Technology | July 04, 2006

New Release Shows Greater 4-Sight

SONOLINE 60 has been upgraded a notch to SONOLINE G60 S Ultrasound System Release 2006, which will be shipped to customers this March. SONOLINE G60 S makes gains on fourSight 4-D ultrasound technology by combining rapid volume acquisition and rendering rates with streamlined workflow, plus it is equipped with tools for analysis and quantification of obstetrical, gynecological and general imaging exams. The new P9-4 phased array transducer enhances neonatal and pediatric applications.
Release 2006 increases diagnostic performance with the new CH5-2 curved array transducer with Hanafy lens technology.
G60 streamlines workflow with TGO tissue grayscale optimization technology and through better exam acquisition, quantification and annotation. Flexible exam output is available in PC and DICOM compatible formats.
The system’s versatility allows the user to: choose between two, three and four transducer port configurations; add a cardiac imaging package; or select other technologies.

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