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StellarPlus ships for Antares

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Siemens has begun delivering the StellarPlus performance package upgrade for its Antares ultrasound system. The package offers advanced technologies migrated from other Siemens product families. Included is a neonatal P10-4 transducer for cranial and

Siemens has begun delivering the StellarPlus performance package upgrade for its Antares ultrasound system. The package offers advanced technologies migrated from other Siemens product families. Included is a neonatal P10-4 transducer for cranial and abdominal imaging, as well as options such as TEQ ultrasound from the Acuson Sequoia and Color SieScape panoramic imaging, SieClear multiview spatial compounding, Cadence contrast agent imaging, and 3-Scape real-time 3D imaging from Sonoline.

The upgrade also provides enhancements designed to maximize workflow, including additional imaging capabilities for selected transducers and newly updated measurement, reporting, annotation, and pictogram packages for neonatal head, pediatric abdomen, fetal echo, and prostate applications.

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