Come and visit our stand this year at BMUS where we will be showcasing some of our most exciting Ultrasound products and services. We may have a new name, but we have the same great technology, service and people who are eager to meet with you this year. Our experienced team would be happy to discuss how our products and services can support you in achieving optimal image quality, improved workflow and ergonomics.


We have a fantastic treat on our stand with a special visit from one of our chosen charities, the Support Dogs!  You can find out how they make such a huge difference to people’s lives by meeting some of the dogs and their owners on our stand. You can also get involved by helping us raise awareness of such a fantastic cause and even take one of our toy Support Dogs home!

Canon Medical Systems are also proud to be known as the Carbon Zero Heroes of the industry.  Thousands of people are helped in developing nations at the same time as UK patients reap the benefits of innovative medical diagnostic systems, as every purchase of our medical equipment benefits some of the poorest parts of the world.

Come along to our stand on Tuesday 10th December to hear more about the incredible work that we do with CO2balance!

Date: 10th – 12th December 2019

Meet our team to find out more: Book a meeting

Take a look at some of the products we’ll be showcasing

Intuitive. Intelligent. Innovative.

Our Aplio iSeries is designed to deliver outstanding clinical precision and departmental productivity. Crystal-clear images with enhanced resolution and penetration as well as an abundance of expert tools help you get your diagnostic answer quickly and reliably.

From the smallest to the toughest patients, Aplio’s revolutionary iBeam architecture with dramatically increased processing power provides unprecedented imaging clarity and definition while significantly enhancing penetration.

Corporate Social Responsibility data:

  1. The data from the impacts are based on the fieldwork carried out by CO2balance within the project locations in Kenya. The data that is gathered is in line with the requirements of the Gold Standard as part of the annual Monitoring Surveys. These monitoring reports are available on the Gold Standard Registry. Data is then cross-compared against national averages in Kenya to ensure accuracy. Assumptions and extrapolations have been used where relevant.
  2. Wood saved and clean water supplied. Calculations based on field measurements conducted by staff contracted to CO2balance and conducted according to the requirements defined by the Gold Standard. Monitoring data is available on the Gold Standard registry.
  3. The Health Data is derived from the following sources: R. Perez-Padilla et al, 2010. ‘Respiratory health effects of indoor air pollution’ in International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, vol. 14 no. 9, pp1079-1086; Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (2008). Kenya Integrated Household Budget Survey. Ministry of Planning and National Development, pp1-300.