France-based EOS imaging has installed its systems at the University of Florida Health Shands Hospital and Riley Hospital for Children in the US.
The EOS imaging system offers full-body images of patients in 2D and 3D with 50%-85% less dose than digital radiology and 95% less dose than basic CT scans, said the company.
The system provides images in accordance with as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA) principle of radiation reduction, as well as associated software solutions.
EOS imaging CEO Marie Meynadier said: "These key EOS installations illustrate the ongoing recognition of our imaging system as the gold standard in paediatric imaging.
"Our first installation in the state of Indiana, as well as within one of the most comprehensive academic medical healthcare systems in the southeastern US illustrate the sustained demand for ultra-low dose 2D / 3D imaging in the US."
Located in Gainesville, Florida, the Shands Hospital is part of University of Florida Health, which is said to be one of the largest paediatric hospitals in the country.
Situated at Indiana University in Indianapolis, Riley Hospital offers inpatient and outpatient care to 300,000 children per year, and is one of the first hospitals in the country to offer patient and family centred care.
EOS imaging develops and markets EOS and associated solutions in 34 countries, including the US, Japan and the European Union.