OKI’s new printers can integrate with clinical imaging systems

OKI1The new printers can communicate with both clinical imaging equipment and administration computers, which allow using one printer for both functions. (Image source: OKI)Japan-based printing solutions provider OKI has released Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) printers for hospitals, clinics and medical training establishments

As the international standard for handling, storing, printing and transmission of medical imaging, the four DICOM printers – C610DM, C711DM, C831DM and C910DM – are fully embedded with DICOM print servers.

Using LED printing technology, the printers offer high-quality, cost-effective colour or monochrome output, without the need for conversion software or external hardware.

Partick Rabel, director of the medical solution department at OKI, said, “We are pleased to demonstrate the ways in which the new printers can integrate with clinical imaging systems to meet both DICOM and a range of office printing needs. OKI printing solutions are known for their media flexibility, high-quality output, reliability, ease-of-use and low total cost of ownership.”

According to Rabel, the machines can handle A3 and A4 media for non-diagnostic X-rays, nuclear medicine scans and ultrasounds with image interpretation and integrity.

The C610DM, C711DM, C831DM and C910DM are also ideal for dentists and veterinary practices, added Rabel.

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