5 reasons to incorporate InnoDen's BIOX into your practice

July 10, 2013

The BIOX portable x-ray device is lightweight and easy to operate. Designed to save time and money, it can take up to 100 x-rays when it’s fully charged, and the large LCD screen displays information in an easy to understand format. Here are 5 reasons you might want to incorporate the BIOX portable x-ray device into your practice:

The BIOX portable x-ray device is lightweight and easy to operate. Designed to save time and money, it can take up to 100 x-rays when it’s fully charged, and the large LCD screen displays information in an easy to understand format.

Here are 5 reasons you might want to incorporate the BIOX portable x-ray device into your practice:

1. It's convenient: Clinicians can take BIOX from operatory to operatory or from one office to another, eliminating the need for wall-mounted x-ray units in every room. At 4.8lbs, the lightweight BIOX is easy for clinicians to transport when visiting patients, traveling to rural areas or on humanitarian efforts. 

2. Improved accuracy: Improves accuracy: BIOX is supported by a micro-computer and specialized circuits that monitor and regulate exposure factors such as kV, mA and exposure time, making BIOX very precise and enabling the unit to produce quality x-rays on-the-go. This allows more in-procedure x-rays during a long procedure or an operation and eliminates the need to take in-procedure x-rays with traditional wall-mounted units, making the process easier and faster.

3. Better productivity/patient experience: There is no need to leave the room when taking x-rays. BIOX increases confidence and productivity, resulting in better oral care and patient experience.

4. Cost effective: One BIOX does the job of many wall-mounted x-ray units. BIOX x-rays take much less time than conventional x-rays, and that saves both time and money.

5. Versatile: BIOX works with “digital” or “film” by selecting preset exposure time (0.01 ~ 1.6 sec) modes providing optimal results every time.

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