Fujifilm FDR Clinica FS
Clinical Confidence, Precision, and Optimal Efficiency
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FDR Clinica FS has all the advanced features you need to enhance workflow and improve the patient experience.
New features include:
- Tilting Wall Stand
A wide variety of exams can be performed using the optional tilting wall stand. Nonambulatory patients can be easily imaged in the seated position.
- Dual-reference Rotation
Both top- and center-reference rotation are available in our rotating tray, with automatic connection to the detector. The detector can be rotated while mounted in the tray with no need to remove and remount, greatly reducing handling.
- Automatic Connection
The detector cable and connector are built into the tray, enabling the detectors to be automatically connected when set in the tray. This new function greatly improves efficiency and provides a clean look with no need to manage cabling. The automatic connection to the detector keeps the battery charged in the event that wireless operation is required.
These units are to be sold installed as turn-key projects.
Advanced image processing: Dynamic Visualization
Fujifilm’s renowned digital image processing expertise, including Dynamic Visualization, optimizes image display based on recognition of contrast levels throughout the entire exposure field. The resulting first-up images have outstanding detail and greater window and leveling capability in PACS.
Patented ISS capture technology promotes high sensitivity
FDR Clinica FS is intended for use with FDR D-EVO detectors featuring Fujifilm’s proprietary Irradiated Side Sampling (ISS) technology, which positions its capture electronics (TFTs) at the irradiation side, in contrast to traditional detectors. This design significantly suppresses scattering and attenuation of X-ray signals, improving efficiency to produce sharper images at lower doses compared to traditional designs.*
*Based on higher MTF and DQE demonstrated in Sato K, et al., Effect of X-ray incident direction and scintillator layer design on image quality of indirect conversion flat-panel detector with GOS phosphor.