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The highest grade model in the FCR Series. Superior image quality with 20 pixel / mm sampling pitch mammography and pediatric imaging with four-cassette stacker.
The FCR PROFECT CS Plus have realized the world's fastest processing speed of 120 IPs/hr., a remarkable progress from the previous 103 IPs/hr. These two models reduce the examination time drastically, ensuring stress-free workflows.
The Dual-Side Imaging Plate (IP) Reading technology allows the use of a thicker phosphor layer on the transparent base, thereby increasing DQE (Detective Quantum Efficiency) by collecting the emissions from both sides of the IP.
As High DQE is realized by the Fujifilm's Dual-side Reading Technology, with its low dose exposure, the FCR PROFECT CS Plus and the FCR PROFECT ONE Plus relieve patients' burden during X-ray examinations. Incorporated with the FUJIFILM proprietary image processing technology (Image Intelligence™), high resolution image reading with the 20 pixel/mm sampling pitch delivers excellent quality images in versatile diagnosis areas.
For example, they are suitable for diagnosis areas requiring high-quality images even with low dose exposure, such as mammography, pediatrics, follow-ups and tests using a catheter.
The FCR Plus series now enables processing of pantomography exposures* (15 × 30 cm), in addition to standard and long-view exposures, making a wider range of examinations possible.
* 15 × 30 cm IP needs optional IP Adapter
“Image Intelligence™” — a set of sophisticated digital image-processing software technologies available through Fujifilm's Console — processes image data and optimizes final output.
Optimal configurations suited to various applications realize smooth workflow
Fujifilm's Mammography QC Program is a dedicated quality control program applicable to FUJIFILM digital mammography systems. This program enables the system to keep a stable image quality for both screening and diagnosis.