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Using AortaScan(TM) AMI 9700, physicians can identify presence of abdominal aortic aneurysms. Portable unit uses 3D ultrasound to non-invasively measure diameter of abdominal aorta, without sonographer. When scan button is pressed, instrument measures ultrasonic reflections on multiple planes inside body and produces 3D image. Based on image, AMI 9700 calculates and displays diameter of abdominal aorta on color console, and offers aiming assistance to user, on both probe and console.
BOTHELL, Wash., Oct. 1 /-- Verathon[R] is pleased to announce the new AortaScan(TM) AMI 9700 aortic measurement instrument to help physicians identify the presence of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA). Designed with Emergency Physicians, Internists, and Family Practitioners in mind, the portable AortaScan(TM) AMI 9700 uses 3D ultrasound to quickly and noninvasively measure the diameter of the …