Remarkably Compact Design
Meeting your needs and healthcare environment challenges, the engineering team at Fujifilm designed Supria to be open, yet compact — fitting in nearly all existing CT rooms. By minimizing siting costs, incorporating improved workflow processes and maximizing patient comfort, your investment in Supria translates into a faster return on investment.
Supria has just 3 compact modules:
- Image Processor Cabinet
High End Imaging
Patient-centric design coupled with the engineering excellence of Supria puts you in control without compromising imaging performance. This makes the overall experience better for your patients in addition to more efficient and dependable for you.
- Wide 75cm Aperture makes for a more comfortable environment for the patient
- High weight-capacity table accommodates larger patients up to 500 lbs
- Long Scannable range of 180cm for long coverage exams of tall patients with a single injection
- Intuitive user interface
- Available powerful and renowned TeraRecon 3D visualization server solutions
Lower Dose Capabilities
Smart Dose (XR-29) Compliant.
All new Fujifilm CT systems are designed to meet ALARA practices as well as complying with the new XR-29 Smart Dose Standard. Supria comes standard with the latest dose reduction, monitoring and reporting capabilities required by XR-29:
- Automatic Exposure Control – Intelli EC (3-D)
- Pediatric and Adult Reference Protocols
- DICOM Dose Structured Report
- CT Dose Check (XR-25)
Intelli IP Quick – Iterative Reconstruction.
Fujifilm’s latest workflow enhancing, proprietary engine that makes use of adaptive iterative reconstruction in both projection and image space. Its use reduces pixel noise at a given level of mAs as compared to filtered back projection without Intelli IP Quick.
Simple Dose Report.
Provides a dose report embedded in the image series, available whenever and wherever the images are viewed.
Locked Protocols (Access Controls, XR-26).
Protects protocols from unintended changes (unless an authorized password is used) to ensure more consistent imaging results and avoid unintended dose changes.
Reduced kV Imaging.
Allows selection of the lowest appropriate kV for the individual patients’ size — supports scanning at 80, 100, 120 or 140kVp.