Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR)

Improve Patient Management in X-Ray Diagnostics

Dynamic Digital Radiography Key Features

Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR) is a novel X-ray technology that provides a series of individual digital images acquired at high speed and low dose. The resulting cine loop enables clinicians to observe the dynamic motion of anatomical structures over time, enhancing diagnostic capabilities.


DDR capabilities with the new mobile AeroDR TX enables portable exam anytime and anywhere in ICU department and/ or patient ward improving diagnostic capabilities.

Clinical value

DDR presents a 17″ x 17″ view of quantifiable and functional findings not detected with standard X-ray.


Visualize and quantify movement, interaction, dynamic density, change over time, and pathophysiology.


Full exams are performed in minutes with the same workflow of a standard x- ray.

Low cost

DDR may reduce the need for advanced imaging like CT, MRI and scintigraphy.


DDR uses low radiation, does not require contrast, and can be performed in multiple positions.