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Basic Digital Systems

Digitalization to Enhance Medical Quality and Effectiveness

Small space yet high performance.

Digitalization has realized high efficiency and space saving in clinics and hospitals. It has also brought about high-quality images and stable X-ray imaging and has eliminated the need for dark room processing. The imaging process is clean and diagnosis can be made efficiently.
This Medical Imaging System is ready to be installed as a new standard in your facilities.

Space saving realized by digitalization

The Medical Imaging System can be configured simply by installing the FCR Reader, the CR Console, and the Imager to your existing X-ray equipment. The Imager uses the dry film for output and therefore does not require a dark room as in conventional systems thus saving space. Also, the scanned image can be digitally saved to media and not on films, thus not much storage space is required.

[Chart] Space saving realized by digitalization

Supports diagnosis using the latest image processing technology

In the conventional Screen Film System, obtaining a stable quality image was difficult and the setting of the X-ray exposure conditions was dependent on the experience of the radiologist. However, in the FCR System, a stable and high-quality image is obtained through the use of the latest imaging technology. The images can be further processed on the CR Console by adjusting the parameters or by using specialized image processing techniques to obtain an optimum image for pertinent diagnosis.

[Photo] Supports diagnosis using the latest image processing technology