Technology | December 04, 2008

New Echocardiography System Offers Robust Features

December 4, 2008 - ZONARE Medical Systems introduced at RSNA its new echocardiography release for the ultra system, which incorporates Zone Sonography technology, premium image quality and improved performance and features for use in hospitals and bedside studies.

The new echocardiography release for the ultra system builds upon advanced diagnostic imaging capabilities and workflow improvements to meet the demands of today’s changing healthcare environment. With the system, clinicians can perform a full diagnostic exam that is comparable to those done with large 300-400 pound ultrasound systems.

With a comprehensive calculations package for left ventricle analysis and valvular pathologies, physicians can assess their cardiac patient’s valvular and ventricular function efficiently, leading to confident diagnostic decisions. In addition, advanced color and spectral Doppler sensitivity help physicians to more accurately assess overall cardiac function.

ZONARE’s echocardiography release further enhances the ergonomic features offered on the ultra system as well. There is a one-button image optimization along with continuous focusing, which reduces keystrokes needed to optimize the study. In addition, the new option offers transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) imaging capabilities for expanded clinical utility.

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