Biosound Esaote showcased new software available for its MyLab30CV high-performance, portable ultrasound system at this week's American College of Cardiology Conference, March 6 - 8, in Orlando, Fla.
The 19-pound ultrasound system is capable of meeting all diagnostic requirements in cardiovascular applications, including adult and pediatric scanning in the hospital setting, NICU and outreach programs. Image quality is suitable at the critical care bedside, MPTE in the operating room, stress echo in the office or whole body imaging for the mobile service, said Jim Chapman, director of product marketing.
The newest software available for the system - version 3.0 - enhances the functionality of the system's technology by optimizing digital management and extending the functionality of transducers - phased, linear, curved array and TE. The software is available now.
Adding to its line of diagnostic, portable ultrasound systems, Biosound Esaote also unveiled MyLab25. According to the company, the system appeals to vascular laboratories that need portability and high-performance imaging.