The following are among the company's latest additions that will be showcased at its booth (502 | EXPO 5):
- ARIETTA 750 DeepInsight ultrasound system. The system features views of tissue structures in a number of clinical applications using artificial intelligence-based technology.
- ECHELON Synergy MRI scanner. The scanner combines architecture and deep-learning reconstruction with single-touch shortcuts and multiple on-gantry controls.
- SCENARIA View Focus Edition CT scanner. The scanner features advanced cardiac motion correction. The scanner's SynergyDrive is designed to accelerate workflows, and it includes a new operator console that uses the same interface as Synapse 3D.
- FDR Cross C-arm and smart fluoroscopy cart. This hybrid mobile C-arm provides clinicians with fluoroscopic and radiographic image capture in a single platform while also allowing flexible positioning for imaging, similar to portable x-ray devices.
- FDR D-EVO III G80i digital x-ray detector for scoliosis, spine, and orthopedic procedures. The lightweight, wireless, long-length DR detector is combined with low-dose technologies, antibacterial coating, and single-exposure capture.
- Comfort Comp feature for mammography, a feature designed to control compression while monitoring force and thickness, which may provide a more comfortable breast imaging experience for patients.
In addition, visitors to Fujifilm's booth will get a view of how hospitals of the future could look, the company said. Created by internationally recognized architect Filippo Taidelli, the booth's design uses natural phenomena, such as reflections and lights, to provide a glimpse of the possible future of healthcare settings, Fujifilm said.
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