Toshiba America Medical Systems (TAMS), a distributor of diagnostic imaging systems, is set to unveil its Aquilion One and Aquilion Premium CT systems, M-Power MR system user interface, Aplio MX ultrasound system and Kalare Wireless.

Aquilion ONE CT system uses advanced radiation dose reduction technologies and covers up to 16 cm of anatomy using 320 ultra-high-resolution, 0.5-mm detector elements to image an entire organ, including the brain and heart, in a single rotation.

The Aquilion Premium is capable of covering up to 8 cm in a single rotation and is field-upgradeable to 16 cm of coverage and all the capabilities of volume CT.

M-Power User Interface (WIP) is a customizable MR system user interface which aids technologists to accelerate scanning processes and enhance diagnoses.

Aplio MX ultrasound system features Toshiba’s Precision Imaging and Differential Tissue Harmonics technologies, which acquire ultrasound images of unprecedented clarity and resolution to aid in better, more accurate diagnoses, regardless of patient size.

Toshiba’s next-generation R&F system, the Kalare Wireless features the new Harmony Digital Imaging System, offering image processing and advanced imaging processing for fluoroscopy.

TAMS will unveil its diagnostic imaging systems at the Association for American Medical Systems Management (AHRA) annual meeting in Grapevine, Texas.