At the ongoing 55th Annual Clinical Meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) in San Diego, GE Healthcare is launching a new OB/GYN-friendly ultrasound system, the Voluson e.
The technology, explained by the company in yesterday’s press release and product page:
GE Healthcare launches today the Voluson e system, a compact ultrasound system designed specifically for women’s healthcare, including obstetric, gynecological, and other clinical applications. The portability of this approximately 11-pound system can provide high-quality imaging at the patient bedside and for community clinics, where space constraints are possible…
Introducing the advanced technology imaging platform of the Voluson® E8, a premier women’s healthcare system that delivers a new generation of image quality using ground-breaking diagnostic tools for earlier diagnoses. And opens the door for imaging innovations to come.
A revolutionary new high resolution 4D transvaginal probe helps you see and detect fetal abnormalities earlier than ever, and significantly improves diagnostic confidence in complex GYN exams.
New matrix array volume probes establish a whole new category of image clarity for volume imaging. With increased spatial resolution that provides better visualization for 2D and multiplanar imaging.
The new, automated imaging tool, SonoVCAD – Sonography-based Computer Aided Diagnosis, improves workflow by making it easier to acquire volume images of the fetal heart.
Product page: Voluson
Press release: GE HEALTHCARE LAUNCHES NEW LAPTOP-SIZE ULTRASOUND DESIGNED FOR WOMEN’S HEALTHCARE AT ACOG 2007 …