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Acuson echo product obtains CE mark

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Doors to the European Union and Japan have opened for Acuson's Cypress, a portable echocardiography system recently awarded the CE mark. The compact unit, which weighs less than nine kilograms, was showcased at the American College of Cardiology annual

Doors to the European Union and Japan have opened for Acuson's Cypress, a portable echocardiography system recently awarded the CE mark. The compact unit, which weighs less than nine kilograms, was showcased at the American College of Cardiology annual meeting March 18-21. Cypress is a comprehensive cardiovascular product equipped for transthoracic echocardiography applications including adult, pediatric, stress-echo, and contrast agent imaging.

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