Fujifilm is a pioneer in diagnostic imaging and information systems for healthcare, with a range of constantly evolving, clinically proven, products and technologies designed to assist medical professionals perform efficiently and effectively. The company is pleased to announce the Royal College of Radiologists CPD accreditation of the Synapse 3D training.
Synapse 3D incorporates Fujifilm’s most advanced image recognition technology, and the newly launched version 3.3 now offers 34 advanced clinical applications, including planning tools for liver analysis providing accurate liver volumes and pre-operative surgical planning. Synapse 3D has added to its extensive Cardiology tool set with Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI).
Delivered to clinicians on site, the training course is designed to cover all aspects of advanced imaging that would facilitate accurate diagnosis and provide tools to aid surgery. The training is accredited by the Royal College of Radiologists with two CPD training credits after completion of the appropriate modules.
Synapse is one of the most widely used PACS solutions in the world and has transformed the management of radiology imaging services, supporting image diagnosis with high-quality images, a variety of image processing features, and user friendly operation.
Commenting on the CPD accredited Synapse 3D course, Ben Cole, Marketing Manager at Fujifilm said: "Synapse has become synonymous with state-of-the-art PACS, providing web-based access to data from multiple departments and locations using a single integrated database. Synapse 3D is an exciting addition to the portfolio and we’re very proud to be able to offer a Synapse 3D Training Course with CPD accreditation from the Royal College of Radiologists."
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