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New ultrasound and MRI systems

By 17th July 2013No Comments

Esaote, has recently launched its next generation imaging technology in dedicated MRI and Ultrasound.

• eHD ultrasound technology is the culmination of a complete re-engineering process through the steps of image capture, processing and display interfaces of Esaote’s existing MyLabM ultrasound systems. At its core the eHD Technology features the eHD Pulser system which creates optimal ultrasound beam waveform for ultimate image clarity with no frame rate reduction. eHD has also been applied to Esaote’s iQProbe to improve transducer bandwidth and deliver increased signal sensitivity. An apple probe’ grip configuration has also been introduced for greater operator control and comfort. eHD features key software development to reduce interference and deliver better visibility of internal structures and improved readability and diagnosis. Esaote’s advanced Doppler technology has been updated with the introduction of eHD CFM which offers optimized vessel border detection with increased sensitivity and depth. For high resolution, high definition work, eHD XFlow is available to maximise spatial resolution and Doppler signal penetration.

• eXP MRI Technology

The new eXP system allows ever faster and more accurate acquisition and reconstruction processing for improved image quality. Scan times are dramatically reduced, as are overall power consumption and running costs. To increase the speed of image acquisition and reconstruction, eXP combines powerful GPU hardware with advanced software, producing superior quality images with substantially reduced scan times. For example, Fast Spin Echo (FSE) sequences can be obtained up to 40 percent faster with eXP Technology The new system features improve methods to manage the Echo Train Length combined with highly sophisticated algorithms for the acquisition and reconstruction of the K-space to improved diagnostic accuracy. Similarly, the use of Metallic Artefact Reduction (MAR) technique reduces artefacts and improves diagnostic quality when imaging patients with metallic implants.


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