Technology | December 12, 2012

New Logiq E9 with XDclear Boosts Image Quality and Enhances Diagnostic Confidence

New general imaging ultrasound system is well suited for a variety of clinical applications

GE Healthcare Logiq E9 with XDclear RSNA 2012 Ultrasound Systems

December 12, 2012 — GE Healthcare introduced the new Logiq E9 with XDclear, a new general imaging ultrasound system, at RSNA 2012. Built from the acclaimed Logiq E9 platform, new features on the company’s premium product allow for increased penetration on large patients, improved clarity and diagnostic confidence.

Because of advances in acoustic engineering used in new XDclear transducer technology, users of the new C1-6 and C2-9 transducers experience increased penetration of 2-4 cm while simultaneously experiencing high definition resolution throughout the image.

On the new Logiq E9 with XDclear, the company has also added its innovative B-Flow imaging capability. This GE imaging mode uses non-Doppler technology to display true hemodynamics and enables direct visualization of blood flow without the limitations of Doppler.

Enhanced Workflow

In addition to a larger, adjustable monitor[1],  a faster computer[1] and enhanced ergonomics, GE Healthcare has added features including Compare Assistant plus Breast and Thyroid Productivity Packages to help improve overall workflow[1].   Compare Assistant helps streamline comparison exams while the Productivity Packages help ease the burden of measurement-heavy studies. 

Volume Navigation

The Logiq E9 with XDclear includes an expansion of Volume Navigation capabilities with new tools and accessories such as automatic computed tomography (CT) registration.

[1] As compared to GE’s Logiq E9 BT11

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

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