Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) upgrades cardiac ultrasound systems
This article was originally published in Clinica
Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) has improved contrast agent detection with its HDI 3000 ultrasound system by adding Power Harmonic technology. The company has also provided Convex Phased Array scanheads on its Apogee 800PLUS system which allow cardiac examinations to be performed on adults, children and neonates.
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