Philips Electronics recently launched its new Philips HD11 XE cardiology ultrasound system.
The new Philips HD11 XE seems like a nice upgrade on earlier sonos, especially on the software. The QLAB quantification software helps physicians improve their diagnostic capability by providing non-invasive assessment of cardiac and vascular anatomy and function, including:
– Strain Quantification, using Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI) provides tools to quantify velocity and evaluate patients for synchronization therapy
– Automated intima media thickness (IMT) measurements of carotid and other superficial arteries
– Region of Interest (ROI) quantification to analyze pixel intensities from 2D or colour Doppler data sets in up to 10 user-defined regions, and graph them over time
It’s not just cardiology, though — the system can do OB/GYN, general medical diagnostics, and more.
Additional specs at Philips Medical…