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FUJIFILM Announces Commercial Availability of FDR D-EVO Wireless Detector

FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A. declared that its FDR D-EVO 24x30cm Cesium Iodide flat panel detector is now available in the market.

The announcement was made during the 40th Annual AHRA Meeting and Exposition. This latest commercially available offering complements the diversified family of DR products. Being the unique product on the US market, the 24x30 Cesium wireless flat panel detector boasts the company’s renowned dose efficiency and image quality packed within a compact and light weight design that includes orthopedic, neonatal, and pediatric imaging.

The unique dose efficiency features of the company’s Patented Irradiation Side Sampling (ISS) technology along with image performance of Cesium Iodide has been incorporated within this compact 24x30cm, wireless FDR D-EVO flat panel detector. The novel ISS technology is capable of promoting detective quantum efficiency (DQE) by minimizing the distance for light signals to meet the sensing electronics. Decrease in scatter and blur will enable achieving ultra-sharp detail even at low X-ray exposure. The FDR D-EVO 24 x30cm Cesium detector attains DQE performance over 20%, which is more than conventional detectors, thereby maintaining lower patient dose and providing the radiologist with higher diagnostic reliability.

The new detector offers greater convenience similar to that achieved with the entire FDR D-EVO lineup. It also provides renewed ease of positioning and flexibility for common types of exams, besides diagnostic advantages.

Following FUJIFILM being enlisted as the 'Best in KLAS' - in the "2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Medical Equipment & Infrastructure" report, the company launched this nationally unique FDR D-EVO 24x30 cesium panel, which is being debuted at AHRA 2012 annual meeting and exposition in Orlando, Fla.

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