Fujifilm Medical Systems USA is pleased to introduce a revolutionary design for digital x-ray, bringing Fuji’s renowned image quality, ease of use and high throughput to the smallest full-featured CR system in the world. The two models, the Fujifilm FCR XL-2, require only 2.41 square feet of floor space, enabling them to be sited under countertops or in exam rooms behind control panels, aiding sites that have limited space or could not otherwise accommodate an in-room reader.
Fujifilm FCR XL-2 are computed digital radiography systems utilizing storage phosphor Imaging Plates (IP) as an x-ray detection device. The Fujifilm FCR XL-2 scan and process x-ray image information from an IP (imaging plate) that has been exposed using a cassette-type x-ray stand. This system can also print out hard copies on film via a connected Dry Imager and transmit digital images to PACS.
Fujifilm FCR XL-2 provide chest, abdomen, spine, head and other plain x-ray imaging as well as spinal canal, bronchial tube, urinary organ and other contract medium x-ray imaging. The Fujifilm FCR XL-2 systems include the capability to perform Pantomographic exams.
Key benefits of the Fujifilm FCR XL-2 include:
- Virtual elimination of repeat exams
- Virtual elimination of lost films
- Lower storage costs
- Lower management costs
- More options to enhance images