October 10, 2007 - Ultrasound technology maker Biosound Esaote will feature the MyLab25 and MyLab30 ultrasound systems at the ASA show.
Targeted for the anesthesiology market, these systems offer the latest technology and innovative features to provide the highest quality images when performing regional nerve blocks and vascular access procedures. These portable ultrasound systems allow the user to adapt to any environment.
Some of the advanced features include: multifrequency, broad bandwidth probes with frequencies ranging from 18 to 1 MHz; split screen with simultaneous 2D and color Doppler imaging; on board and integrated CD/DVD burning capability; and several output options including multimedia, DICOM and Native.
Dr. David Hardman of Duke University Medical Center will be performing system demonstrations at the Biosound Esaote booth at 12:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct.14, 9:30 and noon Monday, Oct. 15, and noon Tuesday, Oct. 16.
For more information: www.biosound.com