The content on this page is intended to healthcare professionals and equivalents.
4Dshading is a technology for rendering the fetus with natural shadows and skin texture as though light is cast upon it. The virtual light source can be positioned freely, enabling observation in further detail.
Fetal movements can smoothly be displayed with lightweight and compact 3D probes.
Various analyzing and display modes
- Multi Slice Imaging (MSI)
- Free Axis of Multi-planar Reconstruction (FMPR)
- Automated Volume Measurement (AVM)
- Flow 3D
Small Size, Excellent Performance
Both screening examinations and 3D imaging can be performed using the compact and light weight probe, ASU-1014. This probe offers clear-cut images with sufficient penetration to image the fetus, with a wide field of view.
Advanced Imaging Features and Various Imaging Modes
eFLOW displays blood flow with high spatial resolution and minimum blooming. F37 provides clear blood flow information from high speed flow in large vessels to low speed flow in fine peripheral vessels.
Dynamic Slow-motion Display (DSD)
DSD displays a real-time image and its slow-motion image side by side simultaneously, enabling easier and more detailed observation of fast moving organs such as the fetal heart.