“Simple” and Confident” Animal imaging
The FVS-1000 is FUJIFILM’s new multifunctional work- station for small animals including equine and bovine. Providing all the key functions for image management the FVS-1000 contributes to improving work efficiency as well as accuracy of diagnosis.
- Multi modality workstation
- Report Creation with Multi modality Images
- Exposure Guidance
- Measurement Guide
- Body part selection for exposures
Multi modality workstation
A single FVS-1000 workstation allows the import and management of modality images of endoscopy and ultrasound, providing a complete management of the key image types used for veterinary diagnosis.
Body part selection for exposures
The intuitive graphical menus and shortcut exposure menus allow simple, quick body part selection for exposures.
An on screen assistance guide provides pre-exposure guidance on recommended technique and examination parameters. Examples of good x-ray images, pictures of technique and reference text including kV, mAs, mA, sec. are displayed.
Guidance information is provided, to assist the user when making complex or unfamiliar measurements.
Stress-free Operation with Assistance of FVS-1000
Report Creation with Multi modality Images
Examination reports with images can be created simply and effectively.
Remote Access from Other Rooms
By adding client PCs, user can share acquired study information with PCs in consulting rooms for review with clients.
Easy Data Distribution
Images managed in FVS-1000 can be output for PDI and attached to emails for distribution. Simple distribution of images to other institutions for second opinions and/or further treatment is available.
Supports veterinary solutions with data communication between multiple equipment
Compatible with both CR and DR
Compatible with our established and world renowned CR series and our DR flat panel, the FVS-1000 allows selection of image receptor to match imaging and budget requirements. Simple upgrade path allows the FVS-1000 to be easily upgraded from CR to DR when future DR imaging is required.