This year at the BMUS Ultrasound 2021 online conference, Siemens Healthineers will be presenting a new era of Acuson ultrasound systems. Including the Acuson Sequoia, Acuson Redwood and Acuson Juniper, the Acuson family uses advanced imaging technologies and AI-enabled tools to support improved diagnostic confidence and address clinical challenges, particularly during this critical COVID-19 recovery period.
As a leading medical technology company, Siemens Healthineers empowers healthcare providers to expand precision medicine, transform care delivery, improve patient experiences, and digitalise healthcare. The Acuson family of ultrasound systems is a product of continuous development with significant input from clinical users and special attention to image quality, ergonomics and simplified workflows.
With applications including general, bariatric, cardiovascular and breast imaging, the Acuson product portfolio offers versatile solutions across the full range of clinical applications – enhancing confidence in diagnoses for improved patient outcomes.
The Acuson Sequoia is the flagship ultrasound system from Siemens Healthineers. Equipped with BioAcoustic technology, the system allows high resolution imaging that adapts to individual patients. The ACUSON Redwood delivers premium image quality and exceptional performance for optimised workflows, and the Acuson Juniper is a high-performance shared service system able to scan virtually any patient.
“The Acuson ultrasound systems from Siemens Healthineers utilise advanced technologies to offer versatility and functionality across the radiology department,” states Harshal Vadera, head of ultrasound at Siemens Healthineers GB&I. “We are passionate about addressing clinical challenges in ultrasound imaging. We recognise that exponentially increasing demand for diagnostic ultrasound requires ultrasound systems that deliver superior diagnostic image quality and meet the needs of the sonographic workforce in addressing the ‘difficult-to-scan’ population.
To find out more about the ACUSON family ultrasound systems and how Siemens Healthineers can support in service recovery post COVID-19, connect with us at BMUS between November 29 and December 9.
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