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Hitachi Unveils MRI Systems with Human-Centered Design at ECR 2021

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 07 Mar 2021
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Hitachi Medical (Tokyo, Japan) highlighted its innovative ultrasound systems for all needs and budget sizes alongside its advanced MR/CT systems that are designed for clear vision and eliminating patient anxiety at the virtual ECR 2021 event.

Hitachi’s portfolio of ultrasound systems exhibited at ECR 2021 included ARIETTA 850, the next evolution in ultrasound that is designed for high expectations; the ARIETTA 750 that provided advanced diagnostic performance at a flexible price, the ARIETTA 65 that is expertly designed to optimize productivity; and the ARIETTA 50 which is a compact entry model with shared usability.

Hitachi also exhibited its portfolio of MRI/CT systems at ECR 2021, including the ECHELON Smart Plus with SynergyDrive for high productivity and diagnostic power for high expectations; OASIS with SoftSound which is the strongest high-field Open MRI scanner, the SCENARIA View which is a superb low-dose CT system with SynergyDrive is; and the Supria which is a compact low-dose CT system with Scalable Technology.

The focus at Hitachi’s ECR 2021 virtual booth was on the APERTO Lucent PLUS and AIRIS Vento PLUS, the human-centered new generation of open MRI systems with SynergyDrive, for high-speed examinations to automate, accelerate and simplify daily routine. Both the MRI systems feature IP-Rapid, a new scanning technology that helps save examination time without losing image quality, and AutoExam, an integrated assistant that helps perform exams with ease. The APERTO Lucent PLUS and AIRIS Vento PLUS also feature all around RADAR, a motion artifact reduction tool for all sequences and anatomies that provides crystal clear imaging results.

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