Samsung Electronics has announced the company’s latest ultrasound imaging system – RS80A with Prestige in india. Originally, it was first launched in Korea in June 2015 and followed by launches in other regions around the world & it includes US and Middle East in due course, targeting research & general hospitals. The product was first introduced in March 2015 at European Congress for Radiology in Vienna, through seminars on clinical values of its main functions.


The RS80A with Prestige is an enhanced diagnostic package designed for radiology departments. By using this, doctors can diagnose number of diseases related to abdominal, breast, cardiovascular and musculoskeletal ailments to provide higher clinical value. The RS80A with Prestige is equipped with S-Fusion, it is a function that can compare body parts intended for diagnosis through ultrasound imaging with CT or MRI Imaging simultaneously for analysis. With Rs80A, users can determine the location of lesions more precisely and S-Fusion allows auto-registration that aligns imaging of CT or MRI within 30 seconds to enable a quick diagnosis.

The another feature is S-Shearwave, it helps to analyse the characteristics of body tissue without biopsy, provides numerical measurements of stiffness using the shear wave produced around the region of internal. The function supports accurate diagnosis by providing Reliable Measurement Index (RMI) and statistics for repeated measurements including the median and standard deviation.

The RS80A with Prestige comes with Samsung’s new advanced 3D technology, Natural Vue. The features strengthens morphological expressions than the existing Realistic Vue that creates realistic expression of internal body images. With the application of the 3D/4D reflection mode, Natural Vue can show even a minute protrusion that basic imaging is unable to display. The system also features Arterial Analysis, which supports earlier detection of cardiovascular diseases by executing both morphological & functional analysis of the vessel.

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