Burlington, MA – November 3, 2011 – The pulse of vascular ultrasound quickens with the release of the new Terason t3200™ Vascular Series Ultrasound System. The t3200 is the first fully-functional, portable ultrasound system designed specifically for the vascular professional. The system is fourth in a new series of systems from Terason, the innovator and leader in portable ultrasound technology.
The t3200’s Flexible Imaging Technology (FIT), exclusively from Terason, presents innovative new features producing high-quality images and simplifying the ultrasound exam, resulting in increased patient throughput. DDR™ and X-Site™ transducers provide high-end image quality in both superficial and deeper targets to further enhance clinical confidence. TeraScape™, Terason’s new wide-angle imaging, gives users the ability to visualize a larger area, as well as zoom, rotate, and measure a region of interest. A customized, intuitive interface with vascular-specific measurements and annotations streamlines workflow and increases overall productivity. The PC-based system with open architecture is easily connected to EMR networks, and can be supported remotely by Terason technicians.
“The t3200 Vascular Series System exemplifies Terason’s goal of innovation with our customers’ needs as a priority. We believe the t3200 equips busy medical professionals with a superior imaging solution to provide patients with the highest-quality diagnosis and care, in a variety of settings, quickly and efficiently,” says John Bridge, CEO and President.”
Terason is proud to officially introduce the t3200 Vascular Series at the American College of Phlebology (ACP)’s 25th Annual Congress, November 3 – 6, 2011 in Los Angeles, CA.
Headquartered near Boston, Massachusetts, Terason, a division of Teratech Corporation (www.terason.com), is a diagnostic ultrasound technology company setting new standards for image quality, ease of use, size and cost. Using breakthrough system integration technologies, Terason helps improve patient care by enabling compact equipment to generate diagnostic images previously possible only using large, expensive machines. The leading manufacturer of high performance laptop ultrasound imaging systems, Terason was established in 1994 as a spin-off of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory. Since Terason introduced its first product in 2001, thousands of ultrasound systems have been shipped to clinicians and to partners worldwide. The company’s unique Teratech™ Architecture and new FIT Technology enable exceptional performance and value.