The newly launched bkSpecto system is designed for clinical use and uses auto-optimization algorithms to improve processing and increase anatomical imaging detail, the Peabody, Mass.-based company said. The system uses a touch-based interface and includes tactile feedback, Analogic added.
“bkSpecto brings together superior image quality and faster clinical workflows through image optimization algorithms, configurable user interface, and faster processing. Our commitment to enabling users to acquire detailed clinical images effortlessly and rapidly is evident in bkSpecto. We are very excited to be launching the urology edition of the all new bkSpecto ultrasound system at the AUA this week,” global ultrasound biz SVP & GM Brooks West said in a press release
Last week, a group of Analogic shareholders filed a suit looking to block the company’s $1 billion go-private sale to Altaris Capital Partners, according to court documents posted this week.