Esaote has announced the launch of its MyLab Gamma “green” ultrasound system to coincide with the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) in Barcelona, August 30 to September 3. The portable, battery-operated system is designed for use in any environment and offers fast boot-up time and rapid resume from standby mode. Wireless connectivity allows the system to network with other systems as required.
“MyLab Gamma finally sets ultrasound free,” said Joop Geijsen, ultrasound project manager at Esaote. “We now bring superb quality images and fast, accurate diagnosis right to the point-of-care in any situation—wherever and whenever.”
A touch screen-based interface offers intuitive steps for set-up and image capture, enabling faster workflow. The widescreen monitor can be rotated ±90 degrees for increased comfort and to share an image with a colleague. The cooling system functions almost noiselessly for reduced operator disturbance.
The system provides two transducer connectors for two probe connections. An optional multi-connector is available for connecting up to four transducers, which can be selected via the software interface. The system comes with remote service capabilities and can be recovered in the shortest time possible by connecting it to the network. The company’s service team is available to troubleshoot problems, perform proactive maintenance, and monitor performance.
For more information, visit Esaote.