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Canon Medical Systems Showcased Aplio i800 Ultrasound at Premier, Inc.’s Annual Breakthroughs Conference

Ultra-Premium Ultrasound System Features 24MHz Transducer and Expands Applications of Ultrasound in Dermatology, Rheumatology and Orthopedics

Aplio i800 Ultrasound (Medical Device News Magazine).
Aplio i800 Ultrasound (Medical Device News Magazine).

Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. was chosen to showcase its AplioTM i800, the industry’s only 24 MHz transducer on an ultra-premium ultrasound system that can image over a wide range of clinical applications, at Premier, Inc.’s 2018 Breakthroughs Conference and Exhibition. The event, held in Nashville, Tenn. from June 19-22, 2018 (Booth #1) recognizes advances in healthcare while highlighting industry suppliers committed to innovation and improving patient outcomes.

Clinicians and other health system members of Premier selected Canon Medical Systems’ Aplio i800 to be showcased at the Innovation Celebration with its industry’s only 24 MHz transducer on an ultra-premium ultrasound system that can image over a wide range of clinical applications. The system can help clinicians expand to new applications in dermatology, rheumatology and orthopedics. Enabling clinicians to see dynamic muscle and tendon movements with great detail and definition, in real time, the Aplio i800 also offers superb resolution of minute vessels and extreme low-velocity microvascular flow using exclusive Superb Microvascular Imaging technology. Additionally, the Aplio i800 features iSense technology to optimize workflow and productivity during daily routine and complex exams.

“Canon Medical Systems shares Premier’s commitment to providing valuable products to our alliance members that are safe, high-quality and cost-effective,” said Michael J. Alkire, chief operating officer, Premier. “These innovations can truly benefit providers in our shared work to transform healthcare.”

“Canon Medical Systems is opening the door to new territories in ultrasound by providing imaging clarity and definition across a wide range of clinical applications,” said Dan Skyba, director, Ultrasound Business Unit, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. “The Aplio i800 is an example of how we continue to innovate and enhance our systems so that our customers have the tools they need to get to their diagnostic answer quickly and with confidence.”

Any supplier, regardless of whether the company is contracted with Premier, can be considered for participation in the Innovation Celebration. Premier contracts with more than 1,300 suppliers. For more detailed information, visit here.


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