News | June 18, 2012

Toshiba's Ultrasound Systems Offer Breakthrough Image Quality and Advanced Ergonomics

Aplio 500, Aplio 300 and Viamo showcased at SVU annual conference 

June 18, 2012 — Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. will showcase the Aplio 500, Aplio 300 and Viamo ultrasound systems at the Society for Vascular Ultrasound (SVU) annual conference, June 7 to June 9, 2012, in National Harbor, Md. All systems combine advanced visualization capabilities with ergonomics and flexibility to improve departmental efficiency.

Toshiba’s Aplio 500 offers picture-perfect imaging with advanced visualization features, including Fly Thru. An industry-first technology, Fly Thru gives a new perspective to 4-D ultrasound, allowing clinicians to “fly through” interiors of ducts and vessels for better exploration of lesions and masses. The Aplio 300 offers exceptional image quality in a smaller, versatile platform designed to be a clinical workhorse for all routine ultrasound exams. Aplio 300 comes standard with the same advanced workflow tools and ergonomics as the Aplio 500 system, including the iStyle + Productivity Suite.

The Viamo is the industry’s only no-compromise laptop ultrasound system, with advanced imaging capabilities previously unavailable on systems of its size. The Viamo, equipped with the performance of Toshiba’s larger, cart-based systems, delivers best-in-class image quality and penetration (up to 40 cm) from the patient’s bedside to an operating room. With its unique flexibility to be used in either laptop or tablet mode, the Viamo is ready to use in any situation, and its dynamic touch screen allows for seamless, comfortable operation of the system.

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