Siemens introduces portable G40 scanner

Multimodality vendor Siemens Medical Solutions has introduced the Sonoline G40 ultrasound system, a portable unit designed for use in multiple clinical environments, according to the Malvern, PA-based company.

The scanner includes color Doppler and pulse-wave Doppler capabilities, as well as phased-array technology that permits cardiac survey and small-footprint abdominal imaging. Other advances include Virtual Format Imaging (VFI), which offers various linear, trapezoidal, and steered 2D imaging formats, Siemens said. In addition, parallel B-mode and color signal processing are available for high frame rates and better color performance, the company said.

G40 has a built-in CD read/write drive, as well as embedded connectivity that allows integration into DICOM-enabled networks and PC-based workstations. Future capabilities are expected to include 3D imaging, TGO tissue grayscale optimization technology, and SynAps synthetic-aperture technology for improved penetration and focus, according to the company.

The G40 system is expected to be available for purchase next month, Siemens said.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
March 17, 2005

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