ECLOS16 is a multislice CT solution that reportedly delivers superb image quality and enhanced workflow in an aesthetic design with an emphasis on efficiency. Combining a wide range of clinical capabilities with exceptional system reliability and service, the ECLOS16 addresses the need for a quality 16-slice CT system that provides lower total cost of ownership.
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