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The NeuViz 64 Multi-slice CT Scanner from Neusoft Medical Systems Receives FDA Clearance
Date:11/27/2012

HOUSTON, Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Neusoft Medical Systems Co., Ltd. ("Neusoft Medical"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Neusoft Corporation, announced today that the NeuViz 64 multi-slice CT scanner has received FDA 510k clearance. The 64-slice CT scanner was developed independently by Neusoft Medical and debuted globally at the 2011 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Conference and the 67th China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) in Spring 2012.

Neusoft Medical has pioneered the rapid evolution of CT technology to meet the global demand for high-quality, affordable imaging. The NeuViz 64 provides a clinical and financial solution for the currently challenged paradigm which places the clinical advantages of 64-slice scanning beyond the financial budget of most hospitals and imaging centers. The NeuViz 64 design delivers low-dose scanning, high patient throughput, ease of use, performs advanced Cardiac Imaging, and provides for a wide variety of clinically-relevant post processing and diagnostic techniques.

Commenting from the 98th RSNA Conference, Christopher McHan, President of Neusoft Medical Systems USA said, "The FDA approval of the NeuViz 64 CT further validates Neusoft Medical's capacity to introduce high quality technology that meets the requirements of clinical practice around the world.  Of equal importance during healthcare reform, Neusoft research, development and manufacturing capabilities enable unprecedented economic feasibility for healthcare providers to purchase and utilize the latest diagnostic imaging tools."

Neusoft Medical continues to expand its global presence around the world including a rapidly growing installed base in North America. Neusoft Medical has achieved ISO9001 Quality System Certification for all products, among which, CT, MRI, X-ray, diagnostic ultrasound and PET products have been certified by CE and FDA. The addition of a 64-slice scanner complements a full suite of Neusoft Medical CT systems available in over 60 countries including the NeuViz Single, NeuViz Dual, NeuViz 16 and now the NeuViz 64.

About Neusoft Medical Systems, USA, Inc.
Neusoft Medical Systems USA, headquartered in Houston, TX is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Neusoft Medical Systems (Neusoft Group), located in Shenyang, China.  NMS USA was established with an initial focus on providing quality and affordable imaging systems for cost-effective multi-slice computed tomography, versatile 0.35T open MRI, and ultra-portable ultrasound to healthcare providers throughout North America. Neusoft Group is the largest IT solutions provider in China and the premier developer and manufacturer of advanced medical equipment.
Learn more at http://medical.neusoft.com/en/    

Contact:
Christopher A. McHan
President, Neusoft Medical Systems, USA, Inc.
281-453-1206
christopher.mchan@us.neusoft.com 


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