News | October 11, 2006

Philips Unveils New Vision in Ultrasound Technologies

Royal Philips Electronics introduced today several new ultrasound technologies and products designed to enhance the clinical value of volumetric imaging, provide new tools for interventional procedures, shorten exam times and facilitate pediatric echo, as part of its Vision 2007 and Performance 2007 ultrasound system and quantification software enhancements.
The new Vision 2007 and Performance 2007 technologies are designed to improve patient care and simplify workflow. The series of new technologies includes iSLICE intelligent slicing that provides progressive views of anatomy; customizable, protocol-driven exam software for more efficient workflow; a new RF ablation tool with enhanced imaging for interventional procedures; X7-2 4D xMATRIX, a transducer small enough for pediatric cardiology; L15-7io, a compact, high-frequency transducer for musculoskeletal exams and intraoperative vascular procedures; and D2tcd transducer and trans cranial Doppler enhancements for enhanced visualization of adult cranial vasculature.

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