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Our Service & Technology

We provide a fully mobile radiographic service – we bring the x-ray equipment to you!

The Equipment We Use
Our mobile radiographic equipment is unique and specialised, allowing us to x-ray patients in the comfort and convenience of their own home, rest-home or hospital.


Compact and completely portable, we can cater for patients to be x-rayed in their own bed, chair, or wherever is most appropriate and comfortable for the patient.


We now have eight vehicles utilising the latest in digital technology.


We continue to strive to be leaders in our field, ensuring we have the most up to date technology and equipment. Providing a fast and friendly service is only half of what we offer – we also pride ourselves on the quality of the x-rays we produce, enabling radiologists to make accurate assessments.

Our digital solutions from FUJIFILM enables us to use a compact and lightweight x-ray unit with Dynamic Visualisation for superior contrast and density of images.   We can preview the images just two seconds after an exposure is made, meaning images can be checked quickly for ultimate efficiency.


On-Site Processing
We have eight vehicles on the road, servicing the greater Auckland area. We also e-deliver the x-rays to the radiologist, ensuring a prompt and accurate diagnosis.


The referring GP can access the images online via Radiology PAC’s.

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The Benefits Of In-Home Radiology


Radiology at Home Can Prevent Delirium in Elderly Patients
By Rob Goodier


NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Aug 10 – At-home x-rays may reduce the delirium elderly patients can suffer during the procedure, new research suggests. A pilot study of 69 patients found that 17% of those who had x-rays in the hospital – but none of those treated at home — suffered delirium and required treatment.


“Modern portable x-ray units are light enough to be easily transported and used in the home and may spare frail patients the trauma of transportation and unfamiliar surroundings as well as other hospital-associated adverse effects,” said Dr. Vittoria Tibaldi at the University of Torino, Italy, and her team in a research letter published online August 8 in Archives of Internal Medicine.

The research supports a body of evidence showing that home care can reduce in-patient symptoms, including delirium, nosocomial infection, falls and complications that health care workers can inadvertently cause.


Dr. Tibaldi’s team enrolled the 69 patients from a group of 123 who met their eligibility criteria in a home care program at a single hospital. Criteria included being immobilized or chair bound, acutely ill and at intermediate or high risk of delirium, plus in need of x-rays of the chest, pelvis, hips, joints, upper or lower limbs, hands or feet.


The researchers randomized 34 patients to a home care group and 35 to hospital care. In most cases, the x-rays were used to monitor suspected congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or pneumonia. The quality of at-home imaging was similar to that of the hospital, and the x-rays confirmed 70% of clinical suspicions in both groups. While 17% of the patients in the hospital suffered delirium within a few hours after the x-ray, none of the home-care patients experienced the condition, and 94% rated their procedures as “very good” or “excellent.”


The result, the researchers warn, may be skewed because of the small sample size and the high experience level of the home-care teams in this study. “Nevertheless, this pilot trial suggests that health care is going home,” Dr. Tibaldi’s team concludes.




Arch Intern Med 2011.

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