News | February 18, 2009

ZONARE Released New Point-of-Care Ultrasound

February 19, 2009 - ZONARE Medical Systems Inc. introduced its new z.one ultra sp ultrasound system for point-of-care markets such as emergency medicine, interventional radiology, venous ablation, anesthesiology and OB/GYN.

The z.one ultra sp system builds upon the precedent set by the company's z.one ultra system, aiming to offer superb image quality. Based on the company's proprietary Zone Sonography technology, the new system offers a simple and intuitive user interface for a wider base of physicians. Clinicians can easily convert the z.one ultra sp system from a full-featured, cart-based system into a premium compact system without sacrificing image quality or performance, according to ZONARE.

With software-based architecture, ZONARE is able to engineer technology solutions at a lower cost, therefore reportedly offer new ultrasound platforms at a substantially lower cost than conventional ultrasound systems.

The z.one ultra sp ultrasound system will begin shipping to customers in the second quarter of 2009.

For more information: www.zonare.com

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