Lexington, Mass.-based Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. has introduced its first complete VXR Veterinary X-Ray Room, which is targeted for veterinarians who want to transition to high-quality, low-dose x-rays.
“Fujifilm is committed to providing veterinary facilities with the affordable digital radiography technologies they need to advance diagnostic efficiency for our nation’s pets,” says Rick Banner, senior director of marketing, modality solutions, Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. “With a focus on productivity and dose efficiency, our VXR Veterinary X-Ray Room is a robust X-ray suite that’s engineered to help providers accurately detect ailments and set new standards in veterinary care.”
Designed to contribute to a safe work environment for both clinicians and patients with low-dose, high-sensitivity DR detectors and advanced image processing technologies, the VXR Veterinary x-ray room’s FDR ES detectors leverage Fujifilm’s patented Irradiation Side Sampling (ISS) technology and Dynamic Visualization processing for high-quality images that help assist in visualizing fine details with gentle dose.
The VXR Veterinary x-ray room features a rotating Bucky that speeds workflow while reducing handling by allowing its 14-inch by 17-inch GOS or CsI detector to easily reposition for portrait and landscape images. Technicians can stay focused and close to patients through quicker exams with the system’s on-board FDX Console PLUS workstation that’s swivel-mounted at eye level and automatically sets the dose technique based on exam selection, further reducing workflow steps.
“Dose, image quality, and ergonomics are of great importance in the veterinary space,” says Jackie Mesa, manager, sales support, Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. “Vets, techs, and pets sometimes deal with anesthesia, or have no choice but to be near the patient during exposure. We want them to be able to get the exam done quickly, easily, and get the best possible image at the lowest possible dose, every time. We thrilled to introduce a solution that does that.”