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On the spot Ultrasound for Addenbrookes Hospital... with their second Fujifilm FAZONE CB

28.05.2013

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 are pleased to announce the installation of a second FAZONE CB portable ultrasound system at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge.

Addenbrookes Hospital is part of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and prides itself on being a centre of excellence; providing expert care in a safe, clean, comfortable and friendly environment.  

Julie Ennis, Product Specialist Ultrasound for Fujifilm, commented on Addenbrookes recent purchase, saying: “Following the Hospital’s purchase of our FAZONE CB for On-call Registrars in July 2012, we are delighted that Addenbrookes Hospital has selected a second machine.  This is testament in itself to the quality and reliability of our portable ultrasound systems.  This second unit has been purchased for their brand new Interventional Suite, which opened at the beginning of March 2013.”

The FAZONE CB is compact and lightweight, with a large 12” LCD monitor which allows full screen display of images, making it ideal for hospital wards, outpatient departments, examination rooms or vehicles.  It has a “sound speed correction” function based on Zone Sonography(TM) technology, resulting in high resolution imaging and the automatic production of consistent high-quality images.
 
FAZONE CB also offers further image optimisation at the touch of the “optimise” button, which adjusts the GAIN and TGC automatically to produce premium images. This user-friendly system enables medical professionals to produce the optimal ultrasound image.

For further information on Fujifilm’s FAZONE CB telephone 01234 326780.

Fujifilm – pioneers in diagnostic imaging and information systems.

Topics:
  • Medical Systems