ESAOTE AT EWALT 2015

1^ International Meeting of Eastern & Western Association on Liver Tumors

22/01/2015 - 24/01/2015
Milan, Italy

Join us at EWALT 2015, the 1st edition of the International Meeting of the Eastern and Western Association on Liver Tumors. Discover the Esaote's solutions for Liver Surgery Ultrasound and the dedicated Intraoperative Ultrasound (IOUS) Educational Program held by Prof. Torzilli in Milan (Italy) and organized in collaboration with Materia Prima.

Esaote offers a complete range of ultrasound systems and innovative T-shape intra-operative probe to maximize performance in surgery procedures. You are warmly invited to visit our booth and attend the Esaote Lunch Symposium: interventional radiologists and surgeons allied against liver tumors with the aid of ultrasound.

Esaote: Innovative Clinical Solutions from Prevention to Therapy focused on Liver Surgery Ultrasound applications.

Website: www.ewalt.org

 

Visit our booth and attend to the Lunch Symposium organized by Esaote on January 22, h. 12.30 - 13.30, Room F

Discover the Esaote's solutions for Liver Surgery Ultrasound and the dedicated Intraoperative Ultrasound (IOUS) Educational program held by Prof. Torzilli in Milan and organized in collaboration with Materia Prima

Read more at www.ious.eu

Esaote in Liver Surgery Ultrasound



“Intraoperative ultrasound is essential for planning the type of resection and for guiding surgeon’s hands in real time during liver parenchyma dissection. This is relevant for the effectiveness and safety of surgical treatments.”

Guido Torzilli, MD, PhD, FACS,
Ultrasound-Guided Liver Surgery, an Atlas, 2014

Esaote offers a complete range of ultrasound systems and innovative T-shape intra-operative probe to maximize performance in surgery procedures.

IOT probe

Innovative T-shape intra-operative probe IOT342 offers:

  • High Quality B-Mode Imaging
  • High sensitivity Color Doppler and XFlow
  • ElaXto to evaluate tissue’s elasticity
  • CnTI™ to perform contrast-enhanced exams

Clinical targets:

  • Detection, localization and characterization of the lesions
  • Mapping of the vascular path
  • Planning of the most convenient surgical approach



MyLab™Twice

Premium cart-based ultrasound with latest advanced technologies and Virtual Navigator™ for Fusion Imaging.



MyLab™Alpha

Superb performances and unparallelled technologies in a compact portable solution.



MyLab™One

High performance and a wide range of probes in a touch-screen solution.

MyLab™Remote

MyLab™Remote can be installed on your iPad and includes a virtual keyboard to remotely operate the ultrasound system. MyLab™Remote can be used with sterile covers for easy and efficient workflow.

Making surgery more effective and easier:

Visualize, Characterize, Plan

Just one probe for the complete package

XFlow allows extraordinary flow sensitivity and spatial resolution to clearly map the organ’s vascularization.

TEI, XView+ and MView improve the image quality by reducing the speckle noise and artefacts, which can be particularly strong in an intraoperative setting.

CnTI™ (Contrast Tuned Imaging) Esaote’s technology for CEUS exams, allows detection and characterization of the lesions.

ElaXto provides lesion stiffness for characterization and accuracy in the identification of lesions. ElaXto provides lso a set of dedicated measures and raw data export.

Virtual Navigator with Fusion Imaging is the new cutting edge modality approach; by combining CT, MRI, PET imaging with real-time ultrasound, morphological and functional information can be clearly displayed.

 

Esaote in Liver Surgery Ultrasound - Download pdf [318 Kb]

 

 

Technology and features are system/configuration dependent. Specifications subject to change without notice. Information might refer to products or modalities not yet approved in all countries. For further details, please contact your Esaote sales representative.

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