The new scanner is designed to include enhancements that improve its image clarity, workflow, and performance, according to Esaote. It will include upgradability, remote service, options for long-term maintenance, and transducer compatibility with other Esaote scanners.
The official launch of MyLab 9 will be at 12 p.m. on Friday 12 October. It will be demonstrated at the JFR Ultrasound Village from 14-15 October and will be included in the JFR junior training ultrasound educational sessions.
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