MicroMaxx's purpose-built software and proprietary ASIC design yields high-quality images, while efficiently operating on either AC or battery power. The system boots up to scanning mode in under 15 seconds in a busy office, large hospital or critical care setting. This 7.7-pound device with a small footprint is designed to get medical professionals into, and out of, tight spaces fast.
It comes with a wide variety of transducers for multiple clinical applications, extending the capabilities of hand-carried systems by adding features such as high-frequency linear and multiplane transesophageal imaging.

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