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Fujifilm Europe Unveils New Medical Imaging Products

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 01 Mar 2023
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Image: The new FDR Cross Hybrid C-arm, a flexible, hybrid C-arm and portable X-ray machine system are on display at ECR 2023 (Photo courtesy of FUJIFILM)
Image: The new FDR Cross Hybrid C-arm, a flexible, hybrid C-arm and portable X-ray machine system are on display at ECR 2023 (Photo courtesy of FUJIFILM)

FUJIFILM Europe GmbH (Steinhausen, Switzerland) is offering a number of new products, hosting a specialist symposium on MRI, and providing a chance to meet the company’s experts in order to learn how to take on healthcare challenge at ECR 2023.

FUJIFILM’s booth at ECR 2023 created by internationally renowned architect Filippo Taidelli features a unique design that uses natural phenomena – such as reflections and lights– to provide a glimpse of the possible future of healthcare settings. The company is highlighting the latest additions to its imaging and healthcare IT portfolio at ECR 2023. FUJIFILM is showcasing the ARIETTA 750 DeepInsight ultrasound system that provides detailed views of tissue structures in countless clinical applications using artificial intelligence-based technology and state-of-the-art imaging. Also featured is the ECHELON Synergy MRI scanner that offers workflow and quality benefits through advanced technologies. The system offers fast, effortless operation, streamlined workflow and enhanced patient experiences by combining powerful architecture and deep learning reconstruction with single-touch shortcuts and multiple on-gantry controls.

At ECR 2023, FUJIFILM is exhibiting the SCENARIA View Focus Edition CT scanner that helps clinicians to capture clear images of the heart, even on the most challenging heart rhythms, using advanced cardiac motion correction. SynergyDrive accelerates workflows, and the new operator console uses the same interface as Synapse 3D, allowing for quick and easy operation. Alongside, the company is presenting the FDR Cross C-arm and smart fluoroscopy cart, a unique, hybrid mobile C-arm solution that provides clinicians with fluoroscopic and radiographic image capture in one single platform, while also allowing flexible positioning for imaging, similar to portable X-ray devices.

FUJIFILM is also highlighting the FDR D-EVO III G80i digital X-ray detector that helps to improve efficiency and effectiveness in scoliosis, spine and orthopedic procedures through its lightweight, wireless long-length DR detector, together with low dose technologies, antibacterial coating and single exposure capture. The company is demonstrating its Comfort Comp feature for mammography that controls compression while monitoring force and thickness, providing a more comfortable breast imaging experience for patients. FUJIFILM is also running dedicated sessions offering hands-on demonstrations and discussions about the uses of advanced ultrasound technologies and dedicated Women’s Health sessions at its booth throughout the congress, as well as hosting an exciting symposium where leading experts explore the latest opportunities provided by cutting-edge MRI technologies.

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