PowerVision ultrasound system

PowerVision ultrasound system

Imaging High frame-rate, fully-digital ultrasound system allows for superior image quality, especially of moving organs–as a fetal heart beating or Pts that are incapable of holding their breath during examination
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12, 1997--Toshiba America Medical Systems introduced four ultrasound transducers for expanded pelvic, vascular and transcranial imaging capabilities using the fully-digital PowerVision Ultrasound System.
Designed for use on the fully-digital PowerVision Ultrasound System, DCA provides the capability to perform truly non-invasive angiography studies.
With Directional Color Angio, Toshiba has expanded the clinical utility of the PowerVision ultrasound system to conduct more comprehensive, non-invasive angiographic procedures by providing tissue perfusion information comparable to other imaging modalities," said Suzanne Certain, director, Ultrasound Marketing.
Toshiba America Medical Systems on Tuesday introduced the PowerVision Ultrasound System for general imaging at the 82nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.
The PowerVision Ultrasound System is availAMS markets, sells, distributes and services diagnostic imaging systems.
TAMS) announced the availability of the Automated Cardiac Flow Measurement (ACM) technology for the PowerVision Ultrasound System.
ACM technology is possible as a result of the extensive computing capabilities on Toshiba's PowerVision Ultrasound System.
11, 1996--Toshiba America Medical Systems (TAMS) announced today that it has expanded the capabilities of the PowerVision Ultrasound System for cardiology applications with its new Productivity Enhancement package.
The all-digital PowerVision ultrasound systems provide harmonic imaging capabilities for use with contrast agents and is of particular value when scanning difficult to image patients.