Sonosite broadens Titan's ob/gyn capabilities:
This article was originally published in Clinica
SonoSite has added expanded obstetrics/gynaecology calculations and measurement capabilities to its latest generation hand-carried ultrasound system, Titan. The Bothell, Washington company says that according to industry sources, ob/gyn represents the third largest clinical segment of the US ultrasound market, accounting for more than $170m in revenues in 2003. Industry analysts also estimate that hand-carried ultrasound will account for around 30% of the ob/gyn market by 2010 because its performance, size and cost is highly suited to private office practice. SonoSite plans to start shipping its new capabilities this week. Customers can upgrade their existing TITAN systems via a CompactFlash card.
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