How Digital X-Ray Machines Assist Veterinarian Work: Introducing SONTU’s TUTOM50E

Digital X-ray machines have become increasingly important in veterinary practice, providing fast, efficient, and accurate imaging of animals. In this blog post, we’ll explore how digital X-ray machines assist veterinarian work and introduce SONTU’s TUTOM50E portable DR system.

Benefits of Digital X-Ray Machines in Veterinary Practice

Digital X-ray machines offer several benefits in veterinary practice. First, they provide fast and efficient imaging of animals. With digital X-ray machines, images can be captured and processed in seconds, allowing veterinarians to quickly diagnose and treat the animal.

Digital X-ray machines also provide more accurate imaging than traditional X-ray machines. With traditional X-ray machines, images can be blurry or distorted due to improper exposure or improper positioning of the animal. Digital X-ray machines, on the other hand, provide high-quality, clear images that can be easily manipulated and adjusted to provide better visualization of the area being examined.

Another benefit of digital X-ray machines is that they produce less radiation than traditional X-ray machines. This is important for the safety of both the animal and the veterinarian.

SONTU’s TUTOM50E Portable DR System: How Can It Benefit

SONTU is a leading provider of digital X-ray machine solutions, including the TUTOM50E portable DR system designed specifically for veterinary practice. The TUTOM50E features a high-frequency generator with 8kW output, making it a top-of-the-line model that provides reliable and powerful performance every time.

The TUTOM50E is also designed with portability in mind, making it easy to move from one location to another. It has a 7-inch touch screen with APR and parameter setting, making it easy to operate. The portable battery power supply (optional) can take up to 200 images when fully charged, and supports 110V and 220V charging. Additionally, the TUTOM50E comes with professional measurement tools, including VHS (vertebral heart size measurement function), TTA (tibial trochanteric advancement measurement function), TPLO (tibial plateau leveling osteotomy measurement function), and HD (hip dysplasia measurement function).

Conclusion

In conclusion, digital X-ray machines provide fast, efficient, and accurate imaging of animals in veterinary practice. SONTU’s TUTOM50E portable DR system stands out due to its innovative and high-quality design, advanced technology, and commitment to safety. With its high-frequency generator, friendly operation, portability, low radiation, and professional measurement tools, the TUTOM50E is an ideal solution for veterinarians looking to provide fast and accurate imaging of animals. Choose SONTU for reliable and efficient medical imaging solutions that prioritize safety, performance, and ease of use.

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