FORWARD THINKING TECHNOLOGY WITH FUJIFILM INNOVATION.
20% LOWER PRICE POINT AND 30% LOWER SERVICE COST OVER OTHER LEADING MANUFACTURERS
Built smarter for patient comfort
The Comfort Paddle is built smarter because it flexes to the contour of a woman’s breast.
- Designed with a flexible, slotted 4-way tilting paddle
- Redistributes pressure normally concentrated on the thickest part of the breast
- Allows for firmer, more tolerable compression for better visibility
The Comfort Paddle’s unique design for more even compression, combined with the intelligent Automatic Exposure Control (IAEC) image processing, make it possible to provide more optimized images at low dose for every breast type, including implants.
Built smarter for optimal department workflow
Our advanced technology simplifies and speeds workflow.
- Smart shortcuts and fewer clicks—set exposure and confirm acquired images on a single screen
- Simultaneously adjust density and contrast for both left and right views
- Immediately output individual images to PACS, viewer, or printer during exam
Built smarter for improved system integration and image management
- The enormous datasets of DBT cause significant study management challenges.
- Synapse 5 PACS and Synapse VNA, enables secure, easy-to-manage storage and access to the complete patient imaging record throughout the healthcare enterprise
- Server-side rendering technology is suited to handle the massive datasets
- Reduced burden on IT infrastructure and increased speed to diagnosis
Built smarter for image quality
With Fujifilm’s innovative application of Hexagonal Close Pattern (HCP) architecture, hexagonal pixels are arranged with smaller gaps between pixels, resulting in less signal loss and stronger electrical fields. When compared to square pixels, HCP delivers:
- 20% increase in detector sensitivity
- Improved information capture
- Lower patient dose
Intelligent Automatic Exposure Control (IAEC) analyzes breast composition and thickness and applies auto-recognition of implants to optimize dose and processing.