Technology | Ultrasound Imaging | August 15, 2018

Fujifilm SonoSite Unveils Full Suite of iViz Point-of-Care Transducers

L25v transducer enables viewing of superficial applications, while C60v designed for deeper applications such as abdominal and obstetrics

Fujifilm SonoSite Unveils Full Suite of iViz Point-of-Care Transducers

The L25v ultrasound transducer for the Fujifilm Sonosite iViz is available for superficial applications such as ophthalmic, arterial, venous, lung and nerve. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Sonosite.

Fujifilm SonoSite Unveils Full Suite of iViz Point-of-Care Transducers

The SonoSite C60v transducer is available for deeper applications such as abdominal, lung and obstetrics. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Sonosite.

August 15, 2018 — Fujifilm SonoSite Inc. announced the launch of two new transducers for the SonoSite iViz point-of-care ultrasound, now connecting a total of four to their handheld diagnostic tool. Now with the addition of the L25v and C60v transducers to its portfolio, the iViz enables clinicians to view superficial applications such as ophthalmic, arterial, venous, lung and nerve, as well as deeper applications such as abdominal and obstetrics.

iViz is a lightweight, miniaturized ultrasound system that fits in a pocket. It can be taken anywhere, from a patient's bedside to first response at a car accident. The iViz combines a 7-inch high-resolution display and proprietary imaging technology to provide superior image quality, allowing for quick interpretation and diagnosis. The system is manufactured using aircraft aluminum, with beveled edges to protect the display and device from fluid ingress. Additionally, all transducers are drop-tested to 3 feet and are IPX-7 rated, making them fully submersible in water and approved disinfectants.  

The SonoSite L25v transducer is available for superficial applications such as ophthalmic, arterial, venous, lung and nerve. The pocket-sized device offers superior 2-D image quality with new exam presets.

The SonoSite C60v transducer is available for deeper applications such as abdominal, lung and obstetrics. The pocket-sized, one-hand-operated device offers superior 2-D image quality with new exam presets, calculations and measurements suitable for acute care, internal medicine, obstetrics and veterinary. The C60v also features DirectClear Technology which elevates transducer performance by improving penetration and contrast resolution.

Watch the VIDEO Editor's Choice of Most Innovative New Technology at RSNA 2015, which includes the SonoSite iViz point-of-care ultrasound system.

For more information: www.sonosite.com

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