News | February 17, 2010

Manufacturer Provides Virtual Test Drive of DR System

The FDR AcSelerate

February 16, 2010 — To provide facilities with an in-depth look at a new DR (FDR) AcSelerate digital X-ray system, a manufacturer is hosting an interactive Web cast on Wednesday, March 3, 2010. From the comfort of their home or office, participants can attend the event — “Virtual Test Drive: the FDR AcSelerate,” — and view a product demonstration, hear from a panel of experts, and submit their questions during the live Q&A session.

Now FDA cleared, the FDR AcSelerate is a fully automated digital table and upright system. It produces images of unprecedented quality in comparison to other general radiographic systems. The FDR AcSelerate also includes special design elements and fast image cycle times that will help imaging departments increase efficiency and maximize productivity.

To accommodate schedules, the event will be held at two different times, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Online registration is available at www.acselerate.fujimed.com. Space is limited, so early registration is encouraged; incentives are being provided including discounts toward the purchase of an FDR AcSelerate system.

For more information: www.fujimed.com.

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