Application-Rich Ultrasound System Empowers Informed Decisions
By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 19 May 2021
Image: The MyLab X9 64-bit X ULTRA ultrasound system (Photo courtesy of Esaote)
A new ultra-performance ultrasound system supports a full range of shared service diagnostic imaging environments and unique visualization tools.
The Esaote (Genova, Italy) MyLab X9 64-bit X ULTRA ultrasound system offers a wide range of premium technologies, including a high quality 24" Barco Eonis monitor, and highly sensitive probes with single crystal technology and appleprobe ergonomics, which reduce muscoloskeletal strain. Additional ergonomic and workflow enhancements include easyMode, touch-tool image optimization that uses intelligent real-time algorithms; Opti-light, an integrated light fixture that ensuring the best environment for optimal scanning; and the eStreaming solution for sharing clinical images and camera stream in real-time on various devices, such as tablets, mobiles, and laptops.
A multi-parameter approach enhances diagnosis with innovative packages, such as BreastNav MRI for fusion imaging of breast ultrasound and MRI; Virtual Navigator fusion imaging function for liver disease diagnosis, staging, monitoring, and treatment guidance of focal lesions; UroFusion, a new real-time image fusion technology via a transrectal or transperineal approach that supports prostate biopsies and ultrasound-guided focal treatments; QElaXto 2D function for tissue elasticity assessment; and a host of specialized musculoskeletal imaging, sports medicine, and rheumatology IQ-probes that operate at up to 25MHz.
“The introduction of MyLab X9 marks an important step in the current international scenario, where many companies have been forced to revise their development and investment plans, precisely because of the pandemic,” said Guillaume Gauthier, global product marketing manager at Esaote. “Artificial intelligence, intuitiveness, connectivity, and multimodality combined with an Italian design improve the daily clinical experience by matching high-quality performance 3-year technical coverage, to reinforce the return on investment.”
A large portfolio of iQProbe extended wideband convex, linear, phased array, volumetric, intraoperative and special transducer shapes are available, all featuring active matrix composite materials, single crystal, multiple adaptive layers, and a bi-con geometric lens.