September 9, 2008 - Two new Fujifilm Computed Radiography (FCR) systems – FCR XL-2 and FCR XC-2 - are customized to meet the imaging needs of private practices, including orthopedic, chiropractic, internal medicine and urgent care facilities, and are now available.
Both systems include enhancements to the previous generation of Fujifilm’s digital x-ray systems, delivering superior image quality and enhanced throughput in a compact design, making them ideal for any private practice.
Known for their user-friendly interface, the FCR XL-2 and FCR XC-2 are full-featured computed radiography systems that take up only 2.41 square feet of floor space, so they can easily fit in areas with limited physical space like small exam rooms or even under countertops. They both also come standard with a wide range of customized anatomical menus to select from to address the unique imaging needs of the specialty practice. Exams can be completed both swiftly and with extraordinary image quality for diagnostic confidence.
The FCR XL-2 is designed for practices where higher volume imaging is demanded. It offers 50-micron resolution (10 line pair/mm), which is reportedly among the highest resolution modes available today in a single plate CR reader. The FCR XC-2, with throughput speeds 20 percent faster than its predecessor, produces up to 72 images per hour, making it optimal for areas with variable workflow needs but big image quality demands, according to the manufacturer.
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