Technology | May 23, 2006

New Features Increase Sonographer Comfort

Users of GE’s LOGIQ 7 and LOGIQ 9 ultrasound systems can now easily position the new 17-inch flat screen monitor to the most comfortable viewing location for each individual study. An adjustable arm provides infinite positioning flexibility, affording the user an exceptional scanning experience with less neck strain. The new design also allows the monitor to be folded flat for clear visibility during transport.

Sonographers can keep everything within an arm’s reach with an adjustable keyboard that helps to reduce reaching and hyperextension. The keyboard is height adjustable on LOGIQ 7, and on the LOGIQ 9 flexibility is taken a step further with a floating keyboard console that elevates, rotates and extends for the ultimate flexibility in positioning. Other SonoErgonomics features include one-touch efficiency from redundant keystrokes with color touchscreen and programmable keys, wheels that swivel and lock for easy transport and lightweight transducers.

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