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EDAN Instruments Unveils Next-Generation Diagnostic Ultrasound System at Arab Health 2020

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 28 Dec 2019
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Image: Acclarix LX9 (Photo courtesy of Edan Instruments)
Image: Acclarix LX9 (Photo courtesy of Edan Instruments)
EDAN Instruments (Shenzhen, China) unveiled its next-generation diagnostic ultrasound system Acclarix LX9 at Arab Health 2020, the largest healthcare exhibition in the Middle East.

EDAN is a healthcare company that provides a comprehensive line of medical solutions to address a broad range of healthcare practices, including diagnostic ECG, OB/GYN, ultrasound imaging, in-vitro diagnostics, patient monitoring, point-of-care testing, and veterinary.

At Arab Health 2020, EDAN unveiled the new Acclarix LX9 diagnostic ultrasound system featuring a brand new EIS+ platform that presents rich details on a 21.5-inch high-resolution LCD screen for sonographers to take a better look at patients. The LX9 features a slim body and 180-degree rotatable integrated user interface.

At Arab Health this year, EDAN also presented its CTG monitor F15 which supports triplet monitoring, while its wireless TOCO transducer can provide maternal heart rate (MHR) simply by plugging on a cover on top. Its "Transfer" function and 15-minute resume breakpoint function enable the device to be used smoothly during inter-hospital transfer.

"Acclarix LX9 is ushering EDAN's ultrasound imaging into the age of intelligent diagnosis. With the new added advanced features like eOB, eLV, eFollicle, eVolFlow, and eNT, LX9 provides a smart workflow solution, which optimizes the workload of sonographers across multiple departments, including obstetrics, gynecology, cardiology, and general surgery, etc.," said Alice Bai, EDAN's ultrasound clinical application manager.

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