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Friday, March 24, 2023


Mindray Revolutionizes the Way of Using Ultrasound with TE Air, Its First Wireless Handheld Ultrasound System

The TE Air revolutionizes the way of using ultrasound by transforming a complicated ultrasound system into a small size device, while retaining its ability to meet higher clinical requirements.

Insightec Reports Positive Coverage Decision by CIGNA for Focused Ultrasound to Treat Essential Tremor

"We are so excited to have another national payor providing access to focused ultrasound to non-Medicare patients," said Dee Kolanek, Insightec Vice President of Market Access and Reimbursement. "We want to extend our thanks to leading insurers like Cigna for their decision to cover this game-changing outpatient treatment for essential tremor patients."

Esaote Presents MyLab™X90 – New Premium Ultrasound System

"Accuracy and precision across the entire image generation chain, data processing speed and native AI-based application management lie at the heart of MyLab™X90," ultrasound system said Guillaume Gauthier, Ultrasound Global Product Marketing Manager.

Esaote North America Announces a Multi-Year Contract with Vizient

Esaote North America said the new agreement provides Vizient members access to contracts that offer increased savings on Esaote North America's comprehensive Ultrasound product line and services, including the widely popular MyLabTM family portfolio.

Ultra-low Contrast PCI Solutions by Philips Showcases at EuroPCR 2022

Ultra-low Contrast PCI Solutions by Philips co-register instantaneous blood flow measurements and/or intravascular ultrasound images onto real-time fluoroscopy to help interventionists diagnose, decide, guide, treat and confirm the success of PCI, with the potential to limit the use of iodinated contrast media.

DiA Imaging Analysis Collaborates with Intel Corporation to Accelerate Processing Time of its AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Software in Hospitals

DiA Imaging Analysis was able to optimize the processing time of its AI-based models by over 40% percent when running on local hospital IT infrastructure based on Intel CPUs, without requiring the use of a discrete graphics processing unit (GPU) or integration of more complex IT infrastructures.

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