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Samsung Medison Launches the New HS70A, Bringing Inspiration to Your Daily Practice

2016 30 Jun

High image performance and seamless workflow for general imaging Providing efficiency for hospitals with demanding daily diagnosis Samsung Medison, a global medical equipment company, announced the launch of ’HS70A’, the new high-end ultrasound system designed for multi-purpose in hospitals and private care over various medical fields.The HS70A’s high... Read more

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Fujifilm Sonosite Announces Launch Of The New Sonosite Sii, The Simply Smart Ultrasound System

2016 12 Apr

FUJIFILM SonoSite Inc., specialists in developing cutting-edge ultrasound solutions and providing world-leading education to enable point-of-care visualization access has announced CE mark and 510(k) clearance for its new mountable ultrasound system, the SonoSite SII. Developed for regional anesthesia, vascular access and trauma applications, the SII... Read more

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MyLab™Eight: New Flagship Product in Esaote MyLab™ Ultrasound Family

2016 02 Mar

As a leading player in the diagnostic ultrasound market, Esaote has more than 30 years of experience in developing and fine-tuning ultrasound systems and probes for a broad range of clinical segments.  MyLab™ ultrasound solutions are designed to meet the most demanding clinical needs in many applications: from abdominal to vascular, including musculoskeletal,... Read more

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Vision Clear with Mindray's iClear™Technology

2016 21 Jan

Thanks to its continuing effort in innovations, Mindray is proud to introduce a new breakthrough in speckle reduction called iClearTM adaptive image processing.Speckle, an inherent imaging artifact, has been a major obstacle to further differentiate desired anatomy with ultrasound systems. The implementation of iClearTM realizes aggressive suppression... Read more

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V Flow : A Novel Visualization of Blood Flow

2016 21 Jan

IntroductionUltrasound color flow mapping (CFM) has been extensively used in clinical diagnosis. Velocity of blood flow is calculated through a leg-one auto-correlation [1] method using the beamformed and filtered receiving signals. The magnitude of velocity relative to the direction of ultrasound beam propagation can be obtained and thus is applicable... Read more


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