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ATL adds color to ob/gyn scanner

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ATL Ultrasound continues to enjoy the fruits of its product development relationship with Medison of Korea. The Bothell, WA, company last week introduced a new color ob/gyn scanner, Ultramark 400C, that is the third system developed by the two

ATL Ultrasound continues to enjoy the fruits of its product development relationship with Medison of Korea. The Bothell, WA, company last week introduced a new color ob/gyn scanner, Ultramark 400C, that is the third system developed by the two companies since they signed their R&D joint venture last year.

Ultramark 400C builds on Ultramark 400, a digital grayscale system developed by Medison that ATL introduced last spring (SCAN 5/13/98). ATL believes the new scanner offers digital color imaging at a breakthrough price point for the ob/gyn segment. Color-flow ob/gyn imaging can help sonographers evaluate pelvic masses or ectopic pregnancies, and allows clinicians to more closely observe the hemodynamic status of a fetus. Meanwhile, Ultramark 400C’s grayscale capabilities support breast imaging, the company said.

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