Veterinary

Veterinary practices can benefit from the exceptional image quality, speed and reliability of digital x-ray. Fujifilm has a complete offering of CR and DR imaging solutions built with your practice in mind.

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Quality, affordable digital imaging for Veterinary Practices

Fujifilm, the inventor of computed radiography (CR) technology, has more experience in optimizing images for display than any other digital x-ray manufacturer in the industry. Our expertise is now available to meet the specific needs of veterinary medicine. High resolution capabilities and fewer retakes means faster, more valuable exams. Our DR solutions are for veterinary practices that give high speed and low radiation dose the highest priority. Digital x-ray also reduces operating costs and improves workflow efficiencies.

Digital Radiography (DR)

DR within your reachFDR D-EVO P-Series
FDR D-EVO P-series DR flat panel detectors bring greater accessibility to DR equipment and workflow.
DR wherever you goFDR-flex
For those who must have DR, and must bring it with them. You provide the exposure, FDR-flex provides the image.

Computed Radiography (CR)

Affordable CR for low volume practicesFCR Prima T2
Everything you need, nothing you don’t. FCR Prima T2 is affordable, reliable, durable CR with hospital grade image quality.
CR for high volume practicesFCR XL-2
With a small footprint with high resolution imaging , the FCR XL-2 is ideal for high volume and specialty sites.

Workstations

Image enhancements are included standardFDX Console
The FDX Console acquisition workstation, built on user experience, powers your studies with our most advanced image processing.
Acquisition and storage for small practices FCR View
FCRView is the perfect option for those with limited means of exam room viewing and image storage.

Events

  • February 2017 - NAVC (North American Veterinary Conference)
  • March 2017 - WVC (Western Veterinary Conference)
  • September 2017 - NEAEP (Northeast Association of Equine Practitioners)
  • September 2017 - AAZV (American Association of Zoo Veterinarians)
  • October 2017 - ACVR (American College of Veterinary Radiology)
  • December 2017 - AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners)