FFD Mammography

  • A true multimodality workstation, ASPIRE Bellus II offers the ability to simultaneously display multiple exams across different modalities with specialized tools available for each. With support for a broad range of DICOM modalities including MG, BT, MR, CT, and US, ASPIRE Bellus II is the perfect solution for anyone wanting to improve their mammography reporting workflow without compromising access to images from other areas of the department. The ASPIRE Bellus II incorporates customizable reading protocols for personalized configuration and workflow, while the ergonomic workstation controls allow keyboard, mouse, and keypad operation based on user preference. The optional integrated mammography reporting feature further enhances reporting workflow with integration of BIRADS reporting structure, single and/or double reading support, and drag-and-drop functionality to attach images to each report.
  • Our advanced technology simplifies and speeds workflow so technologists can spend more time focused on patient interactions. • Smart shortcuts and fewer clicks—set exposure and confirm acquired images on a single screen • Simultaneously adjust density and contrast for both left and right views • Minimize patient discomfort with automated compression and release • Immediately output individual images to PACS, viewer, or printer during exam • Improve system availability and extend system life with programmable automatic startup, sleep, and shutdown The unique Hexagonal Close Pattern (HCP) detector pixel design on ASPIRE Cristalle outperforms traditional pixel arrays to help enable superior diagnostic accuracy for radiologists. When compared to square pixels, HCP delivers: • 20% increase in detector sensitivity • Improved information capture • Lower patient dose It's critical to think about the bigger picture when introducing DBT to your facility to keep your facility running as efficiently as possible. Our Synapse® Enterprise Imaging portfolio, including Synapse 5 PACS and Synapse VNA, enables secure, easy-to-manage storage and access to the complete patient imaging record throughout the healthcare enterprise, regardless of the technology-generating source, format type, or siloed storage system.
  • • Comfort Paddle: Patented paddle is designed to improve patient comfort during mammograms. distributes pressure that is normally concentrated on the thickest part of the breast, helping to compress evenly along the natural curve of the breast with appropriate but not excessive force. It also allows for gradual application of pressure to the breast as compared to standard compression. The tilting of the paddle toward the nipple side allows for more even compression across the breast, helping to separate structures and maintain correct positioning. • ASPIRE Stereotactic Biopsy System • Tomo Biopsy option allows for targeting of suspicious areas under tomosynthesis guidance. Tomo biopsy is a simpler approach that can help reduce total procedure time. • Review previous examinations on the acquisition workstation simply by requesting images from PACS. • Targeting support includes a high-resolution dual-display system, selectable targeting mode (100 or 50µm), targeting guide function on stereo images and advanced image processing. • Target position is shown on display screen, allowing technologist to make fine adjustments of the Z coordinate. • Quickly and efficiently check needle depth directly from the biopsy device, providing peace of mind for the patient and protecting the exposure table from accidental damage. • QC TOOLS Fujifilm's quality control program for ASPIRE Cristalle offers a simple, efficient way for technologists to perform the necessary quality tests to maintain peak image quality. Used for both screening and diagnostic mammography imaging, the 1 Shot Phantom M Plus allows technologists and physicists to efficiently perform accurate daily, quarterly, semi-annual and annual QC tests. 10 tests with one exposure 1. 1.Missed tissue at chest wall side 2. 2.CNR 3. 3.System sensitivity 4. 4.Geometric distortion 5. 5.System artifact (entire image) 6. 6.Uniformity 7. 7.Dynamic range 8. 8.Spatial resolution 9. 9.LCD 10. 10.Linearity/beam quality
  • The DryPix Plus is a dry laser imager which combines the high quality and performance of Fujifilm's centralized imagers, with an extremely compact design and convenient 110 volt power, making it ideal for small centralized departments that do not need the ultra-high speed and throughput of DryPix 5000. The DryPix Plus has excellent throughput between 110 and 160 films per hour. Like the DryPix 5000, this unit also features 50-micron high resolution printing and has been approved for use with Full Field Digital Mammography (FFDM) devices. It accommodates all common film sizes, has three film drawers and an optional top-mounted 4-bin film sorter. An internal DICOM print server with Windows XP operating system allows the DryPix Plus to operate with high performance in environments where space is at a premium.


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