This week at the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine annual meeting in Las Vegas, Toshiba is launching its Xario 200 compact ultrasound. Designed to fit into tight spaces, it weighs 165 lbs (75 kg), and features Toshiba’s Precision Imaging, Differential Tissue Harmonics (D-THI) and Advanced Dynamic Flow (ADF) technologies.
This is a general purpose device for a variety of applications, capable of scanning up to a 40 cm depth.
Some of the features from the product page:
Volume imaging suite: A full-fledged solution featuring a comprehensive set of imaging modes including surface rendering, MultiView and MPR .
Realtime elastography: Assists you in localizing and assessing palpable masses with high accuracy, sensitivity and reproducibility.
Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound (CEUS): Allows you to assess and quantify perfusion dynamics in a wide range of clinical settings including specialized exams.
Panoramic View: Helps you visualize widespread areas and anatomical relationships by creating wide-view images of a region of interest.
Stress Echo: Fast and accurate cardiac assessment supporting standard and user-defined protocols for exercise and pharmacological studies.
Auto IMT: An easy-to-use, automated tool to determine the thickness of the intima-media layers of the carotid walls.
Product page: Xario 200…