Technology | April 08, 2013

Samsung Introduces New Ultrasound System and Rendering Software

The Ugeo H60 looks to combine imagining performance with a slim design

Samsung Ugeo

April 8, 2013 — Samsung Electronics America Inc. announced the Samsung Ugeo H60, the first ultrasound system integrating Samsung technology and design introduced to the U.S. medical imaging market. The Samsung Ugeo H60 ensures superior imaging performance and a sleek design that provides users with a fast, accurate and intuitive ultrasound experience.

In addition, Samsung is also introducing FRV - Feto Realistic View, a new image rendering technology for the premium Accuvix A30 ultrasound system that gathers much more information from 3-D/4-D data than previous versions, enabling highly detailed images of the fetus. The FRV software update will be available to new and existing Accuvix A30 customers.

The Ugeo H60 features SDMR image processing technology, providing sharp 2-D images for optimal diagnostic performance and S-Flow, a function that enables color detection with superior sensitivity, that allows even micro vessels to appear in high resolution.

In addition, the UGEO H60’s 18.5-inch LED-backlit monitor features Samsung’s image processing technologies and Hybrid Imaging Engine to deliver clear, accurate clinical images.
The Ugeo H60 offers a slim profile for optimal use in crowded scan rooms. Innovative features include a built-in gel warmer, which keeps the ultrasound gel at a temperature between 86 and 102 degrees, helping to ensure patient comfort.

The Ugeo H60 utilizes the same touch screen display technology as Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1, providing a responsive touch experience combined with a selection of customizable keys and menus for quick operation and efficient workflow.

For more information: samsung.com/global/business/healthcare

 

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