The system will be unveiled at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago from 29 November to 4 December.
FDR Visionary Suite, which was developed to improve imaging workflow and diagnostic capabilities, allows technologists to focus on a patient’s position, safety and comfort.
Fujifilm Medical Systems digital x-ray and women’s health marketing and product development director Rob Fabrizio said: “Fujifilm is truly making a difference in advancing digital radiography performance.
“Every feature of the FDR visionary suite is designed to help eliminate repeats, streamline exams and improve patient care by providing consistency and accuracy in equipment positioning, preferred dose optimised techniques and intelligent processing for every exam.”
FDR visionary suite features advanced imaging applications such as automated long length imaging, dual energy subtraction (DES) and tomosynthesis.
The automated long length stitching capability allows technologists to acquire DR images for the whole spine and long leg imaging of up to 63in view within nine seconds.
The tomosynthesis application can produce 60 image slices within 12 seconds from a single sweep of the x-ray tube.
The system’s DES will acquire two rapid exposures at different energy levels to produce three images, including traditional, soft tissue and bone views.
It is scalable and can be configured with the company’s FDR D-EVO detectors, as well as the new detector FDR D-EVO Advance.
The company said the CSL detector features a built-in handle, can be used wirelessly for cross table exams and automatically plugs in for integrated wired connection, charging and high speed image transfer when inserted into a bucky tray in the table or upright.
Image: Fujifilm’s FDR visionary suite is a next generation automatic positioning digital radiographic x-ray room system. Photo: courtesy of Fujifilm.