Never stop striving for easy Scanning and easy Quantification in Critical Care in Cardiology, Abdominal, Lung, Vascular, TCD. Immediate, agile, connected: make your critical care examination easier in the growing outbreak that COVID-19 era has generated with unprecedented stress on healthcare systems at global level in Emergency, ICU and CCU departments.
Esaote solutions: make your Critical Care examination easier
Auto LV border tracking in less than 5 seconds to get Simpson Biplane EF measurement.
One click to get automatic box positioning, box and line steering, sample positioning and angle correction to facilitate the Doppler acquisition.
Continuous automatic gain adjustment to optimize image quality in real time through a smart algorithm, reducing manipulations.
Maximum sensitivity to highlight even the smallest flows and the tissue perfusion of the vascularized part.
Immediate layout of GLS with zero- click technology for clear representation of the segments’ contractility and bull’s eye score.
On-board reference guide with anatomical, ecographic, how to scan, and textual description.
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