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Hitachi Aloka Medical, Ltd. Announces the New F37 Ultrasound System
April 15, 2013
Hitachi Aloka Medical, Ltd. delivers the message for Woman’s Healthcare “Clearly imaging a woman’s life, Good things lie ahead” and announces the release of the new F37 at the upcoming ACOG Annual meeting in New Orleans.
Wallingford, CT - Hitachi Aloka Medical, Ltd. delivers the message for Woman’s Healthcare “Clearly imaging a woman’s life, Good things lie ahead” and announces the release of the new F37 at the upcoming ACOG Annual meeting in New Orleans. The F37 is a new digital diagnostic ultrasound system, developed with smart imaging technologies, easy operation and a compact design, offering an ultrasound solution that can be used in a variety of applications.
Smart Imaging and Advanced 3D/4D Imaging: Broadband Harmonics (BbH) attains both high sensitivity and resolution, delivering images with minimal artifacts. Functions inherited from higher-class models such as Silky Image Processing (SIP) and Spatial Compound Imaging (SCI) support acquiring optimum images of the exam target. Furthermore, Image Optimizer allows for concentrated examinations by simplifying image adjustments. In addition to 2D imaging, Real-time 3D/4D imaging including our new 4D shading imaging technology produces life like images that help to encourage the Maternal-Fetal bond.
Easy Operation: The operation panel can be customized by the user, leading to more efficient examinations. A large capacity HDD has been adopted for storage of exams
Compact Design: F37 can fit into even the tightest of office space and its light weight offers smooth mobility. A side pocket has been designed to hold probes or foot switches, allowing for easy storage of small items.
“We are looking forward to launching the new F37 at the ACOG Annual Meeting,” said David Famiglietti, CEO and GM of Hitachi Aloka Medical America. “We are extremely excited to offer the OB/GYN market a feature packed ultrasound system with very competitive pricing.”
With our newest member of diagnostic ultrasound systems, our enriched product lineup will continue to raise medical standards around the world.
Attendees at the upcoming American College of OB/GYN Annual Meeting (ACOG), taking place in New Orleans from May 5th – 8th, will have the opportunity to see the F37 at the Hitachi Aloka Medical booth #2001.