News | August 19, 2009

Sentinelle to Focus on Bright Imaging Analysis Software at BIC

August 19, 2009 - Sentinelle Medical will focus on the Aegis with Bright 2.0 Imaging Analysis Software in booth 16 at the Breast Imaging Conference, held in Glendale, Ariz., August 15-17, 2009.

Aegis with BRIGHT 2.0 is engineered to optimize the performance of two precious resources: highly-skilled professionals and leading edge technology. This revolutionary system from Sentinelle Medical was developed from the ground up with the distinct needs of radiologists and technologists in mind, offering flexibility and workflow efficiency.

Designed to simplify biopsy and localization procedures, the system is highly intuitive, easy to use and adaptable to the needs of your practice. With immediate and direct access to MR images, Aegis with BRIGHT 2.0 computes targeted information quickly and accurately, enabling faster throughput and streamlined workflows.

Sentinelle’s suite of advanced technologies for breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and intervention – including high performance coils,
throughput-enhancing patient stretchers and innovative software solutions is designed to create an integrated, flexible and dedicated system. The company provides the Sentinelle Vanguard MRI breast coil for GE Healthcare, Siemens Healthcare or Toshiba America Medical Systems.

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