Better diagnostics starts here
Aplio’s ultra-wideband i-series transducers cover the same bandwidth as two conventional transducers, providing superior sensitivity and resolution for both near and far field. While helping to reduce cost, this revolutionary transducer design can provide better imaging regardless of the patient condition.
Seeing the unseen with SMI
Experience color flow imaging with unmatched detail and definition on Aplio i700. Superb micro-vascular imaging (SMI) expands the range of visible blood flow to visualize low-velocity microvascular flow never before seen with diagnostic ultrasound.
SMI‘s level of vascular visualization, combined with high frame rates, advances diagnostic confidence when evaluating lesions, cysts and tumors.
Smart Sensor 3D allows you to acquire accurate 3D volumes with a standard linear or convex transducer, also in SMI mode.
Enjoy the perfect picture
Precision+ offers outstandingly smooth images with sharpened outline of lesions, enhanced image uniformity and reduced clutter.
ApliPure™+ compounding delivers increased imaging contrast and reduced speckle noise to improve visualization.
Differential Tissue Harmonics provides harmonic images of unsurpassed spatial resolution, alongside greatly enhanced penetration.
Aplio’s wideband transducer and signal processing technology delivers outstanding sensitivity, penetration and spatial resolution for all Doppler modes.
Exceptional detail for a more precise diagnosis
Both the busy clinician and the patient can benefit from volumetric ultrasound. Aplio’s comprehensive volume imaging suite extends your diagnostic capabilities into the next dimension of imaging with extraordinary image quality and uncompromised workflow.
Luminance offers natural-looking 3D renderings of high quality and definition, providing strong visual feedback on depth and detail ready in the first trimester.
A wide range of MultiView options provide high-resolution cross sections, helping you to better understand anatomical relationships or the extent of a given lesion.