News | Ultrasound Imaging | March 13, 2018

The new Aplio a-series will contribute to Canon Medical System's existing ultrasound product line-up

Canon Medical Systems Expands Aplio Line-Up With New A-Series

March 13, 2018 –  At the European Congress for Radiology, in Vienna, Canon will launch the new Aplio a-series, their latest diagnostic ultrasound systems that extends their product portfolio across all existing market segments.

Aplio a550 and Aplio a450 are completely new systems, designed for the Aplio a-series ultrasound product line-up. These systems build upon the Aplio i-series architecture, allowing clinicians to benefit from premium imaging performance during daily routine scanning. Canon’s Beam technology delivers high definition images with clarity, enhanced penetration and fewer artifacts. Aplio a-series offers a wide range of advanced clinical applications combined with iSense ergonomics, producing intelligent product design and intuitive workflow that meets the high demands of today’s busy clinician.

Aplio’s robustness and shared-service capabilities also provide a reliable and flexible solution for multi-disciplinary imaging departments and hospitals striving toward a more efficient use of clinical and financial assets. Compatibility with existing Aplio (T-series) transducers enables the current Aplio users to confidently invest in this new generation platform to grow their business.

The Aplio i-series is one of three new diagnostic ultrasound systems to be launched by Canon at ECR 2018. All products will be exhibited during ECR 2018.

For more information: www.eu.medical.canon

 

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