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EDAN Presents Latest Ultrasound Imaging Solutions at RSNA 2022

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 26 Nov 2022
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Image: EDAN is presenting its newly upgraded, flagship ultrasound solutions at RSNA 2022 (Photo courtesy of EDAN)
Image: EDAN is presenting its newly upgraded, flagship ultrasound solutions at RSNA 2022 (Photo courtesy of EDAN)

EDAN Instruments, Inc. (Shenzhen, China) is reuniting with its partners at RSNA 2022 with the latest ultrasound solutions and insights. The world's largest radiology conference reverted to the form of an on-site event after a hiatus of three years. Multiple newly upgraded flagship solutions from EDAN, both cart-based and portable, are being presented to the Americas market at Booth 6350 in McCormick Place from November 27 to December 1.

The upgraded version of Acclarix LX9, EDAN’s flagship ultrasound system, is the highlight of its booth at the event. This also marks the first appearance of the new version of the Acclarix LX9 and its technologically upgraded transducers at RSNA. The Acclarix LX9 is equipped with optimized algorithms, a more aesthetically pleasing UI design, and enhanced workflow. It now also comes with advanced features such as eLive that allows for detailed visualization of subtle anatomical features, thereby enabling intuitive diagnosis with real-time 3D images and enriching patient communication. Additionally, EDAN is also demonstrating the Acclarix AX3 portable ultrasound system and the Acclarix LX3 compact cart-based ultrasound solution with new features and functions at RSNA 2022.

“It is indeed heartening to catch up with our clients and partners in person, and exchange cutting-edge technologies and concepts for the ultrasound field,” said Ray Lun, Director of the Americas market at EDAN. “We will continue to optimize our solutions for fueling the future of imaging.”

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