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Fujifilm to unveil FDR AQRO digital radiography system

Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A is set to unveil new FDR AQRO digital radiography system at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in the US.

The event will take place from 27 November to 2 December in Chicago, Illinois. 

Fujifilm has developed new digital x-mobile x-ray system to maximize maneuverability, generate high-resolution images, and deliver low patient dose in different point-of-care settings.

The system includes firm’s FDR D-EVO II, ISS that offer provides low dose acquisition capabilities, as well as noise reduction circuitry.

It also features Virtual Grid image processing software that enables to capture images without a physical grid, and an exclusive Fujifilm engineered mini generator that is integrated onto an ultra-lightweight, durable mini mobile cart.

Additional features of the system comprise of an integrated touchscreen and x-ray control panel that articulates and swivels for easy viewing from any angle.

The company will also exhibit its latest FDR Go mobile system, which features several new enhancements.

FDR Go, which is a full-featured system in a compact design, integrates with both FDR D-EVO II and FDR D-EVO digital detectors.

It features new workstation software with automated keypad display, quick start, enhanced Virtual Grid (option) and Dynamic Visualization II image processing (option).

Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A digital X-ray and women's health strategic marketing director Rob Fabrizio said: "Once again, Fujifilm is revolutionizing the ease of access to mobile digital radiography.

“FDR AQRO combines all of Fujifilm's proven advances in digital radiography into a compact integrated design providing easy access to digital imaging for dedicated, in department uses such as critical care, NICU, and private practices."


Image: Fujifilm’s new FDR AQRO digital radiography system. Photo: courtesy of PRNewsFoto/FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A.