Technology | June 27, 2006

Toshiba Offers Variety of Ultrasound Systems

Aplio XV now offers Expanded Differential Tissue Harmonics, a patented, proprietary harmonic technique that can help with larger, difficult to scan patients, on a broader range of transducers.
According to the Toshiba, the Xario’s new 4-D imaging feature provides users with clear, continuously updated, moving images that allow real-time visualization of anatomy.
The Nemio is a compact, full-featured scalable platform available in three configurations. Features include Tissue Harmonic Imaging for maximum diagnostic information; Quad Signal Processing; Directional Color Angiography; and a wide range of transducers that span numerous diagnostic fields.
Toshiba’s Famio is a high-end grayscale 2-D system. It is fully digital and ready to use right out-of-the-box, which allows superior useability and image quality.

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