Integrating SDMR image processing technology that provides sharp 2D images for optimal diagnostic performance, the system includes S-Flow function that enables color detection with superior sensitivity and allows micro vessels to appear in high resolution.

The 18.5-inch LED-backlit monitor of the device features image processing technologies and Hybrid Imaging Engine to deliver clear, accurate clinical images.

The company said users can also employ the time gain compensator (TGC) function to create and access saved presets for added convenience.

In addition, the company is introducing a new image rendering FRV- Feto Realistic View technology for the Accuvix A30 ultrasound system that gathers much information from 3D/4D data and provides highly detailed images of the fetus.

Samsung Electronics America enterprise business division senior vice president Tod Pike said, "We are keen to demonstrate how the integration of Samsung technology into our lineup of medical ultrasound and imaging products can help enhance the quality of care and transform both the patient and provider experience."