Ultramedix company profile and products:
Ultramedix Australasia Pty Ltd is a dynamic young company founded by medical imaging experts, engineers and medical professionals.
Our company has evolved steadily since establishment 5 years ago we have gained recognition as a progressive and professional medical ultrasound importer with modern high technology equipment and good support.
Our vision is to provide the best choice in ultrasound equipment to medical practitioners in Australia, New Zealand and neigboring countries at affordable and attractive prices.
The SIUI range of Ultrasound scanners are Ultramedix's foremost products
SIUI (Shantou Institute of Ultrasonic Instruments) Co. Ltd is the largest and longest manufacturer of Ultrasound in China and has been dedicated to R&D and manufacture of ultrasound systems since 1978. Today by virtue of its powerful capacity for development and continuous dedication to innovation in ultrasonography, SIUI is at the forefront of global medical imaging and is mounting an ever growing challenge to major world ultrasound brands providing medical facilities with ever better products and service.
Leader of China’s ultrasound industry
SIUI’s advanced facilities attracts a group of talents with a strong R&D backgrounds. Every year, SIUI spends not less than 10% of its sales revenue in technical research and development. Additionally SIUI has technical cooperation with world famous scientific institutions, which not only keeps SIUI in a leading position in China’s ultrasound field but also in a competitive position in the global ultrasound industry.
Complete product line
SIUI has a complete product line, ranging from portable to trolley based systems and B/W to colour Doppler ultrasound systems. This enables SIUI to meet the needs of medical facilities at all levels. SIUI climbed to a new peak of technical expertise with the development and one example of this has been the development of its line of 4D imaging probes a few years ago. This has flowed across to several of its product lines from the highly affordable CTS-900 portable and CTS–8800 Plus B/W portable with 4D colour imaging through to its top of the line Apogee 3800 Touch and Apogee 3800 Omni and today SIUI is positioned as the leading manufacturer of 4D ultrasound imaging worldwide.
Global market perspective
SIUI has a clear global marketing perspective and SIUI’s products are providing healthcare services to people in more than 120 countries. In constant pursuit of technical innovation SIUI keeps a growing momentum to achieve ever higher objectives.
The eZono™ 3000 is a revolutionary portable high performance point of care ultrasound system designed for the needs of anaesthetics and emergency care. This German innovation is almost entirely software driven and is designed with the operator foremost in mind in stressful theatre and emergency situations. With it’s intuitive operating system and series of presets, little if any adjustment is required by the operator, allowing them to immediately obtain excellent quality images with minimum effort in the shortest possible time.
Imaging modes include B-Mode and Colour Doppler. Operation is by touch screen. Multi-media patented Cue cards can be selected by the user to guide them through every aspect of where to position the probe, anatomical landmarks, recommended approaches, needle guidance and general tips. Software updates for new applications and other improvements are provided free of charge several times per year making the eZono an excellent long term investment.
With it’s latest software release, users can create their own cue cards and the ever expanding range of Cue cards now includes protocols for FAST scans and the new FEEL scan protocols for focused echocardiography in the critically ill.
Bedside or point of care ultrasound is now commonplace in emergency departments and critical care units internationally. The benefit of focused echocardiography in the arrest and peri-arrest setting has been demonstrated and has now been taken up by organizations such as the European and UK Resuscitation Councils (ALS), the American Heart Association (ACLS), the College of Emergency Medicine (CEM), Intensive Care Society (ICS), and the British Society for Echocardiography (BSE).
|Last Updated on Monday, 04 February 2013 01:56|