News | May 21, 2012

Neusoft Launches NeuViz 64-Slice CT Scanner

May 21, 2012 — Neusoft Medical Systems Co. Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Neusoft Corp., announced the introduction of its NeuViz 64 multi-slice computed tomography (CT) scanner into the global market. This device, developed independently by Neusoft Medical, debuted at the 67th China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) in spring 2012. It is currently pending approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Neusoft Medical has introduced the rapid evolution of CT technology in China to meet the global demand for high-quality affordable imaging, rapidly progressing from a single-slice scanner to the release of the NeuViz 64. It is the latest installment in a line of product offerings from Neusoft, and is focused on minimizing patient X-ray dose without compromising image quality. These design strategies have resulted in a low dose CT system that delivers high patient throughput, is easy to use, performs advanced cardiac imaging and provides for a wide variety of clinically relevant post-processing and diagnostic techniques.

"As a medical system supplier focused on software technologies, Neusoft Medical has been driving the trends of China's CT industry by innovatively combining software and product engineering. Neusoft Medical is the only Chinese medical system supplier that can produce CTs, and we are committed to continuous innovation and investment in CT and other new medical products," said Jiang Genmiao, vice president of Neusoft Corp. and president of Neusoft Medical.

For more information: http://medical.neusoft.com/en

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