X-Ray Test Device Receives Prestigious Award
MDEA, the premier awards program for the medical technology community, recognizes TNT 12000 X-Ray Test Device for…
- Best-in-class design
- Groundbreaking innovation
- Changing the face of healthcare
Fluke Biomedical’s best-in-class new TNT 12000 X-Ray Test Device has been awarded the prestigious Medical Design Excellence Award (MDEA) in the radiological and electromechanical devices category. The MDEA competition is the premier awards program for the medical technology community recognizing groundbreaking innovations changing the face of healthcare today.
Chosen by a multidisciplinary panel representing engineering, medicine, human-factors technology, industrial design, manufacturing, and other healthcare and design-related fields, the TNT 12000 X-Ray Test Device was selected as one of the top medical technology breakthroughs of 2010. Earning highest marks in design, technology, innovation, user-related features, and benefits to both patients and the overall healthcare system, the TNT 12000 X-Ray Test Device is considered best-in-class for its contribution to improving patient safety, reducing cost, improving systems uptime, ease of use, and overall innovation in the field of diagnostic imaging quality assurance.
“We are proud our innovative new TNT 12000 X-Ray Test Device and our teams that brought it to market are being distinguished with this prestigious award,” notes Rod Jones, President of Fluke Biomedical. “This honor recognizes our longtime commitment to be the best at delivering innovative solutions to improve the quality of global health.”
We asked a real TNT 12000 user
What is the #1 benefit of the TNT 12000 in your personal experience?
"The TNT 12000 makes my testing regime very simple and very simple to explain."
How would you rate the ease of use of the TNT 12000 compared to devices you’ve used in the past?
"The TNT 12000 has a very high ease of use. On a scale of 1-10, I’d call it a 9."
Would you recommend the TNT 12000 as a good investment to other industry professionals, and if so why?Frederic Mis PhD, CHP
"Yes, and not only to other physicists but also to state agencies who need to go in and test equipment. This is something they can hang their hat on and call it the industry standard for test accuracy."