Technology | October 16, 2007

Ultrasound Systems Offer Flexibility, Better Contrast

The LOGIQ I 10-pound system reportedly empowers clinicians with volume imaging and wireless capability for comprehensive radiology, vascular, neonatal, breast and musculoskeletal imaging point of patient care, including areas with constricted space such as the ICU or between incubators in the neonatal intensive care unit. It also features the capacity to store raw ultrasound data and transmit it wirelessly to a workstation.

LOGIQ 9 reportedly helps clinicians more quickly and precisely perform general ultrasound imaging in a broad range of clinical applications from abdominal, to breast, to vascular imaging.

Clinicians can achieve premium image quality through Speckle Reduction Imaging in High Definition, including organ-specific imaging through a detailed imaging process that images according to tissue type, reportedly resulting in better contrast resolution and border detection.

Also spotlighted at RSNA, Voluson E8 includes a number of tools to help improve clinical workflow, including Sonography based Volume Computer Aided Diagnosis, an automated imaging tool that reportedly improves workflow by making it easier to acquire volume images of the fetal heart. It also features a high-resolution 4D transvaginal probe that helps clinicians see and detect fetal abnormalities earlier than ever before.

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