Technology | March 19, 2008

Vivid S6 Tackles Image Control

The Vivid S6 signature class cardiovascular ultrasound system reportedly combines strong performance and excellent image quality into a new console design. This new technology combines image acquisition, image processing and simplified image control. The system takes the clinical quantitative tools from the Vivid 7 and the miniaturization gained from Vivid i to create a cardiovascular and shared services system working to expands the reach of patient examinations.

The Vivid 7 Dimension �08 combines image acquisition, image processing and simplified image control and encompasses new capabilities for the on-board AFI functionality, adding on-board 4D LV volumes for incorporation into patient exams.

March 2008

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