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Captain Wedge Antilles and Other Uses for X-Ray Technology

Yesterday, company dog Captain Wedge Antilles, or Wedge for short, went to the veterinary office for some imaging. He needed x-rays after several days of stomach troubles. With the use of x-ray technology, the veterinarian was able to eliminate digestive issues that could be caused by life threatening blockages or signs of disease.

We often have fun with x-rays here at Creative Electron. Tearing down new apple products and x-raying the best that Best Buy has to offer, is a great time. However, it is also important to remember the significance of the technology created by the Creative Electron team. From electronics, to food inspection and medical applications, our Truview systems provide an innovative platform to make the world a better, safer place.

“It was cool seeing the technology I work around being put into action for the greater good,” remarks content manager Ashley Walsh. “Not only just imaging for my dog, looking around the office I saw a variety of medical equipment that needed an x-ray to come to life. Whether for investigative prototyping or quality control, x-ray advancement has been an instrumental tool in the evolution of medical technology. I am proud to work for a company that creates life saving technology.”

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