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Fuji updates CR interface

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Flex UI, a new software interface for computed radiography products made by Fujifilm Medical Systems USA, enables users to define functionality according to departmental protocol. The interface can run on a range of platforms, including PDAs and tablet

Flex UI, a new software interface for computed radiography products made by Fujifilm Medical Systems USA, enables users to define functionality according to departmental protocol. The interface can run on a range of platforms, including PDAs and tablet PCs. Flex UI is designed to enhance workflow by accommodating individual preferences. It builds on the earlier development of Fuji's Flash IIP console, which automates the patient registration process. Flex UI further simplifies the process using customizable protocols and providing quicker access to frequently used functions through icons representing these functions. Patient information fields can also be customized.

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