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X-ray equipment can help detect a range of conditions, being instrumental in safeguarding the health of populations. With diagnostics being such a vital component of strong, resilient healthcare systems, x-rays are particularly valuable in minimising risks and helping save lives.

Having supplied essential medical commodities including mammography supplies, digital radiography equipment, dental radiography equipment and different types of x-ray system components to over 44 countries globally, Unimed has extensive experience in the field, creating bespoke procurement solutions entirely tailored to clients’ needs.

What is X-Ray Equipment Used For?


X-ray equipment is utilised to create images of the inside of the body, providing an extremely effective way of looking at bones and helping diagnose a number of medical conditions in both children and adults.

There are different types of x-rays, including radiography, fluoroscopy, mammography, angiography and computed tomography (CT), with many requiring different types of medical imaging equipment.

X-rays are a non-invasive and painless way to diagnose, monitor ongoing therapy, support treatment planning and guide doctors during certain procedures, as well as helping medical professionals make more accurate diagnoses.

X-rays can help detect:

  • Broken bones

  • Tumours

  • Signs of internal bleeding

  • Dental problems

  • Scoliosis

  • Lung problems

  • Heart problems

  • Breast cancer

The Link Between Diagnostic Equipment and Improving Healthcare Systems


Diagnostic equipment such as medical imagining equipment has a significant role to play in building the future of healthcare.

With millions of individuals worldwide, particularly in developing countries, battling life-threatening diseases and illnesses that could have been prevented with access to diagnostic services, it is clear that turning our attention to diagnostics can yield several benefits, especially when it comes to emergency humanitarian interventions.

When natural disasters occur, for instance, body trauma is not the only issue. Flooding can cause territories to become breeding grounds for waterborne diseases such as dengue fever or malaria, with these emergencies becoming even more complicated for populations that are already struggling with a lack of diagnostic resources. 

Having access to reliable diagnostic services to capture diseases in their early stages, preventing patients from developing symptoms, having to rely on treatment to survive, or dying altogether, is key to building future-proof, resilient health systems.

Why Choose Unimed for Your Procurement Needs


Unimed’s mission is to support a healthier world through quality, effective healthcare procurement services, as well as educating others about the essential role of prevention and diagnostics in strengthening our health systems.


Unimed partners with like-minded aid agencies, development organisations and research institutions, endeavouring to find the most cost-effective, timely solutions all while operating with transparency and integrity, for the ultimate benefit of populations in need.

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