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Fujifilm Europe Launches New `Harmony` Version of its Amulet Innovality Mammography System

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 27 Apr 2021
FUJIFILM Europe GmbH (Düsseldorf, Germany) has launched the new “Harmony” version of its AMULET Innovality mammography system that brings together improved diagnostic performance with new design themes to embellish and illuminate the mammography suite, creating an environment to put patients at ease.

With the Harmony version, Fujifilm has introduced a series of decorations that can be applied to the mammography unit and to the rooms where the examinations take place. The new designs are pleasant and lively, and are created to make the mammography examination less stressful, promoting greater relaxation and comfort. The breast unit room can be transformed into a really welcome place where women can feel at ease, while waiting and during the exam.

Image: The `Harmony` version of the AMULET Innovality mammography system (Photo courtesy of FUJIFILM Europe GmbH)
Image: The `Harmony` version of the AMULET Innovality mammography system (Photo courtesy of FUJIFILM Europe GmbH)

“The “Harmony” version of the AMULET Innovality mammography system improves the instruments that allow you to work on precision images combining Fujifilm’s advanced technologies, Dynamic Visualization II and Iterative Super Reconstruction, improving reading comfort and speed due to balanced image processing and display of all relevant details in one image,” said Eiji Ogawa, VP Modality Solutions, QA and RA FUJIFILM Europe GmbH. “In addition, improved S-View offers a new synthetic 2D image that combines 3D power and 2D reading speed. These innovative features help the doctor’s diagnosis, aiming to make it more accurate and precise.”




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