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Fujifilm’s newly developed, hybrid C-arm and portable X-ray solution designed for intensive care, emergency room and intraoperative use.

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High quality imaging for surgical and medical procedures

Integrated console for Fluoroscopy and X-ray images 

FDR CROSS uses a single console for both Fluoroscopy and X-ray images. In fluoroscopy mode, snapshots and Last Image Hold (LIH) captures can be used as reference images in the two-screen display. In Radiography mode, X-ray imaging can be performed for a complete imaging workflow. 

Fujifilm's technology performs image processing frame by frame, enabling clearer images to be generated with a lower dose and less image lag. 

Dynamic core engine

Dynamic processing and noise reduction is performed frame by frame. These conditions enable clear images with less image lag. 

Dynamic Visualization II 

Differing thicknesses in areas of the body and nearby structures are recognized from converted 3D information, and the contrast and density are adjusted. 

Noise reduction processing

Unstructured noise components are extracted and reduced to improve the granularity of the image. This enables greater visibility of the subject structure. 

Dose reduction by image processing

General processing 
Dose: 8.4mA 

After applying Dynamic processing 
Dose: 8.4mA 

After applying Dynamic processing + noise reduction 
Dose: 4.2mA 

Synergism between ISS method and flexible film-based detector 

The indirect-conversion FPD uses the ISS method, where the light sensor (TFT sensor) is attached to the irradiation side, the opposite side to that used for a conventional FPD. This coupled with a flexible film sensor TFT panel instead of the traditional glass TFT provides significantly reduced scattering/ reduction of X-ray signals, in turn producing sharp images with low X-ray dose. A DQE of 58% (1 Lp/mm, 1 mR) is achieved. (C series only).

The advantages of using film

X-ray transmittance is improved by using thin film for the TFT panel instead of glass. This helps to achieve high resolution images with low X-ray dosage. Fujifilm's proprietary ISS method makes it possible further the advantages of flexible sensors.

We have a wide range of cassette FPDs, with benefits such as a lightweight, waterproof and dustproof design, high load tolerance and resistance to impact such as falling. Modern FPD's that stand up to the challenges of an operating room.