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GoldSeal Certified Prodigy

GoldSeal Certified Prodigy

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Solid performance makes Prodigy* chosen worldwide Your practice demands dependable dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) assessment,
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Solid performance makes Prodigy* chosen worldwide Your practice demands dependable dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) assessment, and Prodigy delivers with industry-leading precision and low-dose radiation. You can depend on Prodigy to provide precise data on soft tissue and bone composition, including bone mineral density (BMD), lean- and fat-tissue mass, and percentage of fat. At the same time, Prodigy streamlines your patient care and practice workflow. Learn more with our GoldSeal brochure.

Additional Information

Prodigy DXA systems help enhance your patient care and practice workflow with the following benefits: TRUST One of the most proven DXA systems When it comes to DXA technology, you can’t go wrong with Prodigy. With third generation DXA technology refined over 30 years, and nearly 11,000 units installed in 93 countries, plus hundreds of peer-reviewed articles in leading journals, you can be assured of Prodigy’s ability to help you care for your patients. EFFICIENCY Optimal patient and practice management Prodigy efficiently provides you with accurate bone mineral density (BMD) and other body composition analyses. Prodigy’s advanced features not only help your DXA scanning process flow with ease, but they also help enable you to manage your patient data and business more effectively.

Tech Specs

Prodigy’s benefits are backed by a range of features: TRUST Advanced technology to help strengthen clinical confidence Published in hundreds of peer-reviewed journal articles Installed base of nearly 11,000 units in 93 countries Third generation DXA technology—with over 30 years of innovations since the first bone densitometry FDA clearance in 1980, including: Narrow-angle fan-beam with MVIR—that eliminates magnification error1 Direct-to-digital detector—that improves image quality and lowers dose compared to competitive systems2,3 Exceptional precision EFFICIENCY Streamlined DXA workflow with a full suite of automated tools and connectivity options Automated scan and analysis features, including: Supine Forearm: Performs supine-forearm scans without patient repositioning OneScan: Performs AP Spine and DualFemur exams without requiring patient repositioning between scans Previous Scan Image: Displays the image from an earlier assessment as the new image is acquired Full suite of efficient data-management tools, including: Composer: Customizable, automated reporting to help manage patient care Multi-User Database: Allows multiple workstations to access DXA scan files simultaneously; allows multiple GE bone densitometers to acquire and save scan files to a common database; and allows remote analysis and reporting via network. Batch Output: Expands reporting capability by outputting multiple exams, whether printed or sent to DICOM Database Export: Expands data exporting options to include tab-delimited files (i.e. Excel) Business tools to manage your DXA offering, including: Connectivity tools: Transmit data where you need it with DICOM (IHE compliant), HL7, SQL Server and TeleDensitometry Practice management tools: Help increase patient awareness and drive physician referrals Remote service support See additional features in the latest enCORE software. REFERENCES 1. Boudousq V. (2004) Image Resolution and Magnification Using a Cone Beam Densitometer: Optimizing Data Acquisition for Hip Morphometric Analysis; Osteoporos Int. 2005 Jul;16(7):813-22. Epub 2004 Oct 16. 2. S.M. Hunt et al, “Changing Bone Densitometers in Clinical Practice: Effect on Precision Error”, Presented at the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research Annual Meeting, September 23-27, 2005, Nashville, TN, USA. 3. Dose comparison based on information collected from Hologic’s DiscoveryTM Series and Explorer TM Technical Specifications Manual, December 2003 and GE Lunar’s Safety Information and Technical Specifications, October 2008