Designed to Speed Workflow
FDR Visionary Suite provides impressive speed and repeatability for faster workflow. Fujifilm’s proprietary Irradiated Side Sampling (ISS) technology captures images with high sharpness and DQE with lightning-fast preview and cycle times.
FDR Visionary Suite offers a variety of features and automated functions that boost x-ray room productivity and efficiency:
- SpeedLink™ automatically presets preferred, dose-saving techniques: collimation field size and more, to the exam menu selected at the FDX Console
- Auto-positioning automatically moves the x-ray tube and corresponding detector to the required position for the exam (tube and detector can also be positioned manually)
- Auto-collimation automatically adjusts field size based on Source to Image Distance (SID) and exam type selected at the workstation
- Automatic x-ray tube tracking to manual movements of the table and upright detector
- 2-second image preview, 9-second cycle times
Ergonomic Design Is Easy On Technologists and Patients
Lightweight ceiling suspension and tube head system for smooth and easy movement to any position, angle or height. Tilting upright stand (-20 to 90°) with motorized elevation. Large area tabletop and stroke with motorized elevation is easy to position and accommodates up to 649 lbs.
Cesium Detectors Provide Sharp Images With Lower Dose
Fujifilm’s CsI detectors take the inherently sharp imaging capabilities of CsI to the next level with Fujifilm’s patented ISS, which helps to produce higher DQE and MTF at lower doses by limiting the scatter of data within the detector capture circuitry. In typical detectors, the image is read near the base of the crystals, where they flare and are fused to adjoining crystals. With Fujifilm’s ISS, readout electronics are positioned at the top points of the crystals to further sharpen data collected, capturing where signals are strongest and less diffused, and yielding sharper images at lower doses.
Dynamic Visualization™ for Exceptional Images
FDR Visionary Suite incorporates the robust FDX Console, driven by Fujifilm’s exceptional Dynamic Visualization. Dynamic Visualization image processing automatically recognizes the region of interest and applies the optimum image processing parameters throughout the entire exposure field, dynamically extending visibility, contrast, and window and leveling capabilities for more confident diagnosis. Additional advanced functions include:
- Multi-Frequency Processing (MFP)
- Flexible Noise Control (FNC)
- Grid Pattern Removal (GPR)
Automated Long Length Stitching
Fast, easy, synchronized detector and tube movements capture multiple rapid exposures for one long length image.
Dual Energy Subtraction (option)
FDR Visionary Suite uses dual energy subtraction (DES), an advanced radiographic technology that removes anatomical structures of high and low x-ray absorption, such as soft tissue or bone, which along with other underlying and/or overlying structures can obscure suspected pathology.
The DES process captures two images at different x-ray energy levels, then subjects them to ‘subtraction processing’ to produce three resulting images: traditional, bone only, and soft tissue only views. DES enhances differentiation between bone and soft tissue structures to help better visualize suspect areas.
Fujifilm FDR Visionary Suite’s DES delivers enhanced diagnostic detail, making it an innovative new standard of care for routine chest exams in today’s changing healthcare environment, as well as offering an effective follow-up tool to help rule out the need for other, more dose-intensive and higher cost exams such as CT.
Digital Tomosynthesis (option)
FDR Visionary Suite’s 3D enhanced imaging technology, digital tomosynthesis, is an advanced radiography application that produces multiple tomographic slices from a single sweep of the x-ray tube. Through reconstruction of the cross section areas of interest, digital tomosynthesis provides radiologists added dimension of image “depth,” removing overlying structures that may otherwise obscure pathology. Tomosynthesis can be effective for a variety of clinical tasks, including chest and orthopedic imaging. Images can be displayed on a PACS workstation in a cine mode or frame-by-frame.
Fujifilm’s intelligent post-processing features the ability to reconstruct images at different slice thicknesses, allowing additional diagnostic visibility from the original data acquired, without re-exposing the patient.