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Philips launches new EPIQ premium ultrasound system with first-of-its-kind nSIGHT technology and Anatomical Intelligence, to address complicated imaging needs of an aging global population
Date:8/30/2013

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  • Extraordinary penetration at higher frequencies for outstanding imaging even on patients with high body mass index where ultrasound has previously been inconclusive.
  • Philips, known for its expertise in imaging technologies, has created a revolutionary imaging architecture, nSIGHT, a completely new way to form ultrasound images which allows:

    • Highly detailed ultrasound images and extraordinary temporal resolution
    • Ability to see new levels of tissue uniformity without the need of critical transmit focal zone placement
    • Exceptional penetration at higher frequencies for superb imaging on difficult patients

    "Philips is at the forefront of imaging technology innovation, and with EPIQ, we are pioneering a way to address significant imaging issues faced by medical professionals in the clinical setting," said Gene Saragnese, CEO Healthcare Imaging Systems, Philips Healthcare. "The combination of Anatomical Intelligence and the use of nSIGHT Imaging technology is a major milestone in the history of ultrasound technology."

    "The image quality of EPIQ is truly impressive," said Roberto Lang, MD, Director of Cardiac Imaging and Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago. "I also appreciate the numerous design elements that make EPIQ easier to operate including the standby battery, easy to connect transducers, and portability; it is clear that EPIQ is a system built for today's healthcare environment."

    "As the population continues to age, diagnosing potentially life- threatening conditions early is critical.  EPIQ complements the need for early detection by providing the technology and reliability that physicians require to make accurate diagnoses quickly and with greater confidence," added Saragnese.

    Other features of the EPIQ premium ultrasound system include:
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