Esaote launches premium ultrasound platform and the next generation full body open MRI

Esaote – leading producers of medical diagnostic systems including ultrasound and dedicated MRI. 

On Esaote’s stand B46 expert guests will share their experiences with the company’s imaging systems.


Monday, June 6 – 1.15pm

Kyle Foster

Advanced practitioner, MSK medicine specialist, BMUS working group for ultrasound.

‘Extended protocol of the ankle and foot’

 – demonstrating a new, comprehensive approach to the imaging procedure

Kyle will be using the newly released MyLab X90. The MyLab X90 system offers premium components including the renewal of the XCrystal transducer family and the dual layer eLED monitor by Barco, said to ensure outstanding on-screen image display.

Dedicated MRI

 Monday, June 6 – 3.15pm and Tuesday, June 7 – 11.15am

Matthew Benbow

CT and MRI superintendent radiographer, Bournemouth Hospital

‘Clinical use of a low field extremity scanner: our three-year experience’

– a clinical perspective on the benefits of introducing an Esaote open MR to a radiology service

Recent technological evolution in MRI has seen important developments, particularly in data acquisition and elaboration, resulting in a substantial improvement in image quality and a reduction of scan times. Currently, the majority of MRI installations are outcome-based services that not only address specific clinical needs, but also operational and financial demands. Esaote says these are the strengths of its Magnifico Open platform, incorporating the latest MRI technology for uncompromised diagnostic quality, combined with a permanent magnet that delivers low operating costs.

Picture: Kyle Foster and Matthew Benbow

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