GE Healthcare (NYSE:GE) today unveiled its next-generation Voluson Expert 22 ultrasound system for women’s health.
The Chicago-based company designed Voluson Expert 22 with new imaging and processing power for higher resolutions and detailed images. Powered by artificial intelligence, the imaging system allows for better consistency in exams and a decreased number of tasks for the clinician.
“The Voluson Expert 22 is a masterpiece of engineering with exceptional 2D images from thin to difficult scanning patients. This machine also has the outstanding ergonomics and is the most customizable system ever produced. It is one of the best ultrasound machines I have ever used,” said Dr. Rabih Cahoui, managing director of the Center for Prenatal Diagnosis and Human Genetics in Berlin, Germany.
Voluson has a modern user interface that is simple and seamless and has a 23.8 in. high-definition ultrasound display with three image sizes to see finer details with ease. Clinicians can also personalize the user interface according to their unique preferences and the company’s Respond probe activation automatically initializes the probes and presets when removed from the probe holder.
“Technology continues to move obstetrics and gynecology forward, but there is a delicate balance between using technology to enhance medical care and the human role in medicine,” said, Gerald Seifriedsberger, general manager for GE Healthcare’s women’s health division. “We are incredibly proud to build on our legacy of innovation in women’s health with the introduction of the Voluson Expert 22, and deliver advanced ultrasound imaging at the point of care that allows for more shared decision-making between clinician and patient.”