Entering the Indian market has become one of the key expansion plans for most medical device manufacturers, as proper assessment of the market and selection of reliable distributors is cost effective and reduces time to market. The latest technologies being introduced in India, will change the way of operation and bring high advancements in the hospitals to make the healthcare market in India stronger.
“The International Technical Exhibition of Medical Images 2015” was held recently in Tokyo and Fujifilm with their vast experience in optical imaging and film technology introduced new and innovative systems for diagnostics. This latest and most innovative digital radiography detector is to be promoted in India and ASEAN market by Fujifilm. ‘Synopsis Vincent’ will improve the diagnostics sector for diseases related to lungs and liver. It can take up to 1000 images of lung disease and up to 300 of liver.
By the usage of the technology Synopsis Vincent, doctors can find the results quick and precise. It shows the 3D image of the body including blood vessel, bone and other internal organs. It will also help the doctors prepare better for liver transplant, lung transplant, kidney removing and brain surgery.
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