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Overview Of The Fuji CR Systems

Ananta F. Benvenuto Saturday, July 24, 2010 ,
Fuji has long been a company famous for its film products, and has been at the forefront of the creation of digital x-ray currently offering a broad digital image division that creates the Fujifilm CR systems. CR systems are digital medical image capture devices that allow physicians to take patient medical images and then converts them to the DICOM format, which is similar to the digital jpeg format used on personal computers but with a focus on digital medical imaging. Fuji offers feature-rich CR solutions suitable for many medical practices, including orthopedic, chiropractic, veterinary, urgent care, radiology and hospitals.


Computed radiography appliances are popular with all types of medical facilities large and small because they allow clinics and hospitals to retrofit their existing radiology equipment for digital image production. This means that you can stick to a budget and upgrade your digital imaging system as your budget allows.

Fuji CR systems are available in two models, the XL-2 and the XC-2, and they allow imaging centers and hospitals the flexibility to take a wide variety of digital medical images. Contract medium digital x-ray images of the spinal canal, urinary organ and bronchial tube are possible, as are plain digital x-ray images of the head, spine, chest and abdomen. XL-2 systems also allow for Pantomographic imaging.

Fuji CR solutions capture digital medical images on storage phosphor imaging plates. The plates are key to the great digital image quality for which Fuji is renowned.

You can use a Fuji computed radiography system in conjunction with a PACS and a printer. You can send the digital medical images you take on the Fuji systems to a PACS software solution, which allows you to save and transmit the digital images. You can also print hard copies of the digital images you take with the Fuji unit to film by connecting to a dry imager.

Another feature that factors into the popularity of the Fuji systems is that these units require a very small amount of floorspace. Creating a footprint of only 2.41 square feet, they can fit in the tight quarters often necessary in exam rooms and other office spaces, offering the physician the image capture capability necessary for complete examinations.

Fuji units are also fast in both image preview time as well as throughput. You can see your digital images in as little as 41 to 58 seconds, and while the SC-2 model can produce 43 14x17 phosphor imaging plates er hour, while the XL-2 model clocks in at 62 plates of the same size each hour.

A Fuji computed radiography system provider can answer questions you have about these digital imaging products created by Fuji.

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