Technology | July 04, 2006

Latest Features for Ultrasound Systems Showcased

The Aplio XV now offers Expanded Differential Tissue Harmonics, a patented, proprietary harmonic technique especially helpful with larger, difficult to scan patients, on a broader range of transducers.
The Xario’s new 4-D imaging feature provides users with clear, continuously updated, moving images that allow real-time visualization of anatomy. Introduced at AIUM 2005, the Xario has already been upgraded to include features from Toshiba’s Aplio system, such as Advanced Dynamic Flow, Panoramic View and Advanced Contour Tracking for cardiology.

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