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B-K introduces ultrasound scanner

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A subsidiary of Analogic, B-K Medical A/S, has introduced a new general-purpose ultrasound scanner. Called Hawk 2102 XDI, the high-performance scanner will be sold in urology, surgery, obstetrics, radiology, and vascular markets. The system features a

A subsidiary of Analogic, B-K Medical A/S, has introduced a new general-purpose ultrasound scanner. Called Hawk 2102 XDI, the high-performance scanner will be sold in urology, surgery, obstetrics, radiology, and vascular markets. The system features a digital hybrid beamformer that supports frequencies of up to 20 MHz. Advanced features include a simultaneous split-screen feature and harmonic imaging. A palm control unit allows operators to control functions remotely in a sterile environment.

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