A good choice for cardiovascular ultrasound
Cardiology CLEARLY DEFINED
We are proud of the reputation we’ve built over the last 60 years as an industry leader in diagnostic ultrasound. Known for our excellent image quality, superior system reliability and intuitive use of cutting edge technology, we remain the ideal choice for exceptional diagnostic ultrasound imaging in the field of Cardiovascular medicine. In 1983, our company was the first to release a Colour Doppler system, or a real-time 2-dimensional blood flow imaging system, capable of displaying colour moving pictures of the blood flow in a pulsing heart in real time. This was indeed a feat and revolutionized the diagnostic methods for heart disease, which had been said to be the most difficult. We did not stop there, but spurred onward in pursuit of new systems and methods. Our focused dedication to diagnostic ultrasound imaging allows us to offer nowadays a full range of products to meet the needs for all your Cardiovascular applications.
Independent CW Doppler
Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI)
TDI procedures provide high resolution images of detected disturbances in cardiac wall motion. The colour visualization provides quantitative dynamic views of the myocardium. The spectral tissue Doppler allows quantitative analysis of regional wall motion.
The fully integrated stress echocardiography module enables advanced cardiac imaging, with greater flexibility. Examination protocols are simple to programme, ensuring ease of use. The extensive display charts provide accurate analysis and comprehensive visualization of results.
Dynamic Contrast Harmonic Imaging (dCHI)
The dCHI module enables the efficient and straightforward application of contrast agents. This offers protocols for examinations requiring high and low MI and new clinical functions for next-generation contrast media examinations.
Tissue Tracking and Colour Tissue Tracking
The 8-point or 64-parallel-point tissue tracking, combined with high frame rate imaging, enables accurate documentation and evaluation of myocardial timing and function.
Dual Gate Doppler
Simultaneous real-time PW/PW, PW/TDI, TDI/TDI enables the documentation and evaluation of cardiac inflow, tissue contractility and relaxation events, during the cardiac cycle.
Automatic measurement of Intima-Media Thickness (IMT)
Automatically measures the IMT, averaged over a large distance, providing risk management for CAD.