Known for superior quality and efficiency of their innovative imaging tables and accessories, Image Diagnostics has reduced its MSRP pricing structure by 20 percent on their Pain Management and General Purpose imaging table product line. Effective June 1, 2018, this MSRP price reduction is in anticipation of their next generation of revolutionary products, soon to be unveiled.
Pioneering the development of fully cantilevered tables for pain and spine applications, Image Diagnostics’ tables have a unique design that provides unparalleled access and imaging area for full visualization of the neck and spine. Table models included in this price reduction are Image Diagnostics’ Aspect 100RTL, 100RT, 100T, and 100E tables, all designed for optimum ergonomics, functionality, usability, and efficiency with the highest quality materials.
“We have several disruptive products in development that we’re proud to introduce soon,” says Remo Rossi, founder and president of Image Diagnostics. “Leading up to the introduction of the new line, we want to give our customers the opportunity to purchase our premium tables, which are the most efficient, light weight and high quality in their class, at a highly competitive and affordable price comparable to that of lower cost brands.”
Hospitals, surgery centers, and private practice clinics will find Image Diagnostics tables to be an exceptional investment with an unparalleled extended warranty option, lightweight design for cost savings in shipping and setup along with easy maneuverability and battery powered operation. All IDI tables are designed to minimize cumbersome crevices and cords for easy cleaning resulting in less procedure room downtime during the cleaning process and the possibility of more procedures to be performed daily.
IDI tables are lightweight and with 5-inch casters, easy to position. A 2 inch thick table top pad is standard for optimal patient comfort and IDI’s Clear View pad structure provides cushioning and support during extended procedures without increasing dose or sacrificing radiolucency and image quality. With motorized elevation, Trendelenburg tilt, lateral roll, and longitudinal travel, no detail was spared in IDI’s attention to functionality and positioning versatility.