Compare all Siemens Acuson ultrasound machines
Siemens is a large global brand and Siemens ultrasound has been producing diagnostic ultrasound since the early 1980s with the Sonoline brand name. In the year 2000 Siemens purchased Acuson ultrasound and merged it’s two product lines, keeping the Acuson brand names.
Siemens ultrasound machines
The current lineup of Siemens ultrasound machines all use the Acuson brand name and are divided into two lines, the “S” line of premium and high-end ultrasound machines based upon the design of the previous generation Acuson Antares. The second line is the “X” line that covers the High-end to Economy market segments. Though Siemens has not been a top innovator in the past decade their products are high quality and the workflow is refined.
Siemens ultrasound machines in production:
Siemens Acuson S3000: Top of the line premium 4D OB/GI ultrasound
Siemens Acuson SC2000: High-end Cardiac focused S2000
Siemens Acuson S2000: High-end 4D OB/GI ultrasound, replaced the S1000
Siemens Acuson S1000: High-end 4D OB/GI ultrasound at a lower price
Siemens Acuson X700: Shared service High-end ultrasound
Siemens Acuson X600: Shared service Midrange ultrasound
Siemens Acuson X300 PE: Shared service Midrange ultrasound
Siemens Acuson X300: Shared service Economy ultrasound
Siemens Acuson X150: OB/GI Economy ultrasound
Siemens Portable Ultrasound Machines
Acuson was a pioneer in many technologies including the first portable cardiac ultrasound, the Cypress. When Siemens purchased Acuson they improved the Cypress and renamed it the Cypress Plus and it continued to sell well for years after it was discontinued.