In Brief: Elbit Medical Imaging
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Elbit Medical Imaging: System-V-Eliter multipurpose ultrasound scanner gains 510(k) clearance. The scanner uses "new digital architecture, with novel concepts of digital beam forming" and "defines a new performance standard, leap-frogging present high-tier systems," Elbit claims. U.S. shipments are anticipated to commence in the second quarter of 1997. Over 100 units already have been shipped outside the U.S. The Haifa, Israel firm's Diasonics-Vingmed Ultrasound subsidiary of Santa Clara, California will handle U.S. sales and marketing...
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