News | June 01, 2009

New York Mets Get Fuji X-Ray Systems for Onsite Injury Imaging

June 1, 2009 – New York Imaging Service Inc., Newburgh, N.Y., has installed a digital imaging solutions for the New York Mets at Citi Field, which include FUJIFILM Medical System’s XC-2 digital computed radiography (CR) system and the FCRView image management workstation along with Del Medical Group’s X-ray system – designed to quickly and accurately diagnose players.

Fujifilm’s FCR XC-2 is a full-featured computed radiography (CR) system that will provide medical staff with a wide range of customized anatomical menus to address the unique imaging needs of major league baseball players. Exams can be completed both swiftly and with high image quality for diagnostic confidence. The FCRView eliminates the need to print X-ray films so players can be diagnosed more quickly. It features a complete set of diagnostic tools for medical image acquisition, processing, viewing and archiving.

“Providing the Mets with products from industry leaders like Fujifilm and Del Medical Group ensures these world class athletes superior image quality during preliminary examinations,” said Bill Haussmann, president, New York Imaging Service. “The Mets are an integral part of New York City, and the opportunity to contribute to Citi Field is a tremendous honor for us. Being a lifelong Mets fan makes this installation even more special.”

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