Philips has released a new clinical ultrasound system at the Arab Health 2009 in Dubai this week. The company says that the new system is especially well suited for ObGyn work.
Features from the HD9 product page:
Live iSlice, which creates slices of a volume rendering to zero in on the region of interestTrimester-optimized Spatio-Temporal Image Correlation (STIC), which aids in evaluating fetal heart anatomy and function Tissue Specific Imaging (TSI) optimizes the system for the specific transducer and exam type, resulting in excellent image quality with little need for time-wasting adjustments.
Also contributing to the HD9’s clinical excellence are the system’s digital broadband beamformer, which uses the full range of ultrasound frequencies to better differentiate tissue, and tissue aberration correction for 2D imaging.
iSCAN image optimization, a quick, one-button function that automatically adjusts multiple parameters in 2D and Doppler exams Quad View, a tool that allows you to review four structures, in multiple modes, simultaneously on a single screen Quick Keys for fetal biometry, which facilitates workflow during patient exams Menu optimization, so that the items you use most often are never more than one layer deep A full suite of DICOM capabilities to facilitate patient workflow and information exchange High Q automatic Doppler analysis
Press release: Philips announces new ultrasound system focused on the health needs of women
Product page: Philips HD9