News | Digital Radiography (DR) | November 30, 2019

Fujifilm Unveils New Digital X-Ray Suites At RSNA 2019

Continues expansion of enhanced imaging technology solutions designed for hospitals and outpatient applications at RSNA

December 1, 2019 — Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. will add three new digital X-ray suites – FDR Clinica U, FDR Clinica X and D-EVO Suite FSx – to its portfolio of imaging technologies at the 2019 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting.

Attendees will be able to preview the all new FDR Clinica X Suite suite, which offers a scalable, affordable DR solution with maximum functionality. New features include a smart display on the X-ray tube head, generator controls integrated into the new  FDX One Console acquisition workstation, and built-in detector connections to the rotating DR trays. The versatile solution offers multiple workflow conveniences and provides upgrade options for automated long-length exams at the chest stand.

Fujifilm will also introduce the new FDR Clinica U, a compact, single digital radiography (DR) detector u-arm system, with versatile positioning, ideal for outpatient, private practices and small imaging facilities. The new imaging solution is a space saving alternative to a full room system. FDR Clinica U offers flexible patient positioning in a compact affordable design with simplified installation requirements. The system automatically maintains alignment between the X-ray tube and image receptor at all times, to simplify positioning and workflow. The system also features a new FDX One Console incorporating full generator system controls integrated into the one technologist acquisition workstation.

In addition, Fujifilm is also introducing the D-EVO Suite FSx, an update to its predecessor the FDR D-EVO Suite FS. The revision offers new flexibility and functions that are not typically available on floor-mounted systems. New features include large color touchscreen display controls at the tube head, automated tube height tracking to table and chest detector elevations (option), auto-collimation (option) and more. This scalable system is built with high end components, designed to last and hold up to the most rigorous caseloads.

In addition to these latest innovations, Fujifilm will showcase its line of DR detectors and mobile DR solutions to suit the needs of imaging facilities large and small.

FDR Clinica X Suite, FDR Clinica U, FDX One Console will be made available in the U.S. upon completion of regulatory requirements.

For more inform rsna.fujimed.com

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