Samsung HS70A – A mindennapi inspiráció
Imaging becomes Even Betterwith S-Vue™ transducer
(Single Crystal Technology)
In addition, the ergonomically designedS-Vue™ transducer fits well in the hand andis easy to handle.
Arterial Analysis detects changes in vessels, providing measurement values such as stiffness and intima-media thickness. Since functional changes occur before morphological changes, this technology enables the diagnosis related to heart vessels at an early stage.
Strain+ is a quantitative tool for global and segmental wall motion of the left ventricle (LV). In Strain+, three standard LVviews and a Bull’s Eye are displayed in a Quadscreen for easy and quick assessment of the LV-function.
The Stress Echo package includes wall motion scoring and reporting. It includes exercise Stress Echo, pharmacologic Stress Echo, diastolic Stress Echo and free programmable Stress Echo.
Intuitive streamlined workflow
Advanced measurement tools
S-Detect™ for Breast
By simply clicking a suspicious lesion, S-Detect™ draws the lesion borders, suggests the characteristics of the lesion and gives a hint whether the lesion is benign or malignant. S-Detect™ uses the Breast Imaging-Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS®) scores for standardized reporting and classification of lesions.
E-Strain™ enables quick and easy calculation of the strain ratio between two regions of interest in day-to-day procedures such as breast, prostate or gynecological examinations.
S-Detect™ for Thyroid
S-Detect™ for Thyroid uses the advanced technology based on *K-TIRADS, RUSS and ATA draft in detecting and classifying suspicious thyroid lesions semi-automatically. This state-of-the art technology helps you diagnose your patients with confidence and ease, providing accurate, consistent results and an automatic reporting feature.
E-Thyroid™ uses the pulsations of the adjacent common carotid artery (CCA), eliminating the need for manual transducer compression and offering greater consistency in the ElastoScan™ image. E-Thyroid™ provides an elasticity contrast index that is calculated by comparing the elasticity of the lesion and normal tissue within the ROI.