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I can truthfully say that after eight months of using our Universal Anthem DR X-Ray the unit has performed beyond our expectations. Installation was quick and easy, and we have not had a single problem since we started using the system. Early on, when we were adjusting to the new software, technical support was needed, and was found to be quick, accurate, informative, and effective. The questions our technicians had were resolved completely. Considering operation of the unit, our technicians have constantly been impressed by the ease in taking an image. The software is easy to understand and to use. In the last eight months, we have emailed images to three different board certified radiologists for interpretation, and I specifically asked them for their impressions as to the quality of the images, and they all felt that they were what were expected from a high end DR system.

When purchasing the equipment, I did review every brand of DR that was available to Veterinarian’s at the time. The Universal Anthem DR System had all the “bells and whistles” that all the other systems had, but at a price point that was a pleasant surprise. In reviewing the Universal system, it became apparent that they had been active in DR technology for a number of years in the human radiology field, and they were not just a new player on the field. As a result, Universal knew what they were doing when they produced the Anthem System for Veterinarians.

Please feel free to have anyone call me that may have an interest in purchasing the Universal Anthem DR, or have them call and come by the clinic for a demonstration by our technicians.

H. J. Krug, DVM
Campbell Village Veterinary Hospital

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page0_3-3Universal - AVCHOICE
Comprehensive, efficient and cost-effective

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page0_3-3AMERICOMP - V30HF
All the Features you need, at a price you can afford!

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page0_3-3 JPI- DynaVue
Fluorosopy and Digital X-Ray in One System



AVChoice systems are equipped with an integrated tube stand with variable SID and an anatomically programmed, high frequency generator providing a cost effective and time saving solution for the veterinarian who seeks maximum capability in minimal space.

Key benefits of the Universal AV Choice include:
  • Control console on swing out arm mounts to tube stand
  • Welded construction table with urine trap
  • 400 lbs. patient weight capacity
  • Exposure foot switch and electric release strips
  • Available with a stationary, 2-way or 4-way float top table
  • Generator located inside table cabinet
  • Optional variable SID configuration

AV Choice Standard Features:
  • Welded table construction with urine trap
  • Integrated tubestand travels full length of table
  • Angulating tube arm
  • Angulation dial and operator handle
  • Electric table locks on 2-way and 4-way float top tables
  • Foot activated exposure switch
  • Grid cabinet with tube stand interlock and: 8:1 ratio, 103 line, 34-44" focal range
  • Manual cassette tray
  • Non certified manual collimator with built-in spare collimator bulb
  • X-ray tube: 140,000 heat unit, 1.0-2.0mm focal spots with 90°horn angle
  • Pair 20' high voltage cables, federal terminations
  • Available in three models:
  • Stationary top, 2-way float top, or 4-way float top
  • CR / DR upgradeable

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page0_3-3AV30HF Integrated High Frequency System

The AV3oHF System
produces x-ray images with improved resolution and contrast while affording the operator fast, easy technique selection.
Compared to conventional 60 Hertz generators,High Frequency technology produces more x-ray in less time. Exposure time reduction will minimize image blur caused by motion.

By producing a more effective kV, HF technology improves penetration power, allowing for lower kV settings. The resulting scatter radiation is minimized, eliminating gray,fogged films.

The front mounted control panel provides important exposureinformation and easy access for persons of any height. Completely sealed from animal fluids.

Digital Display
Important exposure information is prominently displayed on the system tubestand, easily within the operator’s line of sight. Special protective covers eliminate any possible animal damage.

Simplex™ CassetteTray
  • The patented Simplex™ cassette tray has no moving parts, so it’s twice as easy to load.
  • Accepts 8 x 10, 10 x 12 and 14 x 17 inch cassettes in thelong or cross directions.

Standard Features

  • Convenient Light Beam Collimator Provides a high intensity light field forquick, accurate positioning.
  • Swivel mechanism facilitates table-top procedures.

Optional Features
  • Table-top extension (either end) adds 12″ of table length for very large animals or standing lateral views.
  • Tie-down brackets offer non-manual restraint capabilities.
  • Out-of-room exposure switch allows you to leave the table when taking exposures.
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DynaVue logo
Fluorosopy and Digital X-Ray in One System

DynaVue is the brand new
2-in-1 Digital Radiography (DR) and Fluoroscopy solution for veterinary interventional radiology examination. This new system from JPI makes available advanced technology typically associated with the best and busiest imaging centers to veterinary practices around the world in a space-saving total imaging solution.

Some advantages of DynaVue include:
  • Unique, large 36 x 43 cm Field of View
  • Minimally invasive diagnosis and therapeutic procedures
  • Real-time image processing (8 FPS for fluoroscopy)
  • No image distortion caused by C-arm

DynaVue combines user-friendly design and great image quality using a photodiode sensor array (PSA) and wavelet transform, which provides enhanced, real-time fluoroscopy. Image speeds are up to 20 FPS without processing or 7.5 FPS with applied post image processing, for real-time visibility.

Features of DynaVue include:
  • 2-in-1 (Fluoroscopy and DR)
  • Enhanced movement with 4-way floating table
  • 23" touchscreen display
  • 10 kW monoblock type; 15 kW inverter-based system
  • Pulsed fluoroscopy offers reduced dose

Applications for DynaVue are plentiful:
  • Minimally invasive fracture repair
  • Intraluminal stenting for trachael collapse treatment
  • Treating urethral and colonic obstructive disease
  • Vascular procedures
  • Orthopedic procedures
  • Contrast studies of the gastrointestinal tract

DynaVue is Powered by ExamVue Software
  • Frame rate control to acquire real-time images up to 20 FPS
  • DICOM Cine-loop Display (with Previous, Pause, Play, and image slider bar)
  • Imaging and Annotation Tools (VHS, Norberg Angle, Zoom, Pan, Crop, Invest, Rotation, Angle, Label, Text)
  • Powerful User Features (Image Import/Export, Image Comparison, Multi-view, Image Expansion, Full Screen, Auto-collimation, Reject/Accept, Image Capture, Smart APR (Anatomic Programmed Radiography)
  • Smart Window Level
  • DICOM 3.0 Compatibility
  • Post image processing mode for each body part
  • Changeable skin color (green tea, strawberry, mint, chocolate, banana, vanilla)

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JPI Portables
Using These Portable Powerhouse Generators...
You Can Configure Your Portable System Three Different Ways!
• Portable • Mobile • Stationary
240H - High-Frequency Generator
Designed for Small and Medium Animals


  • High frequency inverter type generator
  • Digital displays of kV, mAs and exposure time(sec.)
  • Self-manageable APR function with memory keys
  • Stable output by dynamic voltage compensator
  • Self-detection of error conditions
  • Available bucky interface kit
  • Powerful output covering most radiographic technique
  • Superb images with a high quality, small focal spot X-ray tube
  • Excellent reproducibility not offered by line voltage fluctuation
  • Reduced the hazards of X-ray radiation
  • Prolonged lifetime of X-ray tube
  • Plug into ordinary power outlets
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With Jones X-Ray & JPI America, Quality is Affordable!

9020H for Equine
Designed for equine and small animals

Lighter and more powerful than almost any other equine unit, this hand held generator is small enough to be held and positioned easily yet strong enough for even the most difficult stifle and spine exposures. The 9020HF comes digital-ready, with both our standard heavy duty hand switch and an RJ-11 cord socket for interfacing with digital detectors.


  • High frequency inverter type generator (100kHz)
  • Digital display: kV, mAs
  • Self diagonisis function to detect error conditions
  • Self manageable APR function with memory key (5 exposure conditions)
  • Excellent reproducibility not affected by line voltage variation
  • Max output power: 1.44 kW
  • High frequency inverter type (100kHz)
  • kV rating: 40~90kV, 1kV increment
  • mA rating: max 20mA
  • mAs rating: 0.4 ~ 32 mAs, 93steps at each kV step
  • Exposure time: 0.02 ~ 2.0 sec
  • Cool-down period: 2 min at maximum output
  • Total filtration: min. 2.55 mm Al eq.
  • X-ray tube: focal spot size: 1.22mm, target angle: 19 degrees
  • Anode heat storage capacity: 10kJ
  • Full field light beam collimator with laser pointer
  • Weight: Approx. 13lbs (6kg)
  • Dimensions: 144(W) x 295 (D) x (157(H), excluding hand grip
  • Line input power: 110VAC or 220VAC, 50/60Hz
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With Jones X-Ray & JPI America, Quality is Affordable!

JPI J-Stand - Mobile Vet System with Wheels
Designed for Small and Medium Animals

The JPI J-Stand is a sturdy and extremely stable mobile X-ray platform intended for veterinary clinics, sports medicine and other mobile X-ray applications. J-Stand can take either the veterinary or medical versions of the 135H X-ray generator. It can be raised to a maximum focal spot height of 70" and extended 40" over a bed or table at a height of 4’

The JPI J-Stand Specifications:
  • Max. focal spot height: 70"
  • Up-down by gear crank
  • Disassemble structure for outdoor us
With Jones X-Ray & JPI America, Quality is Affordable!



DR Digital offers many advantages over conventional analog (film) x-ray. You will save money on film, chemistry & dark room maintenance. You will save the space a dark room takes up. You will save valuable time with each exposure AND you will reduce radiation exposure to your patients. There are many options for transitioning to a digital x ray solution. Many existing x-ray systems can be upgraded to make use of digital x ray, or you can just replace an entire room with a Direct Radiography (DR) system.




    DR - Digital Radiography has typically been found in large Private Practice, Orthopedic and Hospital settings... DR is usually the most expensive method of "going digital" but it also affords the highest quality image because the x-ray photons are directly producing the image. In the Digital Flat Plate Technology, there is no medium as in CR with cassettes or CCD technology with the conversion of light energy.

    The DR plate is a series of horizontal and vertical wires that compose a matrix to receive x-ray photons after they pass through the patient. The plate is mounted either in the wall or under the table (or both) to receive the image. During x-ray, the photons will penetrate through the patient and gather in the small squares or pixels. The number of photons in the square determines the darkness of the pixel on the image. The digital raidograph appears on the monitor in less that 6 seconds.

    The DR plates are expensive to make, and are frequently purchased as a single Image Receptor (in the table or wall holder). The Plate is usually tethered to a cord that is connected to the computer and must be moved from the table bucky to the wall bucky for upright imaging. Some have considered this the weakest link in Digital Flat Plate Technology. Today, manufactures are receiving FDA clearance for wireless transmission which will eliminate the cord.



    CR - COMPUTED RADIOGRAPHY is very similar to the procedural method of film based radiography. The Image Receptor is a cassette with special Image Phosphors mounted inside. The cassette is positioned in the very same manner as conventional x-ray, either table top or table/wall bucky. During x-ray, the phosphors will capture x-ray photons that pass through the patient. The cassette with the phosphor plate (and recorded image) is then sent through the CR Reader. Inside the reader, a laser will energize the phosphors and they will release the photon energy. The energy emitted is captured by an analog digital converter (think scanner), and sent to the computer as a "digital radiograph".

    CR is the least expensive method "to go digital" and for some time has been the preferred method for private practice physicians. The system simply replaces the processor, darkroom, and all of the costly consumables that are needed with conventional radiography. But wait… DR - DIRECT DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY is faster, better and cost are coming down!



    The advent of digital imaging has created an overwhelming interest and many questions on the part of Practitioners. Just as with radiographic equipment, there are multiple choices in capturing digital images. For most, the ability to manipulate and share the image electronically along with elimination of the darkroom, processor, film, chemical and maintenance are on the top of the list of reasons to consider digital imaging. Digital imaging is quickly taking hold in the Medical, Chiropractic and Veterinary markets as costs have declined.

    Digital radiology represents the greatest technological advancement in medical imaging over the last decade. The use of radiographic films in x ray imaging might become obsolete in a few years. An appropriate analogy that is easy to understand is the replacement of typical film cameras with digital cameras. Images can be immediately acquired, deleted, modified, and subsequently sent to a network of computers.

    The benefits from digital radiology are enormous. It can make a radiological facility or department film-less. The referring physician can view the requested image on a desktop, laptop, tablet or a smart phone and often report in just a few minutes after the examination was performed. The images are no longer held in a single location; but can be seen simultaneously by physicians who are miles apart. In addition, the patient can have the x ray images on a compact disk to take to another physician or hospital.





    Before deciding to make the switch from CR to DR, it is important to understand what the differences between the technologies mean to you and your practice. Rather than taking pages and pages answering this question from a technical approach, let’s look at what it means practically.



    Before deciding to make the switch from CR to DR, it is important to understand what the differences between the technologies mean to you and your practice. Rather than taking pages and pages answering this question from a technical approach, let’s look at what it means practically.


    The most valuable resource
    Let’s explore how DR can save your department one of its most precious assets: Time.

    If you currently are working with CR in your department, you have probably worn out a few pairs of shoes with the amount of steps you’ve taken between the bucky and the processor; and you’ve probably become better at shuffling cassettes than a blackjack dealer shuffling cards.

    This is where the first advantage of DR comes in. Rather than swapping cassettes between the bucky and the processor, the image transfers electronically and automatically to the workstation once the x-ray is taken. That’s right, you can just leave the cassette right where it is until the exam is done or you need to move the cassette for another view.

    Flexibility and portability
    The next advantage brings us to your portable x-ray unit. Traditionally, with both film and CR, you didn’t know what your x-ray looked like until you got back to your department. With DR, because your workstation goes with you, there is immediate knowledge on your positioning and technique.

    This is also helpful for those bedside interpretations by physicians, say, in the ICU when they are checking for placement of a line or intubation, the image is visible in seconds, as opposed to waiting for the film to be processed and sent to your PACS for them to see.

    Additionally, if a positioning change is needed, a small adjustment can be made and the image may be repeated, rather than the long walk of shame back to the patient’s room where the entire exam must begin again.

    Lowering radiation dose and achieving higher image quality
    Outside of the time savings to the department and the staff, there is also an arguably more important savings happening with DR when compared to CR, and that is radiation dose.

    Two mainstream DR panel technologies exist today, which are CsI (Cesium Iodide) and Gadox (Gadolinium Oxysulfide). Between the two, CsI requires less radiation to get an equivalent image when compared with Gadox. Depending on which type of DR panel, dose reduction can be as much as 2 to 3 times when compared to CR. Not only are CsI detectors capable of lower dose requirements, they also have the potential for the highest image quality, which will make reads faster and more accurate.

    While the CsI detector is a major part of this equation, the software of the vendor you choose has great influence on the final image, as well.

    The investment mindset
    So, is there any reason not to switch to DR? That comes down to really one thing: upfront cost.

    While cost is always a concern, it is important to consider upgrading to DR as an investment. As mentioned earlier, saved time can directly translate into money saved, usually due to the ability to perform a greater number of exams each day.

    There is also the cost of maintaining CR cassettes to consider. Because the processor disassembles and reassembles CR cassettes with each use, this results in inevitable--and not insignificant--wear and tear. Remember, the DR panel requires no manual processing.

    Avoid reimbursement reduction
    Finally, there is the upcoming Medicare reimbursement reduction slated to begin in this year for facilities that have not made the switch to DR.

    As part of an initiative to encourage U.S. healthcare providers to adopt DR, Medicare began reducing payments for analog x-ray exams in 2017. This year, even sites using CR will begin to see reimbursement fall—first by seven percent for five years, and then by ten percent.

    Changing from CR to DR is a decision every radiology department must consider, eventually, if they haven’t already. At a certain level, the question isn’t as much if, but when, and understanding the differences between CR and DR and even amongst differing DR systems is vital.


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