Experience with the Aplio i-series in clinical ultrasound practice
Since its introduction in 2016, the Aplio i-series has provided users around the world with outstanding clinical precision and departmental productivity through exceptional image quality and a wealth of expert tools for quick and reliable diagnoses.
The new Aplio i-series / Prism Edition now takes diagnostic ultrasound to the next level. Find out how your colleagues experience the new clinical benefits with crystal clear images, improved productivity and groundbreaking workflow automation powered by AI.
Prof. Fischer shares his experiences with the Aplio i-series / Prism Edition at one of Europe’s largest university hospitals, including the new imaging technologies Ultra Wide View and iBeam+, the importance of Canon’s liver package and the value of AI-enabled technology for his workflow.
Prof. Dr.Thomas Fischer
Charité Universitätsmedizin, Berlin,
Prof.Testa speaks about the advantages of crystal clear images and improved penetration with the Aplio i-series for her daily work in gynecological oncology.
Prof. Dr. Antonia Testa
Catholic University, Rome, Italy
Prof. Zuber talks about his experience with the Aplio i-series from the perspective of a private cardiology practice and how a greatly improved image quality, the workflow navigator and AI-based evaluations help him to better and more efficiently deal with difficult-to-scan patients and more complex examinations.
Prof. Dr. Michel Zuber
Dr. Gruber shares his experience with the Aplio i-series for high resolution sonography in MSK, nerve imaging and interventional sonography and talks about his work with the Canon team on advancing sonographic applications as part of his academic work.
PD Dr. Hannes Gruber
Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria
Prof. Loizides talks about the unique clinical capabillity of Aplio i-series’ ultra-high frequency probes for the visualization of small structures such as peripheral nerves and tiny ligaments as well as for precise needle guidance in interventional sonography.
Prof. Dr. Alexander Loizides
Innsbruck Medical University, Austria