Technology | May 04, 2011

Pediatric Graphic Wraps Introduced for Portable X-Ray System

May 4, 2011 – Pediatric graphic wraps are now available for Fujifilm Medical System’s FCR Go 2 portable digital X-ray system. The wraps are designed to lessen anxiety for young patients during X-ray exams and create a pleasant and more relaxing environment.

 

The high-resolution wraps are available in four kid-friendly designs: Sea, Jungle, Bear and Baby Bear.
 

They were also designed with the consideration of the needs of busy imaging departments. Special features include:
· A lasting design. Made of premium vinyl with a clear laminate coating that resists fading, cracking, peeling and abrasion.
· Easy to clean. No special care is needed.
· Warranted against fade and discoloration.
· Designed to accommodate system servicing. Panels can be removed and replaced without altering the wrap’s appearance.


The FCR Go 2 is a portable digital X-ray unit that offers quick and accurate X-ray exposures and images. This second-generation lightweight and compact unit has all of the advantages of the original FCR Go. The system has improved features, including a higher output 32kW generator; a large full size display screen; smaller, lighter chassis; and upgraded drive and charging system.  

 

 For more information visit www.fujimed.com

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