24X30cm Cesium Detector are lightweights, small format and ideal for extremity imaging positioned outside of the Bucky. Available as tethered or wireless.
FDR ES ™
Essential DR: Affordability without compromise.
FDR ES detectors are the next generation of DR retrofit solutions designed with the essential conveniences of Fujifilm image acquisition and design. Light, portable, affordable detectors can optimize your x-ray room for table and free positioning and table top exams with top of the line image quality. There’s also no need to re-work your existing equipment because FDR ES fits existing standard Buckys and holders.
Something for Every Imaging Environment
The next generation of DR retrofit solutions. The FDR ES series is light, portable, and an affordable option to enhance your x-ray room for table and free positioning. The FDR ES series fits all pre-existing Buckys and holders making switching out from previous models something of ease.
Fujifilm’s ISS method provides ultra-sharp imaging with advanced dose efficiency. The design captures the x-ray image from the patient/incident side of the detector. Traditional detector designs capture the image from below the scintillator layer. This new design allows images to be captured where it is sharper and stronger. The result is an ultra-high definition image as it was always intended.
FDR ES Detectors
FDR ES detectors feature 150 micron pixel pitch and a wide 16-bit dynamic range, as well as Fujifilm’s ISS (Irradiated Side Sampling) which provides ultra-sharp imaging with advanced dose efficiency. This exclusive design captures the x-ray image from the incident/patient side of the detector, in contrast to traditional designs which capture the image below the scintillator layer. The result is a reduction in the distance for light to spread, allowing the image to be captured where it’s sharper and stronger as it was always intended.
High image quality from low dose
As a world-leading imaging and information company, Fujifilm is dedicated both to improving image quality and advancing dose lowering technologies and safe healthcare standards for patients. FDR ES is a perfect example. It features engineering innovations which achieve dose efficiency improvements by as much as 30% compared to Fujifilm CR and as much as 20% over comparable DR detector designs, all while delivering exceptional images.
These lightweight, small format 24x30cm Cesium Detectors ideal for extremity imaging positioned outside of the Bucky.
Detector size: 24 x 30 cm
Connection type: Tethered
Pixel matrix: 1536 x 1920
Pixel pitch: 150 μ
Dimensions: 13″ x 10.6″ x 0.6″
Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Image display: 1-2 sec.
Cycle time: Less than 9 sec.
The FDR ES series offers rounded corners to all detectors making them easier to pick up off of flat surface
Carbon fiber casing making the detectors durable and lightweight
Sleep mode extends battery life resulting in batteries being changed less frequently than previous models.
Built to protect against incidental sprayed liquid (IPX-3 rating).
Fujifilm detector innovations improve image quality and dose efficiency through advanced processing combined with patented ISS technology and improved circuitry performance.
FDX Acquisition Workstation
FDX ACQUISITION WORKSTATION
PRODUCT CODE: FDXCONSOLE
Standard on all Fuji DR systems
The FDX Console is the heart of every FDR and FCR system. It represents the culmination of Fujifilm’s extensive experience in image and information processing. The sophisticated interface is intuitive and customizable, and enables fast, easy exam completion and image optimization.
New features include:
Dynamic Visualization™ is Fujifilm’s advanced image processing technology, providing outstanding first-up detail and virtually eliminating the need for post processing.
Complete common workflow steps in as few as 2-3 mouse clicks
Worklist views with status icons and thumbnail images
Virtual Grid™ (option) – improved image quality for images acquired without a grid
Double click full-screen zoom
PICC line/edge enhancement toggle
Dose tracking and management tools
Optional 2MP secondary monitor for PACS comparable preview
Dose optimization features
Customizable menus help simplify dose-saving techniques.
Exposure Index (EI) and Deviation Index (DI) guides and tracks deviation from preferred exposure conditions for each exam.
EI and DI values can be sent in DICOM headers, allowing low dose initiative monitoring.
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Multi-Accession opens multiple studies with separate accessions for the same patient in one acquisition screen
Auto trimming simplifies offset imaging by automatically detecting the exposure area. The true sized cropped image is sent to PACS, for optimal image display size at both workstations.
Region of Interest (ROI) image adjustment — unique 2-point ROI function that reprocesses images instantly based on user-selected points of interest.
Image Stitching (optional) for DR and CR automatically combines multiple adjoining images into a single long length image for scoliosis and long leg studies.
Wall mounting hardware for FDX Console
Delivering a refined image processing experience
Dynamic Visualization™ processing tools produce high quality images that aid diagnosis and boost productivity. Optimal first-up display virtually eliminates any need for post processing image adjustments, providing exceptional image quality automatically. Wide dynamic range adaptability and breadth of exam menus help to reduce retakes.
Fujifilm’s Dynamic Visualization image processing automatically recognizes the region of interest and applies the optimum image processing parameters throughout the entire exposure field producing exceptional images with higher window and leveling content for faster, more accurate diagnosis. Additional advanced functions include:
Dynamic Visualization™ II (upgrade option): Our latest evolution in image processing. Dynamic Visualization II advanced processing with auto recognition of bone, anatomy characteristics, and orthopedic hardware. This image processing software intelligently adapts image contrast and density, based on image, thickness and structural recognition. It improves uniformity in both dense and thin regions for challenging images, for large anatomy and patients, or any low dose or low penetration exams.
Virtual Grid (option): Processing intelligently simulates grid use, eliminating scatter effect, to improve contrast and clarity for images acquired without a grid. Useful in portable exams: simplifies acquisition and positioning, and eliminates artifacts associated with physical grid misalignment and improper SID.
Intuitively recognizes scatter effect in the image
Precisely tunes contrast and noise control
Eliminates misalignment factors
Customizable grid characteristics, grid lines, density and interspacing material
Multi-Frequency Processing (MFP): Applies edge enhancement and gray scale processing to multiple frequencies, improving visibility for varying densities and foreign structures. Useful in viewing spine, skull and orthopedic hardware images
Flexible Noise Control (FNC): Selectively suppresses noise without loss of sharpness. Useful for pediatrics, lumbar spine and abdomen views
Fujifilm DR to Fujifilm Synapse PACS viewing shortcuts: Applies radiologist-specific single-click processing preferences to views, significantly simplifying workflow
As the leader in digital radiography image processing, Fujifilm is proud to introduce Virtual Grid. Virtual Grid processing corrects for the effects of scatter radiation that would otherwise reduce image contrast and clarity for images acquired without an anti-scatter grid.
Intelligent image processing that replaces the use of a grid
Virtual Grid™ processing enhances image contrast and clarity with up to 50% dose reduction compared to a real grid. Physical grids are commonly required for mobile imaging of large anatomy to help focus radiation and reduce scatter. Virtual Grid processing will be of great benefit to technologists for mobile imaging applications in emergency room, operating room, critical care and other exams. Virtual Grid can be applied to all body parts,* including chest, abdomen, head, spine, pelvis, upper and lower extremities.
With the ability to customize its emulated grid characteristics, Virtual Grid provides exam flexibility and eliminates image quality problems that result from improper grid alignment or focus.
By simulating actual grid use, Virtual Grid can be beneficial in many clinical scenarios (bedside, ER, OR, ICU) where positioning a physical grid can be challenging or disruptive to patient comfort.
Precisely tunes image contrast while suppressing image noise
Emulates a wide range of physical grid characteristics, by grid ratio, density and interspace material
*Excluding breast imaging.
Virtual Grid requires FDX Console Version 9 or greater application software.
Scoliosis and Image Stitching:
Fujifilm’s 10″ x 24″, 14″ x 34″ and 14″ x 50″ Long View Cassettes allow the imaging plates (IPs) to be loaded and processed in the FCR reader, without manually removing them from the cassette. The lightweight and simplified design makes it easy for technologists to perform specialized applications without interruptions. All cassettes use a patented design featuring latches at either end of the cassette to promote ease of workflow. Imaging plates (IPs) inside the cassettes overlap by 1″ to ensure that no pathology is lost. The cassettes include markers which allow Fuji’s stitching software to automatically compose images. Grids, wall stands and IPs are available separately from the cassette.
10″ x 24″ cassette consists of two interlocked 10″ x 12″ cassettes and requires two 10″ x 12″ IPs for use. Ideal for smaller patients.
14″ x 34″ cassette consists of two interlocked 14″ x 17″ cassettes and requires two 14″ x 17″ IPs for use. Excellent for most scoliosis applications.
14″ x 50″ cassette consists of a special 14″ x 17″ cassette which can be inserted into a 14″ x 34″ cassette and attached using a simple latch on either side for easy removal for processing. Three 14″ x 17″ IPs are required for this cassette. Ideal for long leg studies or other applications where a wider view is required.
Fujifilm Automatic Image Stitching Software
Fujifilm’s Automatic Image Stitching Software enables display of the entire spine or lower extremities on a single image.
Composes up to three individual images.
Automatically mergers images together by aligning markers on the image. Manual adjustments can be applied if necessary.
Image processing is applied and optimized to the resulting image display.
Simply select the proper menu and the Flash IIP console Autostitch software can take care of the rest.
Advanced Image Processing
Issues often associated with image stitching software include difficulty with image alignment and variations of density on the composed image. Fujifilm’s comprehensive, advanced image composition processing eliminates manual alignment requirements and compensates for differences in density in the image. Fujifilm’s Image Stitching Software enables faster exam processing, higher diagnostic confidence and quicker image interpretation.
FDR/FCR One Shot Phantom:
PRODUCT CODE: ONESHOT
FDR/FCR One Shot Phantom enables a system-wide quality analysis by incorporating eight performance tests into a single exposure.
FDR/FCR One Shot Phantom provides valuable evaluation of the Imaging Plate, CR Image Reader, Exposure Room, Hard Copy Printer and Imaging Workstations. Only minutes to expose and interpret, the FDR/FCR One Shot Phantom has no moving parts and requires no electrical power. The process does not interfere with equipment operation or with patient workflow. A comprehensive QA system, complete with phantom, manual and reporting forms is incorporated into a single package.