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The MAMMOEXPRESS mobile digital mammography unit has the potential to reduce breast cancer morbidity and mortality by improving access to screening for women in hard to reach or medically-underserved communities. With the potential to link the digital image transfer through to a specialist reporting centre, it is also an opportunity to bring subspecialty breast imaging expertise to more of the population. The MAMMOSCAN is designed with a high level of resistance to the environmental factors such as vibration, extreme temperatures and humidity which can be experienced in a mobile facility. This provides the users with a high level of reliability that is not usually available in flat panel systems. The compact and robust design supplemented with high heat capacity X-Ray tube means that MAMMOEXPRESS is a unique offering for mobile mammography screening.



  • Extreme reliability to the external environment factors
  • 27-micron pixel technology for uncompromised imaging
  • Unbeatable compactness and robust design
  • Quick return of investments due to effective cost and high throughput
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TELEMATIC MEDICAL APPLICATIONS provides certified quality management system for every aspect of our activities (products and services). TELEMATIC MEDICAL APPLICATIONS is certified by TUV AUSTRIA HELLAS according to international standards EN ISO 9001: 2015, EN ISO 13485:2016 and proved compliant with the provisions of the Ministerial Order ΔΥ8/1348/2004 regarding the retainment of principles and orders for the suitable distribution of medical and telemedicine products.

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