Technology | November 25, 2014

Samsung Introduces RS80A Ultrasound System

Light source selection, hybrid beamforming among features that enhance imaging quality

Samsung Introduces RS80A Ultrasound System

Photo courtesy of Samsung

November 25, 2014 — Samsung Electronics America Inc. announced availability in the United States of the Samsung RS80A, a high-resolution ultrasound system. Incorporating Samsung’s latest technology, the RS80A offers sophisticated digital image processing and high resolution to support accurate diagnosis. 

The system provides fast, easy and accurate imaging across a number of applications, such as abdomen, vascular, cardiac, small organs, breast, urology, musculoskeletal, pediatric and fetal/obstetrics and gynecology.

The RS80A operates on Samsung’s S-Vision architecture complemented by S-Vue transducer performance and ClearVision sophisticated digital imaging processing. With advancements, including hybrid beamforming technology, the next-generation SDMR and Single Crystal Probe technology, the Samsung RS80A delivers consistent and high-resolution image quality.

A comprehensive 3-D technology suite includes Realistic Vue. This allows the user to select light source direction to display high-resolution 3-D anatomy with detail and realistic depth perception. The product also offers a comprehensive selection of 2-D, 3-D and 4-D transducers and the reliability of a solid state drive.

The RS80A incorporates a high-resolution, 23-inch HD LED display; a 13.3-inch tilting tablet touchscreen; and a six-way motorized adjustable console. 

For more information: www.samsung.com/ultrasound

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