GE Lunar DRX IQ Bone Desitometer
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GE Lunar DRX IQ Bone Desitometer

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Research-grade analysis to help you manage your patients with confidence

In your search for answers to a patient’s health concerns, information is everything. And Lunar DRX IQ provides the data and images you need. Whether you’re assessing bone density, fracture risk, body composition, or pediatric development, Lunar DRX IQ gives you a clear glimpse inside the body.

Lunar DRX IQ offers research-grade image resolution and exacting precision, designed to provide you a high degree of clinical confidence across body types. Consider Lunar DRX IQ not only for today’s needs but also as an enduring platform for the future.
GE Medical LUNAR DPX is the world's most popular densitometer,
delivering excellent clinical utility at a reasonable price.

LUNAR DPX-IQ sets the performance standard for fast, precise measurements, low patient dose, and high-resolution imaging. The 1-minute AP spine, 2-minute femur, and 4-minute total body scans provide high patient throughput yet ensure excellent precision (0.5% spine, 1.0% femur, 0.5% total body).
LUNAR DPX-IQ comes with LUNAR's highly automated, sophisticated software for AP spine, femur, total body, and tissue quantitation. A wide selection of optional applications are available at an affordable price.

DPX-IQ image quality is second only to the LUNAR EXPERT-XL.
LUNAR DPX-IQ image quality is second only to the near-radiographic images of the LUNAR EXPERT-XL with dose levels 2-3X lower than other DEXA densitometers (total body dose is over 50X lower).
LUNAR DPX-IQ requires a minimum of valuable room space. It is available in either a full (240 cm) or compact (180 cm) length. Only the scanner arm moves during examinations -- not the table. This mechanical simplicity ensures years of reliable results and dependable, quiet service.
Leading medical institutions, hospitals, clinics, and other specialized practices use the LUNAR DPX. The majority of clinical trials use LUNAR densitometers, with over 60 pharmaceutical companies using DPX densitometers to conduct research and clinical trials on bone.

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