TAKING the Leap to Freedom! Ultrasound goes wireless. The ACUSON Freestyle ultrasound system is the world’s first and only ultrasound system with wireless transducers, providing maximum portability and freedom while scanning. It is designed to meet the needs of point-of-care clinicians.
Committed to deliver innovative products to its customers, Siemens and its distributor HealthSolutions Enterprises, Inc. launched all four ultrasound units—the ACUSON P300, ACUSON X700, ACUSON S3000 and ACUSON Freestyle at Marriott Hotel Manila, Pasay City, with lectures and demonstrations.
Each unit can deliver quality imaging on cardiology, obstetrics, gynecology, musculoskeletal and other internal body parts.
ACUSON P300 is a compact, portable ultrasound system which makes it easy to transfer from one room to another. It is an ideal choice for environments that lack space or require multi-use.
ACUSON X700 provides exceptionally detailed images and assesses subtle changes in tissues. Perfect for clinics and hospitals, the system is designed to be compatible with a variety of options, making it open for future upgrades.
ACUSON S3000 is Siemens’ latest premium ultrasound system providing workflow excellence. With its advanced general imaging technology software packages, the system offers superior image quality, upgradeability and technology migration.
The S3000 is also equipped with Clarify Vascular Enhancement technology which reduces image noise and artifacts to provide exceptional contrast resolution and clear description of organs and vessels.
Ultrasound, which has been present in the medical industry for decades, is used to examine organs and systems inside the body without cutting through skin.
It involves high-frequency sound waves, creating images of various organs in the body. Unlike X-ray and CT scan, ultrasound has no ionizing radiation exposure which makes it safer.
The ACUSON P300, X700, S3000 and Freestyle are exclusively distributed in the Philippines by HealthSolutions Enterprises, Inc. For inquiries, please contact its hotline at (02) 836-5858 to 62.