EC-600W-M / W-I / W-L

Field of view 140°
Observation range 2–100 mm
Bending capability Up 180°/Down 180°
Right 160°/Left 160°
Distal end diameter 12.0 mm
Flexible portion diameter 12.0 mm
Working channel diameter 3.8 mm
Working length 1,330/1,520/1,690 mm
Total length 1,630/1,820/1,990 mm
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Fujifilm presents AI initiative REiLI at ECR 2019

In 1983, FUJIFILM were the world's first company to offer a digital X-ray diagnostic imaging system, Fuji Computed Radiography (FCR). Today, we are helping medical professionals see their patients in vibrant new ways, and we'll never stop helping doctors provide a quicker diagnosis.

Come to ECR and experience FUJIFILM's advancements in clinical imaging and IT solutions, and learn how to revolutionize radiology workflow to maximize productivity and improve patient care.

ECR 2019, February 27 / March 3

At ECR 2019, we demonstrate how to realize:

A VALUE-BASED RADIOLOGY to improve care quality, access and control costs
A PATIENTS’ CENTRIC APPROACH via enhanced portfolio of products and technologies
AN AUGMENTED RADIOLOGISTS’ EXPERIENCE by means of AI powered enterprise imaging solutions

Visit us to see live demonstrations and register for our clinical workshops where you can gain a deeper knowledge on the latest imaging applications. At the booth you will discover ultimate solutions on:

DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY
WOMEN'S HEALTH
HEALTHCARE IT
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
ULTRASOUND


Booth #503, Expo X5 (Ground Level), Austria Center Vienna – Bruno Kreisky Platz 1, Vienna (Austria)

Exhibition opening hours
Thursday - Saturday: 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 14:00

WHERE TO FIND US:
Expo X5, Booth 503

Big, wide location. Continuous demonstrations and products’ live sessions.
Live link to Fujifilm workshops streamed directly to a big screen on the booth.
Free hospitality area to take a relaxing break, a good coffee, a space to recharge mobile device and have a chat with our sales representatives
In-booth «AI-CENTER».

For Info and scheduling appointment: ecr2019_feg(at)fujifilm(dot)com

 

EXHIBITS ON THE FUJIFILM BOOTH

Category Products
DR Panels FDR D-EVO II Series Lineup (35x43, 43x43, 24x30 cm)
FDR D-EVO GL long DR Panel and new positioning stand
New FDR ES Series Lineup (35x43, 43x43, 24x30 cm)
Gen X-Ray New FDR Smart X Ceiling System
Advanced Image processing Dynamic Visualization II, Virtual Grid for all body parts, Tomosynthesis and Energy Subtraction
Mobile New FDRGO Plus, FDR nano, FDR GoFlex
Women's Health AMULET Innovality
Tomosynthesis guided biopsy
Iterative Reconstruction (ISR) and Synthetic 2D (S-View) images
New Dynamic Visualization II processing for Mammography
New Bellus II digital mammography workstation
Healthcare IT SYNAPSE PACS 5
SYNAPSE Clinical Workflow Manager
SYNAPSE 3D
SYNAPSE VNA
SYNAPSE Mobility
Syncro Dose
Teaching Files
Additional Software integration (eg. Patient Portal)
New REiLI: AI platform within Synapse PACS
New SYNAPSE 3D Console Mode
CT New FCT Speedia HD
New Synapse One (FCT Speedia Advanced workstation with 3D functionality)
FCT PixelShine (AI powered solution for ultra low-dose CT)
CR + Imager FCR PRIMA Tm, Console Advance
Ultrasound SII
Edge II
X-Porte
Iviz

ECR Workshop

Subscribe on myESR to our digital mammography workshop to gain deeper knowledge on the latest imaging applications.

Workshop 1: Advances on digital mammography: Tomosynthesis, tomobiopsy and CEDM

Description: The workshop is meant to provide technical information and clinical evidences of the application of the new advances in digital mammography. The participants will access to relevant images and cases through the use of dedicated diagnostic workstations; an experienced breast radiologist will provide detailed explanation on the implementation of tomosynthesis, tomoguided biopsy and contrast enhanced mammography in a clinical environment.

Date: Thursday, February 28th and Friday, March 1st
Time: 10:15 – 11:30 am
Location: room -2.61-2.62
Speaker: Dr. Anna Russo (Negrar hospital, Italy)

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Workshop 2: Deep inside tomosynthesis:  clinical outcomes from different acquisition angles, reconstruction methods and pixel sizes

Description The workshop is meant to provide technical information and clinical evidences of the application of different acquisition protocols in digital breast tomosynthesis. The participants will access to relevant images and cases through the use of dedicated diagnostic workstations; an experienced breast radiologist will provide detailed explanation on the outcomes from different tomosynthesis acquisition protocols in terms of angular tube travel, reconstruction method and pixel size.

Date: Thursday, February 28th and Friday, March 1st
Time: 14:15 – 15:30 am
Location: room -2.61-2.62
Speaker: Dr. Claudia Kurtz (Lucerne Hospital, Switzerland)

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