Welcome to Hitachi Medical Systems Europe - former Aloka Holding Europe website
Aloka Holding Europe AG, Switzerland, a former subsidiary of Hitachi Aloka Medical Ltd., was legally integrated into Hitachi Medical Systems Europe Holding AG, Switzerland, on 1 December 2011. Hitachi Medical Systems Europe Holding AG is a subsidiary of Hitachi Medical Corporation and Hitachi Aloka Medical Ltd., both based in Tokyo, Japan. The two entities will combine their broad experience and knowledge, synergizing the expertise and talents on both sides to offer their customers an even more attractive range of medical ultrasound solutions. Aloka has an exceptional history as an innovator in ultrasound and is renowned for high-quality ultrasound systems and support. Combining both product lines will allow them to broaden the participation and penetration of this large and diverse market.
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ProSound Alpha 7
The ProSound Alpha 7 is a diagnostic ultrasound system that contradicts the thought that high-performance systems are large. It inherits the proven technologies and functions of Hitachi Aloka’s high-end product,... [more]
Hitachi Aloka provides a unique combination of easy to use, reliable, technologically-advanced equipment; a commitment to patient exam accuracy; and a team of professional Account Executives, Clinical Specialists and... [more]
Compound Pulse Wave Generator
Programmable waveform transmission allows for intentional control of the amplitude, form and frequency of transmitted sound waves, independently of transducer characteristics. Ultrasound is transmitted with the pulse... [more]
What our customers say
Cardiology : e-Tracking
Put simply, the Hitachi Aloka ProSound product works intuitively, which means all our echocardiographic and vascular studies can be conducted more quickly than in the past. For example, despite the complex parameters required, ventricular asynchrony and the arterial stiffness can be analyzed quickly and with minimal calibration to the machine itself.
Hitachi Aloka also pioneered Vector Flow Mapping, which is without any doubt one of the most exciting breakthroughs of recent years – providing greater detail, it allows me to view both blood velocity and vortex, without the need for an invasive contrast medium
Prof. Dr. M. A. García Fernández. Labotarorio de Ecocardiografia de Madrid, University Hospital Madrid, Spain