Technology | December 18, 2013

Fujifilm Aspire Bellus Mammography Workstation Streamlines Workflow

December 18, 2013 — Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. showcased Aspire Bellus, a dedicated breast imaging workstation at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013) in Chicago. The Aspire Bellus workstation joins Fujifilm's breast imaging solutions that are designed to improve image quality, streamline workflow and enhance patient outcomes. The easy-to-use workstation offers high-quality images, enhanced image-reading capabilities and an integrated reporting system.
 
New features include:
  • Exceptional display speed of detailed image data
  • Customized reading protocols for streamlined reporting workflow
  • Intuitive and flexible image layout
  • High-quality images assisting the user in making an easy and accurate diagnosis
  • One-click operation for image processing adjustments
  • Toggling between current and prior images, known as Intelligent Temporal Comparison (ITC)
 
For more information: digital-mammography.fujimed.com, rsna.fujimed.com, www.rsna.org

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