Fujifilm Medical Systems USA, along with Fujifilm SonoSite, is showcasing new digital radiography detectors FDR D-EVO II and high-resolution ultrasound kiosk X-Porte at the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Annual Meeting, which is being held from March 25-27 in Las Vegas.
The new FDR-DEVO II detectors feature new enhancements, including IPX6 water resistance, improved battery life and dose efficiency and internal memory function that stores up to 100 images.
According to Fujifilm, FDR D-EVO II is layered with an antibacterial silver ion coating that offers more protection than surfaces with no coatings.
Fujifilm Medical Systems distributor and OEM sales manager Eddie Massetti said: "Fujifilm works closely with our users and orthopaedic surgeons to develop innovative image capture and processing solutions.
"Orthopaedic surgeons will immediately recognize the exceptional visualization and efficiencies our innovations bring to their diagnostic needs."
Developed for musculoskeletal exams and injections, the X-Porte and its suite of transducers have been designed to minimize side-lobe imaging artifacts.
The other offerings being exhibited at the event include the Edge ultrasound system that provides improved image quality for diagnostics and the hand-carried ultrasound system M-MSK, which is based on SonoSite’s Turbo technology.