FUJIFILM’s family of mobile digital X-ray portfolio delivers as a compact and extremely maneuverable system.
FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc.’s FDR Go is the latest evolution of the company’s digital portable portfolio, has just been released for sales in the United States. Compact and extremely maneuverable, FDR Go brings to portable DR the dose efficiency and high quality imaging that customers expect from Fujifilm technology.
“Portable imaging is one of the fastest-paced and most demanding environments in medical imaging, and a system that can consistently capture high-quality images quickly, reliably and efficiently is an absolute necessity. That is exactly where Fujifilm shines. We consistently focus on ease of use and achieving maximum image quality at the lowest patient dose,” states Robert Fabrizio, director of marketing and product development, digital X-ray, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. “FDR Go continues our pursuit to excel in diagnostic confidence and improve patient care. The latest FDR Go is another step on the road to sharing the valuable benefits of Fujifilm innovations with healthcare professionals and patients across the country.”
Fujifilm’s original FCR Go portables, recognized for outstanding images and improved efficiency, uniquely employs the anytime/anywhere benefits of CR cassettes. Evolving to the next level, FDR Go utilizes today’s latest DR advancements, including our exclusive Irradiated Side Sampling (ISS) and Dynamic Visualization (DV) technologies. ISS detector design enhances sharpness while increasing dose efficiency compared to conventional designs. DV processing dynamically extends image detail and contrast recognition, resulting in first up images with outstanding clarity and even higher window and leveling capabilities.
FDR Go offers the speed, image quality, and dose benefits of Fujifilm’s FDR D-EVO detectors, with enhanced portable features that include a compact size just right for maneuvering in tight spaces; a quiet, smooth drive system; a large touchscreen display; image preview in as little as 2 seconds; SpeedLink automated menu mapping of preferred dose lowering techniques; tube head inching controls; and more.