News | Ultrasound Imaging | October 02, 2019

Canon Medical Systems Aplio A-series Line of Ultrasound Systems

New Aplio a-series delivers ultrasound market advanced technology, ergonomics and multipurpose use at attainable price point

Canon's Aplio a series of ultrasound systems

The Aplio a-series from Canon Medical Systems is a new line of ultrasound systems delivering high performance for multiple clinical uses at an affordable price point. Designed with the imaging, ergonomics and workflow capabilities of Canon Medical’s premium ultrasound systems in mind, the Aplio a-series, which includes the a550 and a450, covers a broad range of clinical areas, from cardiology to women’s health for routine day-to-day excellence. Features of the a-series product line includes high-end image quality that seamlessly integrates into workflow for a wide range of everyday imaging needs, including high-resolution 2-D imaging and volumetric ultrasound; support for sonographers’ health with intuitive controls for easy operation and ergonomics which may reduce operator stress for various patient exams with help from Canon Medical’s Healthy Sonographer Program  –  a CME-accredited training and web support offering; and a wide range of qualitative and quantitative tools thanks to iSense technology which enables easy operation and objective, reproducible results. Advanced applications like iSMI and Differential Tissue Harmonics, available on the Aplio a550, provide clinicians with the ability to meet a range of clinical needs. 

For more information: www.us.medical.canon.com

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