OsteoSys(CEO Young-bok Ahn) will show its cutting-edge convergence diagnostic devices at KIMES 2017 which will be held from March 16th to 19th at COEX.
Osteo Sys, the Korean BMD frontier with the first domestic Ultrasound BMD (SONOST-2000) and world's unique full line-up BMDs that have been exported to 95 countries in the world, brings another innovation to the BMD market by introducing convergence diagnostic devices: Excellus and Primus.
Its cutting-edge convergence diagnostic devices of narrow fan beam technology, Excellus and Primus, that can analyze BMD, body composition and bone morphological assessment, simultaneously can be seen at the exhibition.
As the flagship models of OsteoSys, Excellus and Primus overcome the conventional concept of BMD whose functions were limited mainly to the measurement of bone density; Excellus and Primus accurately measure fat/lean/bone mass and analyze patient's obesity type as Gynoid/Android. Furthermore, utilizing OsteoSys's exclusive function 'B-Scope', it is possible to measure the fat/lean mass of a topical part.
Excellus and Primus support the various bone morphological analysis/assessment such as VFA, Orthopedics, Hip analysis, FRAX, and Color Mapping including the basic measurement of the bone mineral density of AP spine, Dual Femur, Forearm, and Lateral spine. Primus has an optimized function and design for the analysis of bone mineral density and body composition of a whole body and Excellus is optimized for the analysis of a half body.
With its specialized BMD brand name and image since its foundation in 2000, Osteosys is about to have another opportunity to leap into a convergence BMD & body composition analyzer manufacturer by introducing Primus and Excellus into the domestic and global medical device market.
Meanwhile, KIMES 2017 is the biggest international medical and hospital equipment exhibition of Korea. KIMES sets the stage for introduction of latest tools and technology that may aid in the healthcare industry etc. in the Hospitals and Medical Equipments industry.
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