Technology | September 21, 2009

MEDISON Rolls Out Dedicated OB/GYN Ultrasound

September 21, 2009 - MEDISON will launch a new dedicated high performance OB/GYN ultrasound system, ACCUVIX V20 'Prestige', featuring the industry's first multi-rendering 3D/4D technology, 3D MXI (3D Multi-eXtended Imaging).

The 'Prestige' is the ultrasound imaging system, offering a 19-inch high-resolution flat screen monitor and 3D MXI (3D Multi-eXtended Imaging, including Multi Volume Slice, Mirror View, Multi-OVIX, 3D Orientation Help, designed to give users higher quality images than ever with greater ease and improved diagnostic confidence.

Along with the cutting edge 3D MXI (3D Multi-eXtended Imaging), the 'Prestige' also comes with extended diagnostic tools including DMR+ (DynamicMR+), Auto IMT and Panoramic imaging technology. With sophisticated image processing technology and automated diagnostic tools, MEDISON customers can get a rich and full experience on outstanding imaging performance and enhanced functionality for OB/GYN and general imaging as well. Especially DMR+ (DynamicMR+) is fully optimized for evaluating detailed obstetrical, pelvic and abdominal anatomy.

Besides, the 'Prestige' is specially designed for optimum user comfort and workflow efficiency, provides 360 degree articulated monitor arm, ergonomic key grouping and 19-inch flat LCD with haze eliminating filter, allowing users to diagnose in ideal environment at daily practice.

The 'Prestige' will be available for global users, starting with the showcase at 19th ISUOG 2009, a world-renowned OB/GYN congress, which is being held on September 13th to 17th in Hamburg, Germany.

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