Fujifilm Healthcare Europe previewed two new models in the Arietta diagnostic ultrasound range at ECR 2022 Overture, an online event in March, prior to exhibiting on site in Vienna in July.
The Arietta 850 DeepInsight and Arietta 650 DeepInsight will be equipped with the novel cognitive ultrasound technology for the first time. Fujifilm Healthcare has combined its technological know-how in conventional and cutting-edge ultrasound imaging with the DeepInsight technology to offer ultrasound imaging without inter-examiner and inter-patient variability, in order to support more accurate ultrasound examinations.
The new platforms feature stream-lined examinations that improve workflow and reduce operator stress, as well as rich applications to cover a wide range of clinical fields. Additionally, they support comprehensive diagnoses of hepatic diseases such as hepatitis, hepatic fibrosis and hepatic cirrhosis using real-time tissue elastography and shear wave measurement, which colour-code and quantify tissue stiffness, respectively. The ATT (attenuation) function, which measures the attenuation coefficient of the liver and estimates fatty liver, is expected to contribute to the early detection of hepatic diseases.
The premium Arietta 850 DeepInsight features eFocusing PLUS, a technology that delivers homogeneous high resolution images from near to far field. Real-time virtual sonography is an advanced application for treatment support. In addition, it allows ultrasound-guided treatments by overlaying real-time ultrasound scans onto CT or MR images. The ergonomically designed system features a flexible monitor arm and operator console offering a wide range of motion.
Features on the Arietta 650 DeepInsight include eFocusing LITE, a technology that achieves both penetration and spatial resolution by means of full focusing, enhancing image homogeneity and sensitivity. It has a compact body and operates on batteries, so it can be moved easily without turning the power off.
Picture: The Arietta 650 DeepInsight and Arietta 850 DeepInsight.
Published on page 12 of the April 2022 issue of RAD Magazine.