to digitize a chest X-Ray in 7 seconds flat? We have a scanner for that.
Quality. The resolution must allow you to capture all the details you need. These scanners provide that resolution.
Ease. Most likely, you are already laboring under information overload. Maybe even intense overload. Needing to learn yet another set of complex procedures doesn't help. These scanners help you by being simple to use.
Interoperability. These medical scanners produce digital files that conform to PACS requirements.
Hygeine. All of these scanners are suitable to clinical environments, and carry various certifications to prove it.
Low TCO. Because Microtek does such things as use metal gear drives instead of nylon drive mechanisms, the medical scanner you buy from us has a dramatically longer usage life than typical competing products.
Support. On the off chance something goes wrong, we have a support system in place. You can buy your medical scanner with confidence.
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The medical scanners you'll find here have these features:
Easy to use.
Easy to set up.
Easy to clean and maintain.
Software for editing or other purposes.
Very high optical resolution.
Simple touch button operation. Or, as in the case of our sheet-fed Medi-6000 and Medi-7000, no buttons at all. Just slide the X-Ray in, see what's on it, and push it down to scan it.
Handsome styling (not the old beige boxes of yesteryear).
USB connectivity (pretty standard today).
Small enough footprints to be used in any medical office.
Plain paper. Even if it's a hand-written note. You can digitize any patient records that exist on paper.
Transparent medium. For X-Ray scanners, this is the only media type that's scannable. You can digitize any patient records that exist as X-ray films.
Each of these scanners comes with a power adapter, software, and manuals.
Don't be intimidated by the manuals. There really isn't that much involved in using the Microtek brand of medical scanner. For example, the Medi-7000 is a vertical X-ray light table and scanner. Slide the X-ray in the top, view what's on it, then give it a slight push to digitize it.
Easily digitize traditional X-ray film: Intraoral, Panoramic, or Cephalometric. Process multi-films in less than 30 seconds. 4800 dpi optical res, 16-bit grayscale, crystal-clear detail. Features Smart-Scan, dental film templates, auto-crop. Instant-on LED source. More Info
Combines text and images into DICOM-format. Scans any A4 medical doc (even handwriting) in 3 sec, directly into DICOM format or into digital archive. Convert any e-files (e.g., PDF, XLS, DOC, JPG) into DICOM format, upload directly to PACS. Instant-on. More Info
Hi-speed medical grade digitizer captures details in bright and dark areas at high optical res (up to 3200 dpi). 4.5 Dmax and 16-bit grayscale. Digitizes a mammogram in mere seconds. Certified by TFDA, CE, MDD. Instant-on LED source, no warm-up wait. More Info
Sheet-fed X-ray film digitizer captures details in bright and dark areas at hi-res (600 dpi, 4.0 Dmax, 16-bit grayscale). Files meet DICOM specs; easily integrate w/ PACS/RIS. Certs: ANVISA, CE0120, FDA/510k, SFDA, TFDA, BSMI, CB, CC. Includes MiPAX sftwr. More Info
Sheet-fed X-ray film digitizer with 15-sheet ADF captures details in bright and dark areas at hi-res (600 dpi, 4.0 Dmax, 16-bit grayscale). Files meet DICOM specs; easily integrate w/ PACS/RIS. Certs: ANVISA, CE0120, FDA/510k, SFDA, TFDA, BSMI, CB, CC. Includes MiP More Info
Medical X-ray film digitizer. Can digitize chest X-Ray in 7 sec. Scans even large X-Ray films. High optical res, excellent Dmax, 16-bit grayscale; captures all details in any area with superior image quality. FDA and other certifications. More Info
Captures dry or wet samples of gel electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE, western blotting films, doc, other items in bio labs. 4800 optical res, 48-bit color, 4.2Dmax. Near-original images of uneven or crease-reflective targets. Easy-clean glass holders. More Info
A3 Size Gel Scanner with Leak-Free Removable Glass Holder captures large images of dry or wet samples of gel electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE, western blotting films, doc, other bio lab items. 3200 optical res, 48-bit color, 4.2Dmax. Near-original images of uneven or crea More Info