Technology | October 03, 2011

Toshiba Showcases Advanced Ultrasound Systems

Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc. will showcase its suite of premium ultrasound systems, including the Aplio XG, Aplio MX and Viamo, at the 2011 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting. Toshiba’s ultrasound systems allow sonographers to perform exams more efficiently, resulting in reduced patient exam time and increased throughput. Advanced clinical applications improve image quality with increased detail and clarity for a faster, more accurate diagnosis.

  • Aplio XG: Toshiba’s flagship system, equipped with advanced technologies that improve image quality and facilitate clinical research. Its 4-D imaging capabilities add a new dimension to diagnostic ultrasound, consisting of clear, 3-D images of any internal anatomy in real time to show live movement and anatomical functions.
  • Aplio MX: A premium portable radiology system with ergonomic features to reduce exam time for patients. When compared with conventional ultrasound systems, the Aplio MX is approximately 30 percent lighter and uses 35 percent less power. It is a smaller, more portable system, making it easier for hospital staff to maneuver the system and access the patient.
  • Viamo: The company’s laptop ultrasound system with advanced radiology capabilities allows clinicians to capture high-quality ultrasound images. With the ability to be used as a laptop or mounted on a wall or pole in tablet mode, the Viamo is ready to use in emergency settings, and its touch-screen capabilities allow for easy integration in procedure rooms.


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