Technology | October 27, 2008

Versatile Ultrasound Images from Abdominal to Vascular

GE Healthcare's versatile LOGIQ e series handles general and shared-service imaging needs, which performs routine exams from vascular to charting fetal development to determining the status of a torn rotator cuff.

As an alternative to a fixed ultrasound system, the LOGIQ e gives clinicians the mobility and flexibility needed to more easily access patients. It travels to the patient so you don’t have to interrupt the imaging schedule of your fixed system.

The LOGIQ E9 is designed for use with abdominal, vascular, obstetric, gynecology, neonatal, pediatric, urology, transcranial and small parts applications imaging. Key features include:

- Volume Navigation Image fusion combining real-time ultrasound with CT or MR and a ‘GPS-like technology’ to track and mark a patient’s anatomy during the ultrasound exam, bringing confidence and productivity to both diagnostic and interventional studies.

- Scan Assistant, a software tool that intuitively assists the sonographer with customizable automations at each step of the ultrasound exam. Like speed-dial for ultrasound, Scan Assistant reduces keystrokes and exam time to drive department productivity and standardization.

- Agile Imaging (Agile Ultrasound or Agile Acoustic Architecture).

The system offers Volume Navigation with real-time fusion and GPS, Scan Assistant, Agile Acoustic Architecture, E Series Transducers with Single Crystal and Acoustic Amplifier Technology, 100 lbs lighter and 20 percent smaller than other premium ultrasound systems.

The LOGIQ I is a miniaturized unit for volume imaging. The LOGIQ i is a wireless capable ultrasound system reverberating with advanced features for stunning image clarity and clinical productivity. And it is light enough to carry throughout the hospital for comprehensive radiology or vascular studies – even musculoskeletal and oncology imaging – right at the point of care.

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