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An ALOKA First: ALOKA’s Surgical Ultrasound Probes Compatible with All STERRAD Sterilization Systems
November 16, 2010
ALOKA Ultrasound Announces Compatibility of All Intraoperative Transducers with STERRAD® NX™ and 100NX™ Sterilization Systems from ASP
WALLINGFORD, CT - ALOKA Ultrasound, the worldwide leader in the intraoperative ultrasound market, today announced its endorsement of STERRAD NX and 100NX Systems from Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP) as compatible sterilization methods for all ALOKA intraoperative transducers. The endorsement follows completion of rigorous sterilization validation and device functionality studies performed by ASP in accordance with recognized ANSI/AAMI/ISO standards and guidelines, as well as pertinent FDA requirements.
“ALOKA is proud to be the first and only ultrasound company with its intraoperative transducers listed on ASP’s STERRAD Sterility Guide (SSG) as compatible with all STERRAD Systems,” said David Famiglietti, Chief Operating Officer for ALOKA America, Ltd. “This means that healthcare facilities no longer need to differentiate between the various STERRAD systems for use with our products.
“With more than 60 years in the healthcare industry, ALOKA understands that when it comes to using ultrasound, doctors and their patients demand nothing but the best,” continued Famiglietti. “As a company dedicated to ultrasound for surgeons, this is yet another way that ALOKA is helping our customers achieve greater efficiencies.”
STERRAD is a registered trademark and NX and 100NX are trademarks of ASP. For more information on ASP, visit www.aspjj.com.
About ALOKA Company, Ltd.
ALOKA Company, Ltd. (TOKYO: 7704), an innovator in ultrasound for 60 years, is the oldest continuously operating ultrasound company in the world. ALOKA is one of the most experienced and innovative firms in the diagnostic ultrasound market. ALOKA was the first to develop the convex array probe in 1981; invented color Doppler technology in 1983; and introduced the world to 3D Volume Mode in 1996. Today, these technologies have become indispensable diagnostic tools for ultrasound examinations in a wide variety of clinical applications. ALOKA, with its worldwide headquarters located in Tokyo, Japan and U.S. headquarters in Wallingford, CT, has over 56 domestic and overseas business establishments, including subsidiaries. ALOKA exports its products to more than 150 countries and has installed over 200,000 ultrasound systems across the globe. www.aloka.com
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