Updates to Acuson range offer enhanced abdominal and cardiovascular scanning

Siemens Healthineers is showcasing the Acuson ultrasound portfolio at Ultrasound 2023 . Designed to bring more clinical adaptability while addressing challenges across various applications and body types, the Acuson family has seen developments in cardiology, fat quantification for detection of early liver disease using ultrasound derived fat fraction (UDFF) and the expansion of AI-powered tools to drive efficiency and consistency.

Updates to the Acuson Sequoia flagship series see the introduction of the Acuson Sequoia Crown. UDFF features offer innovative technology on three abdominal transducers, including the DAX deep abdominal transducer, aiding clinicians in the early detection of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in almost any patient.

Delegates will have the opportunity to see the complete portfolio, with on-stand scanning on the Acuson Sequoia Crown and members of the applications and sales teams from Siemens Healthineers on hand to discuss the new features and applications.

The most recent addition to the Acuson portfolio, the Acuson Origin, was announced in August and offers dedicated cardiovascular ultrasound with AI features, designed to improve patient outcomes and help clinicians perform minimally invasive cardiac procedures more efficiently*.

The Acuson ultrasound portfolio offers versatile solutions across the full range of clinical applications. The Acuson Redwood makes early diagnosis more affordable and accessible with AI-powered tools, 3D/4D imaging for obstetrics and gynaecology, and transducers optimised for musculoskeletal imaging. Meanwhile the Acuson Juniper is equipped with integrated battery support and allows for up to 75 minutes of unplugged scanning and an all-in-one transducer, for versatile clinical imaging the ultrasound department and at the point of care.

Find out more about the Acuson ultrasound portfolio from Siemens Healthineers on stand 6 at BMUS Ultrasound 2023.

*This product does not yet fulfil all applicable general safety and performance requirements according to the European Medical Device Regulation 2017/745. It is not yet commercially available in the European Union.

Picture: Siemens offers versatility across the Acuson range.

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