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ISS and Dynamic Visualization™

The FDR-flex is driven by two of Fujifilm's innovative advancements: Irradiated Side Sampling (ISS) detector capture engineering and Dynamic Visualization image processing.

Fujifilm's patented Irradiated Side Sampling (ISS) design increases sharpness and DQE by capturing signals where they are sharpest and strongest, reducing light scatter and blur. Fujifilm's innovation uniquely positions its thin-film transistors (TFT) at the top of the scintillation layer, reading the image where image data is sharpest and strongest, resulting in exceptional image quality at lower doses.

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Fujifilm's Dynamic Visualization image processing automatically recognizes the region of interest and applies optimum image processing parameters throughout the entire exposure field, producing images with higher detail and contrast levels for improved window and leveling, and exceptional diagnostic image quality. Additional advanced processing refinements include:

  • Multi-Frequency Processing (MFP): Applies edge enhancement and gray scale processing to multiple frequencies, improving visibility for varying densities and foreign structures. Useful in viewing spine, skull and orthopedic hardware images
  • Flexible Noise Control (FNC): Selectively suppresses noise without loss of sharpness. Useful for pediatrics, lumbar spine and abdomen views
  • Grid Pattern Removal (GPR): Intelligently removes moirĂ© patterns caused by grids
  • Fujifilm DR to Fujifilm Synapse PACS viewing shortcuts: Applies radiologist-specific single-click processing preferences to views, significantly simplifying workflow
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Designed for your workflow

Designed for your workflow

The FDR-flex communication box fits into the storage bin of most analog portable x-ray units.


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Administrator Radiologist Technologist Private Practice