BURLINGTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pope Francis personally accepted the donation of a Terason uSmart 3200T portable ultrasound system after the papal mass in front of an audience of over 60,000. General Manager Jeffrey Sirek handed over the innovative new technology on behalf of Terason directly to the Holy Father in an effort to further support the medical capabilities offered at the Vatican Medical Center.
As an industry pioneer, Terason is committed to delivering unprecedented customer satisfaction and quality products with the latest in computer technology and developments in ultrasound imaging available today. This commitment further expands to improving healthcare around the world, providing diagnostic capabilities to those otherwise unable to receive care.
At the time of the offering, Mr. Sirek explained to the Holy Father how this system was designed to provide the highest quality of care, “The uSmart 3200T system is specifically designed for emergency medicine and critical care diagnoses in hospital settings and remote areas. Its unique features easily allow for maximum utilization to service the elderly, very sick and difficult to reach patients. Additionally, the system will assist physician users in early detection to develop a course of action to avoid more serious diseases.”
Terason was honored that our uSmart 3200T was chosen as the ultrasound system of choice to support the Vatican, and a new synergistic collaboration and commitment to providing quality healthcare worldwide has commenced. Terason will continue to strive to exceed expectations and industry standards, and provide customers with the latest advancements in portable ultrasound.
Terason, a division of Teratech Corporation began in 1994, drawing upon technology developed at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory. Dr. Alice Chiang, CEO and Chairman of the Board, founded the company to apply developments in the fields of radar, sonar, and telecommunications technologies to the demanding requirements of battlefield ultrasound. Recognizing that decades of breakthrough research for the Department of Defense could be applied to the challenges of mainstream ultrasound imaging, she formed the Terason division. With initial key patents protecting the integrated circuit technology she developed at MIT, Dr. Chiang dedicated Terason to the development of a micro-miniaturized commercial ultrasound system.
Today, we continue to revolutionize ultrasound with developments in high-performance portable systems. The new proprietary uSmart products provide exceptional imaging capability and the advanced features and functionality users have come to expect from Terason. These complete ultrasound solutions optimize workflow, enhance clinical efficacy, and increase productivity for everyday clinical needs. For more information, visit www.terason.com.