RSNA 2019 Highlights

iCRco had a successful time at RSNA 2019 this year. Our booth was incredibly busy and we were able to interact with a large number of individuals ranging from new customers, business partners, and end-users. To wrap up the end of this year’s trade show, we wanted to recap on and share some of the top highlights of our trade show exhibition. iCRco had a successful time at RSNA 2019 this year. Our booth was incredibly busy and we were able to interact with a large number of individuals ranging from new customers, business partners, and end users. To wrap up the end of this year’s trade show, we wanted to recap on and share some of the top highlights of our trade show exhibition. iCRco had a successful time at RSNA 2019 this year. Our booth was incredibly busy and we were able to interact with a large number of individuals ranging from new customers, business partners, and end users. To wrap up the end of this year’s trade show, we wanted to recap on and share some of the top highlights of our trade show exhibition. Additionally, we also presented our brand new AirDR family which will assist you with the seamless CR to DR conversion. DR is replacing CR as the new digital modality in medical imaging, and iCRco has AirDR kit options to fit with your practice. Make sure you take advantage of our AirDR trade-in trade-up program. Please contact our regional sales manager, Brian Dunleavy at bdunleavy@icrcompany.com or (805) 708-3378 ext. 506.  Here at iCRco, we strongly stand by our in-house production. Within our company, we work hard to provide the quickest in-house service and support for your convenience. The benefits of us personally handling, manufacturing, loading, configuring, and controlling quality within our factory facilities allows you to get the instant benefit solutions you need in little time and low costs. RSNA 2019 was another great experience for iCRco and we are so grateful for the opportunities that RSNA has brought to us. Thank you to everyone who visited our booth, and we hope to stay in contact with all of you in the future. See you again at RSNA 2020!

iCRco Donates State-of-the-art CT Scanner to Santa Barbara Zoo on KEYT News

“This partnership has really given us the opportunity to bring advanced imaging technology to the zoo and for the care of our animals.”iCRco is proud to be recognized for our new CT machine – Claris XT – that represents a potential breakthrough in medical care. Animals at the Santa Barbara Zoo are the first patients to try it.  “We really don’t know what we can find or see, but every animal is a new experience,” iCRco founder and CEO Stephen Neushel said. “These are exotic animals. It’s amazing to be part of that.”  Claris XT delivers 3D images that are five times more detailed than average CT machines, while also being smaller, lighter, more mobile and less than half the cost.The machine can be wheeled around and even plugged into a wall outlet. It can also handle the job of an X-ray machine.   “The 3D capabilities allow us a lot more interpretation of those images and what’s actually going on with the animals,” said Dr. Julie Barnes, Vice President of Animal Care and Health at the Santa Barbara Zoo. “So we can see the bones and all the skeletal system in a 3D composition, so we can really look all the way around the bones.”Dr. Barnes said the new technology is incredibly helpful, and that the medical team is thankful for the local partnership.Dr. Barnes said the new technology is incredibly helpful, and that the medical team is thankful for the local partnership. “This partnership has really given us the opportunity to bring advanced imaging technology to the zoo and for the care of our animals,” she said. “So we’re so thankful to have this partnership with iCRco. And they’ve been fabulous to work with.” For more details, visit KEYT News link at https://www.keyt.com/lifestyle/technology/goleta-company-brings-state-of-the-art-ct-scanner-to-santa-barbara-zoo/1085804287

Mountain Lakes Medical Selects the iCRco Digital Radiography Solution.

“…They were simply the best option. We purchased a top-quality imaging system which can benefit my patients and staff and we got it all at an amazing value…”Dr. Schweitzer currently helps over 6,000 individual patients in his practice. The keys to his success include a personal approach and a comfortable delivery of services that are convenient and affordable.  To this end, Mountain Lakes Medical has partnered with iCRco, an imaging device manufacturer for leading edge technologies including Digital Radiography and Computed Tomography solutions.  “We purchased their flat panel digital radiography solution so that we could maintain the highest level of care for our patients. Speed of imaging and convenient workflow are important to a practice that is as busy as we are. The iCRco AirDR digital radiographic solution has been a wonderful fit for our practice. We also utilize the iCRco image storage and reporting solution (PACS) to maintain our patient image records. The workflow is ideal and the integration is seamless. My staff was able to immediately adapt to the new technology and we have been producing high quality images since our first day. The installation was quick and easy and the system performance is unmatched.” Mountain Lakes Medical Center combines the familiarity of the Family Physician with the convenience of an Urgent Care Center to create a practice that serves many of their patient’s medical needs for today and the future.  

See what is next at Arab Health 2019

Arab Health | January 28 – January 31 | Dubai World Trade Centre GOLETA, CALIF. – The future of radiology relies on clinical variation, patient-centric healthcare, and new innovations. iCRco continues to push boundaries to help guide diagnosis and speed patient treatments, so you can deliver the care the world needs. Visit our booth at the Arab Health Expo from January 28th-31st at the Dubai World Trade Centre to learn more about what’s next in radiology.   Introducing Clarity Practice—an advanced RIS/PACS solution that allows you to securely utilize Clarity PACS and Clarity Practice while improving productivity for your radiology practice. The Clarity Practice is one simple interface providing a multi-modality practice management solution. Radiology Practices can achieve a fully automated workflow from the front desk and scheduling to billing. Clarity Practice provides easy monitoring of your workflow; completely customizable to improve productivity. The Claris XT CBCT captures diagnostic studies with three cesium sensors 17” by 17” detectors while providing the functionality of a traditional x-ray room. With its cesium sensor technology, studies for abdominal, chest, cranial, dental, and orthopedic applications are available through one streamlined workflow. The Claris XT’s low dose tomosynthesis modality provides low dose studies and high patient throughput.

End of Year Registration Drive!

GOLETA, CALIFORNIA – iCRco wants you to succeed in your field, not only by providing your practice with our excellent medical imaging machines but also by ensuring that the systems we provide are working optimally and effortlessly. We will keep your medical imaging equipment operating at peak performance so that you can keep focus on the care of your patients Ready to get more out of your current imaging system?Register to join the iCRco Community and take advantage of our one-stop service and support from iCRco experts that work in our factory.  Upgrade Now and Receive Huge BenefitsReceive Latest SoftwareUpdates & Features Updated Workflow FeaturesICE3 Updated Processing Algorithms to Improve Patient Images 

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SIGNALNDT Unveils New Technology

“For the first time in history, SignalNDT has created one system that can be used for all types of Digital Industrial Radiography.”

Earlier today SignalNDT, a division of company iCRco specializing in the development of Industrial Radiography and Computed Tomography solutions, announced the completion of its brand-new, exclusive 18 Bit, dual Log/Linearamplification board set for its line of CR/DR/CTdevices. This exclusive product, an 18 Bit data acquisition solution with hardware-based linear or log amplifiers selectable through the software interface, provides the basis for new kinds of CR/DR instruments. This advanced system features a turbo speed component procuring 2x sampling rates and providing the opportunity to reduce cycle time and improve throughput on all SignalNDT CR/DR/CT systems.   “This system design has taken over 2 years to perfect, and we continue to explore how we can extend the reach of Industrial Radiography using this new CR/DR/CT technology,” stated Stephen Neushul, President of iCRco Inc. SignalNDT has designed and developed the world’s only line of Large Area Curved Sensor CT solutions and is further expanding the capability of Industrial Radiography with the introduction of this new electronics board set.  SignalNDT has created an innovative digital solution that eliminates the question of Linear or Log data capture by consolidating the two separate amplification circuits on one motherboard.  This new system eliminates software transformations or data mapping after capture increasing product efficiency and allowing the user to focus on the acquisition of the best data set for the application.  With a software button, the user can select the type of data (Linear, Log, or Linear with a mapping function) they wish to acquire on the fly. For the first time in history, SignalNDT has created one system that can be used for all types of Digital Industrial Radiography.   Come visit our Booth #949 located next to the Exhibitor Lounge in Houston at the ASNT 2018 to learn more about our new system and check our new products.   Contact us for more information: Matthew Williams Lead Sales Engineer mwilliams@signalndt.com   signalndt.com

Request for Product Registration – Experience Amazing Benefits

Request for Product Registration for your iCRco Hardware & SoftwareGOLETA, CALIF. –This is a friendly and important reminder that all iCRco Products must be registered with our support staff. Registering your products is the only way to extend support coverage further. As you know iCRco manufactures the hardware and the software applications which make them integrated systems. These integrated systems give you one-stop support from iCRco experts that work in our factory.  Periodic Maintenance Guideline Imaging TestsWellhoeffer or DIN test tool exposure. (All CR and DR installations)Computed Radiography SystemsRemove front and back covers, clean/vacuum/brush and examine all connections, test PDB button check. Wipe down all surfaces, clean front surface optical mirrors. Reinstall all covers, and test unit, (check for any dust on mirror surfaces). Repeated Imaging TestsNote: The image should not be degraded after cleaning. If Wellhoeffer test passes, unit is registered. Update XC and Clarity InstallationThis is done over the internet, on a case by case basis.  This is either a manual installation, or an internet download, based on age of install.  About The CompanyFounded in 1990 by Stephen Neushul, iCRco, inc. has introduced a full range of digital-imaging solutions to serve medical imaging professionals. Pioneering introductions include the first single-plate digitizer to have True Flat Scan Path™ technology, iCRco now offers a full range of digital-imaging solutions, including CR, DR, cone-beam CT; image-acquisition, practice-management, and image-archiving software. For more information, contact iCRco at (310) 921–9559 or at marketing@icrcompany.com  

ANVISA approves iCRco for CR · DR · PACS in Brazil

GOLETA, CALIF. – iCRco, a ISO 13485 certified manufacturer of medical devices, announced today that is has successfully completed its annual ANVISA audit for the third consecutive year. Brazil is the largest medical device market in Latin America and has an established but complex regulatory system. Medical devices in Brazil are regulated by the Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária (ANVISA).“The regulatory standards and requirement for ANVISA are the most demanding.” said, Stephen Neushul, President and CEO for iCRco, Inc. “There are a number of reasons why a company would not complete their ANVISA audit. This can be anything from inadequate quality systems, invalid test methods, or lack of investigations of products that fail specifications.”  The (US) FDA is known for being tough but ANVISA is considered the toughest regulatory agency with respect to audits. Few foreign manufacturers are approved by ANVISA, and the region prefers home-made products imported in bulk and then packaged for consumers in Brazil.  Since the country is growing as a market for medical devices the demand is expected to pick up.  iCRco is currently approved to sell its CR, DR PACS and Mammography solutions in Brazil. It expects to have its full line of iDR digital systems approved later this year. “This completion of the ANVISA audit, for three consecutive years, is a testament to iCRco’s commitment to quality and regulatory standards.” added, Neushul. “The result of the inspection is the continuation of the certification for our CR, DR, PACS and recommendation to grant the certificate for our iDR series.”  In addition to its ANVISA status, iCRco is a ISO 13485 company.  The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) represents the requirements for a comprehensive quality management system for the design and manufacture of medical devices. ISO 13485 is now considered to be inline with standard and requirement for medical devices. About The Company Founded in 1990 by Stephen Neushul, iCRco, Inc. has introduced a full range of digital-imaging solutions to serve medical imaging professionals. Pioneering introductions include the first single-plate digitizer to have True Flat Scan Path™ technology, iCRco now offers a full range of digital-imaging solutions, including CR, DR, cone-beam CT; image-acquisition, practice-management, and image-archiving software.For more information, contact iCRco at (310) 921–9559 or at sales@icrcompany.com

SignalNDT Attends FENDT Conference

GOLETA, CALIF. – June 22, 2017 – Signal NDT, Inc. a division of iCRco, Inc. that designs digital imaging systems for non-destructive testing (NDT) has just announced that it will be exhibiting at the 2017 Far East NDT (FENDT) conference at the Shaanxi Guesthouse in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, China, from June 22–24, 2017. Signal NDT will have on hand a dynamic product line of industrial imaging systems led by the SignalX Cobalt & SignalX IR-192 at booth 9 and 10. Leading researchers, engineers, scientists, industrial professionals and students worldwide will have the chance to meet SIGNAL NDT’s team, experience its portfolio of technology and bridge with partners through innovation, research and industrial progress in the field of NDT. “SIGNAL NDT is unveiling its full line of NDT imaging systems to our partners in the Asia Pacific market.” said, Abhinav Singh, Global Sales Manager. ”We believe our solutions will attract the right opportunities to propel our NDT division to the next level” The FENDT conference aims to strengthen academic communication and promote innovation development of nondestructive testing which has rendered it the most important event for Nondestructive Evaluation/Testing in China since its inception in Nanjing, 2004.Singh added, “We are carefully surveying the market and presenting our technology to distributors and thought leaders around the world. We expect this conference will serve as an initial launching pad into these markets” Signal NDT, Inc. is directed by a team of industry leaders with an accomplished legacy of delivering precision imaging products since 1990. Signal NDT’s core competencies are in the specialized development and manufacturing of imaging systems and software. Signal NDT, Inc. guarantees quality throughout the life cycle of our products with a dedicated international network of experts on hand to give support; from drawing up specifications through to production and in-service support. Signal NDT, Inc. designs, develops, and manufactures everything in its factory in California, USA. About The CompanyFounded in 2017 by Stephen Neushul, Signal NDT, Inc. offers a full range of digital-imaging solutions designed to serve non-destructive testing (NDT) focused towards Aerospace, Power, Oil & Gas, X-ray Inspection, Security etc. Pioneering introductions include the first single-plate digitizer to have True Flat Scan Path™ technology, iCRco’s NDT division now offers a full range of digital-imaging solutions. For more informationFor more information, contact SIGNALNDT at (310) 921–9559 or at mwilliams@signalndt.com

iCRco UPS Systems

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The UPS does not last forever.

If the UPS is old, and the battery is not within specification, the UPS can actually damage the equipment it is supposed to be protecting. The manufacturers of UPS back-up systems suggest that the batteries should be replaced every 3 years. Be aware and replace the batteries in your UPS if it is older than three years.

If needed, iCRco can help by shipping a replacement UPS to your clinic.

A UPS is an Uninterruptible Power Supply. It ensures that medical imaging equipment receives clean power. In the event of a blackout or brownout, the UPS is taxed with supplying power to the PC and medical equipment ensuring protection against data loss and serious business disruption.

A UPS is made up of an internal battery that works as an emergency power system or standby generator that provide instantaneous protection from power interruptions. The on-battery run-time of most UPS’s is relatively short (only a few minutes) but sufficient to start a standby power source or properly shut down the protected equipment.

Not all UPS systems are the same, at iCRco we use Pure Sine Wave UPS systems that ensure the power from the UPS is the same as AC power from the wall. Lower end UPS systems provide partial Sine Wave power. Partial Sine Wave UPS systems cut the tops off the Sine Wave; these systems are significantly less expensive, but they do not supply power as if it came from a clean AC power source.

The main role of any UPS is to provide short-term power when the input power source fails. However, most UPS units are also capable in varying degrees of correcting common utility power problems such as voltage spikes and sag, harmonic distortion, and momentary reduction in input voltage.

In extreme cases, where power is a known issue, it pays to add an Isolation Transformer to the system to really isolate the medical equipment from potentially damaging electrical noise, or power spikes.

You cannot over capacitate your UPS by overfilling it with too much equipment. A UPS should be matched, or over-matched for the equipment that is being protected. iCRco UPS will cover the iCRco computer and the iCRco DR or CR digital X-ray sensor. Additional electronic devices may require additional UPS devices to fully protect the system.

Contact us today to learn more about how to get the right UPS for your needs.