Cardiovascular Ultrasound

This channel includes news and new technology innovations about cardiovascular ultrasounds. Cardiovascular ultrasounds, or echocardiograms, use ultrasound imaging to provide a picture of the heart.

A comparison of color-flow Doppler cardiac ultrasound showing blood flow, and blood speckle tracking revealing a more detailed and complex understanding of the low. It shows the formation of a vortex that may play a role in future assessments for the efficiency of flow in the heart and vessels. #ASE21 #ASE2021 #Vectorflowimaging
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In the past several years, a few cardiac ultrasound vendors have developed new ways to image the intricate flow of ...

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News | EP Lab | By Dave Fornell, Editor

August 5, 2021 —  A prospective, non-randomized, multicenter, first-in-human clinical study found good diagnostic and ...

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August 3, 2021 – Biosense Webster, the global leader in cardiac arrhythmia treatment and part of Johnson & Johnson ...

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Jass Brooks, vice president of global strategic marketing, Biosense Webster, explains four over-arching electrophysiolog ...

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Images or a digital twin mitral valve of a patient created from cardiac ultrasound that were used to perform a virtual surgical procedure to test how the intervention would impact the patient prior to actually performing the procedure. The right image shows color coding for sheer stresses on the valve leaflets before and after the virtual surgery. The right image shows the model quantitation of leaflet coaptation at peak systole prior to the the virtual surgery. Read the original article in Plos One https:/
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Outside of medicine, computer-generated virtual twins of real machines like cars or airplanes have been used in ...

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A live, 3-D intra-cardiac echo (ICE) ultrasound image from inside the atrium of the heart taken during the first cryoablation EP procedure performed using the technology at Northwestern Medicine. The new Philips Healthcare VeriSight Pro ICE catheter offers superior 2-D and 3-D live image guidance for a wide range of procedures in structural heart disease and electrophysiology (EP), allowing interventionalists to navigate procedures.
Feature | Ultrasound Intra-cardiac Echo (ICE)

July 21, 2021 — Northwestern Medicine Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute recently became the first cardiovascular program in ...

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News | Ultrasound Intra-cardiac Echo (ICE)

July 16, 2021 — Mayo Clinic recently became the first to use a next-generation 4-D intracardiac echo (ICE) imaging ...

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July 13, 2021 — Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine have shown that speckle-tracking strain echocardiograms may ...

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Federico Asch, M.D., FASE, director of cardiovascular core labs, cardiovascular imaging, MedStar Health Research ...

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June 29, 2021 – A new original science category being featured at the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) 2021 ...

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June 29, 2021 – Three research studies presented at the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) 2021 virtual meeting ...

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June 29, 2021 – Echocardiography with ultrasound enhancing agents (UEAs) has proven to be a valuable imaging procedure ...

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News | ASE

June 29, 2021 – The virtual exhibit hall at American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) 2021 Scientific Sessions Virtual ...

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June 28, 2021 — Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc. and DiA Imaging Analysis Ltd. entered into a multi-year partnership ...

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June 25, 2021 – COVID-19 changed everything in healthcare, and a benefit from this pandemic was a surge in innovations ...

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