|By Business Wire||
|July 2, 2014 06:24 AM EDT||
A Teratech Corporation anunciou hoje o lançamento do novo uSmart 3300 Ultrasound System, o segundo na família uSmart da Terason de produtos proprietários lançados no ano passado. Este sistema de ultrassom portátil convencional é uma fusão da Tecnologia Smart e da Smart Resolution Imaging, fornecendo um sistema intuitivo com desempenho de elite nos setores de serviços compartilhado, hospitalares e ambulatoriais de ultrassonografia no local de atendimento.
TO recém-projetado e potente uSmart 3300 Ultrasound System é um sistema inteligente. A mais recente tecnologia, incluindo um Disco Rígido Híbridode 1TB, ângulos de visão ultra-amplos de 170º e um monitor de cristal líquido de longa duração e de alto contraste garantirão que o sistema esteja consistentemente em seu desempenho máximo. Smart Resolution Imaging é uma combinação da anterior de feixe CDP da Terason e o processamento de sinais IIR único, produzindo uma imagem com clareza e definição elevadas. Um layout familiar fica melhor no Smart Console Designda Terason. Botões de alta qualidade confiáveis e ágeis e um modelo durável e resistente a impactos para uma maior proteção são agregados ao posicionamento principal ergonômico macio e botões de comutação que reduzem a digitação das teclas, proporcionando melhor produtividade, eficiência e confiança diagnóstica.
Jeff Sirek, Gerente Geral de Operações Globais da Terason, afirma: "O uSmart 3300 é o segundo lançamento de nossa família de produtos Terason uSmart e aumenta ainda mais a capacidade da Terason para fornecer uma solução portátil completa de ultrassom aos nossos usuários. O lançamento reforça nosso compromisso como um provedor de ultrassom portátil comercial de serviço completo e ajudará em nossos esforços globais para expandir a marca Terason."
Como uma pioneira do setor, a Terason está comprometida em oferecer satisfação do cliente sem precedentes e produtos de qualidade com a mais recente tecnologia de computador e avanços em imagens de ultrassom disponíveis hoje. A nova família de produtos proprietários uSmart permite que a Terason desenvolva uma base mais forte de produtos essenciais para alcançar mais mercados, tanto nacional quanto internacionalmente. "O uSmart 3300 representa a mais recente tecnologia, ao mesmo tempo em que oferece uma forte proposta de valor para os nossos clientes. A expansão do nosso portfólio de produtos oferece acesso a novos segmentos de mercado, tanto nos setores hospitalar e ambulatorial", acrescentou Sirek. A Terason se esforça para superar as expectativas e padrões da indústria, oferecendo aos nossos clientes os mais recentes avanços em ultrassom portátil.
Sobre a Terason
A Terason, uma divisão da Teratech Corporation iniciou atividades em 1994, baseando-se em tecnologia desenvolvida no Laboratório Lincoln do MIT. Dr. Alice Chiang, CEO e Presidente do Conselho, fundou a empresa para aplicar os desenvolvimentos nas áreas de radar, sonar, e as tecnologias de telecomunicações para os exigentes requisitos no campo de batalha de ultra-som. Reconhecendo que décadas de pesquisa inovadora para o Departamento de Defesa poderia ser aplicada aos desafios do objetivo principal da ultra-sonografia, ela formou a divisão Terason. Com patentes chaves iniciais protetores da tecnologia de circuito integrado, ela desenvolveu no MIT, com o Dr. Chiang Terason a miniatura de um micro-sistema de ultrasom de uso comercial.
Hoje, continuamos a revolucionar o ultrassom com avanços em sistemas portáteis de alto desempenho. Os novos produtos proprietários uSmart oferecem excepcional capacidade de imagiologia e funcionalidade e recursos avançados que os usuários já esperam da Terason. Estas soluções completas de ultrassom otimizam o fluxo de trabalho, aumentam a eficácia clínica e aumentam a produtividade para as necessidades clínicas diárias. Para mais informações, acesse www.terason.com.
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