Sound Technology, part of Analogic's ultrasound group, provides products and solutions that create value for both original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and end users. With over 20 years of experience developing ultrasound probes for the medical industry, we have developed a wide portfolio of product platforms that address the most challenging requirements of the latest ultrasound imaging technologies and clinical applications.
Recent additions to our ultrasound product platforms include:
- 3-D and 4-D endocavity probes for real-time volumetric imaging
- Biplane endocavity probes
- Probes for minimally invasive surgery
- High-frequency phased arrays for pediatric and neonatal applications
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Industry trends such as the growth in patient-centric healthcare, decrease in equipment costs, and miniaturization of ultrasound equipment, are driving the creation of new market segments. No longer limited to medical diagnostics, ultrasound probes are used for new applications in treatment, monitoring, and interventional guidance.
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We focus on the end user’s needs. Over the past 20 years we have expanded our expertise into several new clinical segments and, while reinforcing our knowledge in urology, surgery, and OB/GYN, have developed solutions for new applications such as neonatal and pediatric ultrasound.
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Despite the trend toward reduction in size and cost of medical diagnostic ultrasound systems, high image quality remains a critical requirement. New imaging techniques such as elastography, compounding, and harmonic imaging require superior acoustic performance. We provide the best trade-off between complex transducer designs and acoustic performance.
Learn more about our array design and acoustic performance.
We target our innovation efforts and plan our technology roadmap based on market needs. We are committed to supporting the ever-increasing demand for new specialized applications, portable systems, and superior image quality. Innovative manufacturing processes allow us to minimize the size of our arrays while maintaining superior performance.
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