SCHICK Accudexa Bone Densitometer

accuDEXA assesses the phalanx of the middle finger. This BMD value is a relative indicator of bone density elsewhere in the body

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Quick BMD screening

Increased quality of care
accuDEXA enables physicians to comply with National Osteoporosis Testing recommendations, and helps manage periodic osteoporosis screening for at-risk patients.

Low Radiation
Scatter to the operator is only 1/15,000th of the weekly radiation exposure limit. Patient exposure is 0.0003 uSv or 1/150,000th of a typical chest x-ray.

Clinically Proven
The accuDEXA analyzes the finger, a site with over 50 years of clinical acceptance. accuDEXA's low precision error (<1%) allows for the detection of changes over time.

Ease of use
accuDEXA's finger measurement procedure requires no messy creams or gels, and the patient does not need to remove any garments in order to take the test. The scan time is less than ten seconds, and the overall exam can be completed in two minutes. With its touchscreen front panel, accuDEXA is completely self contained and does not require an external computer.

Important features include

    Quick BMD screening
    Hand test takes 1 minute, (not foot, much more patient friendly)
    Self-test every start-up
    HP printer included for printed test results. (not shown in pictures but included)
    Unit manufactured in 2003 and in excellent condition
    Packed in factory custom box for safe shipment

Operating the accuDEXA is just as easy. After placing the patient's hand in the unit, just follow a simple set of commands in the view screen. In 30 seconds you have the results you need. It's as simple as taking their blood pressure!

accuDEXA assesses the phalanx of the middle finger. This BMD value is a relative indicator of bone density elsewhere in the body. AccuDEXA BMD estimates can also be used as an aid to the physican in determining fracture risk. Additionally, phalangeal density tests have shown in studies with Radiographic Absorptiometry to be more predictive than both forearm and spine BMD tests in predicting vertebral deformity.

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