Samsung offers next-generation imaging technology to aid diagnosis and treatment – ​​Samsung Newsroom Brasil

Equipment from the V line, such as the V7 and V8, in addition to the RS85 Prestige, make Samsung’s portfolio one of the most complete on the market

RS85 Prestige from Samsung. Image for illustration purposes only.

O Radiologist’s Day, celebrated on November 8, honors the health professionals responsible for imaging exams, an essential technique for the diagnosis and treatment of different types of illnesses and physical conditions. Created in reference to the discovery of X-rays, by German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, the commemorative date is the perfect opportunity for those who want to understand a little more about this activity that is so important for the health and well-being of the population.

“Here at Samsung, one of our main focuses is providing cutting-edge technology solutions to assist radiology professionals in their diverse roles. Our complete portfolio is available to the medical community with the clear objective of facilitating the execution of various types of diagnostic activities, from the most basic to the most complex, through increasingly precise and intuitive equipment, which, at the end of the day, After all, they make all the difference in improving people’s quality of life”, highlights Nelson Ozassa, director of the HME division at Samsung Brazil.

Among the brand’s highlights are multispecialty equipment, such as the recently launched V7 and the already established V8, which serve all ultrasound diagnostic segments, combining excellent image quality with the most varied intelligent assistance tools. Line V systems (which comes from “versatile”) can even be used in various clinical applications, such as obstetrics, gynecology, radiology, orthopedics, vascular, cardiology and much more.

In addition to the V line, Samsung has a new version of the RS85 Prestige, an ultrasound device focused on the radiology segment, with new features and transducers, including an intuitive fat quantification system (USFF). This resource uses as a reference the standard already available in magnetic resonance imaging (PDFF) to provide percentage values ​​regarding the levels of fat concentration in liver cells.

“Samsung offers all its expertise in creating disruptive technologies to provide sophisticated diagnostic solutions, based on Artificial Intelligence, such as image fusion, which allows you to combine other diagnostic methods with the ultrasound image”, concludes Nelson.

Find out more about the health equipment portfolio and other brand news at Samsung Newsroom Brasil.

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