Cardiovascular Technologies

HemoDynamic Analytics

HDAnalytics for Heart Failure Diagnosis is a unique and accurate package for cardiac hemodynamic assessments

Vector Flow Mapping (VFM)

Vector Flow Mapping (VFM) is a novel application that allows users to assess cardiovascular blood flow distribution

2D Tissue Tracking (2DTT)

The 2D Tissue Tracking (2DTT) is an advanced tool which allows users to track the displacement of the cardiac

TDI Analysis

To display the movement of tissue by using Doppler method – is now widely used to observe the myocardium's

Myocardial Thickness (Wall Thickness)

The TDI-Myocardial Thickness (Wall Thickness) detects chamber, myocardium and epicardium simultaneously and uses

Strain/Strain Ratio

Conventional cardiac function analysis is focused on diagnosis of global heart movement. By opposition, Strain

Automated Carotid Intima-Media Thickness (IMT) Measurement

The relationship between the presence of Carotid atherosclerosis with increased CIMT and coronary arteries disease

eTRACKING - Comprehensive analysis package supporting the assessment of Atherosclerosis

The severity of Cardiovascular disease is likely to be reduced if atherosclerosis is detected early and before

Wave Intensity

The heart and the arterial system constantly interact with each other through forward travelling waves and reflected

Flow Mediated Dilatation (FMD)

FMD - Endothelial Function Assessment Endothelial dysfunction is considered to be the first stage of atherosclerosis

Stress Echo

The large capacity Cine Memory enhances the efficiency of the examination. You can capture moving images for approximately

Dual Gate Doppler

The Dual Gate Doppler generates a full FFT analysis and display from two separate sample gates allowing measurements from two different locations, during the same cardiac cycle

Transit Time of Vessel Flow (TVF)

TVF is a new vascular function that simplifies the assessment of the peripheral vascular tree. More specific TVF provide a specific support for assessment of Below-Knee stenosis.