News | October 12, 2006

GE Launches New Portable 4-D Ultrasound

GE Healthcare has introduced a new ultrasound system, LOGIQ P5, as it extends its next-generation portable line of compact technology with high performance and 4-D imaging.
The LOGIQ P5 provides high definition speckle resolution, CrossXBeam imaging and 4-D imaging. The portable system, which is currently being showcased at the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) Annual Conference, is half the weight and size of most console-based systems and is designed for radiology departments, private practices and specialized clinics.
The LOGIQ P5 also includes the same advanced image quality features as GE’s flagship LOGIQ technology, such as high definition speckle reduction imaging (HD-SRI), with high-definition contrast resolution that suppresses speckle artifact to heighten visibility of organs and lesions; CrossXBeam spatial compounding for enhanced tissue and border differentiation with an exclusive spatial compounding acquisition and processing technique; and 4-D imaging, which acquires three-dimensional images in real time to reveal the anatomical details.

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