TeraRecon of San Mateo, CA, will introduce its UF-850XTD cart-based digital ultrasound scanner, developed with Japanese ultrasound vendor Fukuda Denshi.


The all-digital system is offered with software-upgradable architecture. Its notable features are tissue harmonics, digital data management, and high-frequency imaging up to 13 MHz. Relevant clinical applications are general imaging, ob/gyn, echo, vascular, and small parts.

FDA 510(k) clearance is pending, and is expected in the first quarter of 2005, after which the scanner will be available in the U.S. and worldwide. Price depends upon configuration.

By Robert Bruce
AuntMinnie.com contributing writer
November 12, 2004

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