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Advanced Digital Systems

Digitalization to Support Intergrated Medical Facilities

Serving your needs by creating an optimized digital system with our FCR, Imager, and PACS. You can make the most use of your medical facilities.

Based on the various needs of clinics and hospitals, we can configure a flexible system from our wide variety of products. As a result, you can obtain high-quality digital images that will change your workflow and increase your productivity.


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The FCR System — compatible with various imaging methods

For the hospital requiring a variety of X-ray equipment, the FCR System offers a full line of image readers, namely the cassette-type, the IP in-built upright-type, and the IP in-built table-type image readers. Since, on the FCR System, the image reader is independent from the X-ray equipment, you need not install multiple image readers to read the IPs from the multiple X-ray equipment. Together with the CR Console and the Dry Imagers, you can consider which equipment to install depending on your needs and cost restrictions.

[Chart] The FCR System - compatible with various imaging methods

A high spec system — increases the productivity of your X-ray operations

The FCR System is able to output stable images at high resolution due to the use of advanced imaging technology. As a result, unusable and unnecessary images are kept to a minimum thus realizing a smooth and effective operation. Also, high-speed reading of the image is possible without the need for a dark room, with the image being displayed instantly on the monitor. This is effective for hospitals that need to take a lot of X-ray images in their daily operations.

[Chart] A high spec system - increases the productivity of your X-ray operations

A general-purpose system — for use with DICOM compatible and non-compatible equipment

Our digital system complies with DICOM, a global standard for medical equipment. Our equipment has been used in various situations with much flexibility and compatibility. Non-DICOM equipment can be connected to our DRYPIX imager or to our medical imaging system SYNAPSE via the DRYPIX LINK Adapter, therefore you need not buy new equipment.

[Diagram] Non-DICOM equipment can be connected

Integrated management of image data. Use of common database within a hospital

At hospitals, image data is increasing with the ever-increasing number of patients. Each of these data is important for patient diagnosis. Therefore, it becomes evermore important to manage and utilize these data efficiently. Fujifilm proposes its SYNAPSE, a new generation medical imaging system that centrally processes and stores image data within a hospital. As a result, images can be retrieved from the server by any department over the hospital network and be displayed/output at the requesting department site. This eliminates the cumbersome task of carrying around/storing films.

[Chart] Intra-hospital network sample

By connecting multiple SYNAPSEs over the network, image data can be shared by multiple hospitals. Consequently, the SYNAPSE enables you to create intra-hospital networks and local district medical networks easily. Using such networks, examination reservations of referred patients and new patients can be made smoothly as well as their admission reservation.

[Diagram] Group hospital network sample

A reliable Medical Imaging System from Fujifilm

Our FCR System has a history of over 30 years of medical achievements dating back to 1983 when we introduced the world's first CR equipment. Since then, we have been striving to develop high-quality diagnostic imaging equipment and techniques.

Advanced Digital Systems - Recommended System Solution

[Chart] Advanced Digital Systems - Recommended System Solution
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