Minimally Invasive Advanced Surgical Endoscopy
Minimally invasive procedures reduce pain and scarring and are associated with shorter hospital stays, fewer complications and faster recovery timeâ€”all of which contribute to improved patient outcomes and patient satisfaction. Drawing on our medical imaging and optical technology expertise, Fujifilm is uniquely poised to bring exciting new advances to the field of minimally invasive surgery. We market a complete range of minimally invasive systems and accessories designed to meet the needs of surgeons across the clinical spectrum. The Fujifilm product portfolio is engineered to revolutionize the conventional minimally invasive endoscopic procedure and to raise the standard of patient care.
With a â€œpatient-firstâ€ philosophy in mind, we develop innovations focused on practical applications that can be utilized in everyday patient care. Fujifilm technologies are designed to allow surgeries to be performed with less pain while reducing recovery times and improving outcomes. Our Ultra-Slim Video Laparoscopes use a proprietary Super Honeycomb CCD technology, which provides physicians with unsurpassed image sharpness. Lightweight and ergonomic, these exceptionally slim laparoscopes rival the competition by improving clinical workflow, lessening physician fatigue, and potentially reducing the size of incisions.
Our Laparoscopes are paired with Fujifilmâ€™s camera head and state-of-the art EPX-4440FN processor that delivers advanced imaging technology with HDTV resolution in a compact design.
The Full High Definition Surgical Visualization System is manufactured to support a wide variety of surgical specialties. This solution includes a comprehensive portfolio of rigid surgical scopes, cameras and video processing systems.
We envision a future where even the most challenging surgeries are easier on physicians and gentler on patients. Fujifilm will expand its minimally invasive tools portfolio, leading the way in developing the next generation of products designed to handle ever more sophisticated surgeries.