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Finding the best vascular ultrasound machine

Are you considering the purchase of a vascular ultrasound machine? Want an unbiased comparison of the different brands and models available? Want to see each vascular ultrasound machine’s features, imaging modes, applications, available probes and clinical images? If so you are in the right place.

Click on any of the categories to see the top 2-4 recommended vascular ultrasound machines in that category. All machines in a category will have similar minimum features. The price range in a category will generally but not always be similar. Price fluctuates by how well known a brand is (well known brands have a higher price) as well as the condition of the system. (Brand new machines cost significantly more than refurbished or used vascular ultrasound machines.)

Refurbished or late-model ultrasound machines built or rebuilt within the last 2-3 years from a well-known brand usually offer the best value. The feature set in these systems is usually the same brand new systems in the same category but the price is much lower. If you know which category you’re looking for, choose one below and click to see which vascular ultrasound machines are recommended in that price range:

Vascular ultrasound machine categories

Premium
The most advanced, top of the line systems, but also the most expensive.
High-end
Most, but not all of the features of the premium segment at a lower cost.
Midrange
The most commonly purchased systems with some premium features.
Economy
Basic systems with less advanced technology but at the lowest price.
Portable
Range from High-end to Economy, but less expensive than consoles.

The best premium Vascular ultrasound systems

Recommended systems: Philips Epiq 7 & 5, GE Logiq E9, Philips iU22

Premium vascular ultrasound machines are used at top-of-the-line hospitals, at clinical and educational institutions or by experienced luminary doctors who can afford to have the very best performance and features regardless of the cost. Vascular surgeons, Radiologist, Cardiovascular specialists and General practitioners who need to image blood flow, flow blockages, vascular structure and for guidance during vascular surgery will use Doppler, Blow flow imaging, ICE, IMT and other popular vascular features to diagnose and direct treatment.

No one brand has a clear advantage in the vascular ultrasound machine market. Brand choice will depend upon the interface and workflow that you find most comfortable. The main difference is whether the unit will have a Cardiovascular focus or whether it will be a true shared-service environment where it must excel at many applications besides vascular. If the focus is Cardiovascular then Philips has the edge, but if 4D and women’s health are equally important then GE holds an advantage. All premium vascular ultrasound machines will have amazing 2D image quality (Deep penetration, detailed resolution, and sensitivity) all of which help in diagnosis of even difficult patients and in complicated clinical cases.

Kpi recommends the Philips Epiq 7, Epiq 5, iU22 and the GE Logiq E9 as the best vascular ultrasound machines in the premium segment. Even though the iU22 is surpassed by the new Epiq 7 and Epiq 5, the falling price of late model iU22’s make them a terrific value. The Epiq 7 and 5 offers greater power and image quality, but the iU22 offers a better price to power ratio if you don’t need the absolute latest technology. The GE Logiq E9 offers less matrix and single crystal probe options than the Epiq or iU22 but if you are more familiar with the GE workflow then the Logiq E9 will offer similar performance and features with the addition of better 4D for OB/GYN and GI applications in a shared service environment.

Premium Vascular Ultrasound Systems
What to expect in the premium vascular ultrasound category
  • Deep penetration, clear margin definition and detailed resolution even with difficult patients
  • Customizable touchscreen
  • Motorized adjustable height and, and ergonomic monitor arm articulation
  • Ergonomically smooth control panel handling
  • Single crystal transducer with wide bandwidth, better signal-to-noise ratio and improved axial resolution
  • Linear transducers with frequencies from low to high at least one below 25 mm
  • Advanced vascular tools such as Automatic IMT measurements and B flow
  • Cover all vascular applications: operating room, emergency, and neurology
  • Image optimization and auto measurement to save time & decrease fatigue
  • Automatic scanning protocol
  • Smart exam tools or auto programmable protocol to increase efficiency and improve exam speed
  • Embedded battery for portability without shutting down the system
  • Dedicated measurement package & flexible report format for all applications
  • Automatically adjusts color box position and angle, and PW sample volume placement and angle
Key reasons the Philips EPIQ 7 is recommended:
  • The successor of iE33 & iU22 with xMTRIX
  • nSIGHT (the most advanced Philips beamforming)
  • 21.5” LED monitor and 12” tablet-like touchscreen for navigation
  • Advanced workflow: iSCAN for B/C/D and 4D
  • Extremely light and quiet
  • Probes: 1 xMATRIX (X6-1) & 3 single crystal PureWave (C9-2, C5-1, S5-1)
  • WideSCAN: expanded field of view during SonoCT imaging
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • SonoCT real-time compounding imaging and XRES noise and artifact reduction processing that improves tissue & border definition
  • X6-1 xMATRIX: Image in 2 planes simultaneously, without rotating the probe.
  • X6-1: Speeds workflow, improves precision, minimizes repetitive stress injury
  • 20 second sleep mode, transport mode with battery for 45 minutes
  • QLAB – Easy to use quantification tools w/ great reproducibility and accuracy
  • Auto Doppler flow optimization: color box position & angle, PW sample volume placement & angle
  • Auto Doppler flow optimization: auto flow tracking for automatic angle
  • QLAB: Easy to use Vascular quantification tools (Embedded or PC based)
  • QLAB: Auto IMT & Vascular Plaque Quantification
  • QLAB: MVI MicroVascular Imaging
  • Smart exam abdominal & vascular: reducing stroke volume & decreasing exam time
Philips Epiq 7
Key reasons the Philips EPIQ 5 is recommended:
  • The successor to the iU22 (without xMATRIX)
  • nSIGHT (the most advanced Philips beamforming)
  • Amazing image quality with SonoCT real-time compounding imaging & XRES
  • iSCAN with B/C/D for advanced workflow
  • Extremely light and quiet
  • 21.5” LCD monitor with freely articulating arm
  • 3 Single Crystal Transducers (PureWave-C9-2, C5-1, S5-1)
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • Auto Doppler flow optimization: color box position & angle, PW sample volume placement & angle
  • Auto Doppler flow optimization: auto flow tracking for automatic angle
  • WideSCAN: expanded field of view during SonoCT imaging
  • Smart exam abdominal & vascular: reducing stroke volume & decreasing exam time
  • Easy to use quantification tools with great reproducibility and accuracy to guide treatment
Philips Epiq 5 Ultrasound System
Key reasons the GE Logiq E9 is recommended:
  • Feature set similar to the iE33 & Epiq 7, but more General Imaging oriented
  • 19″ LCD with a 10.4” tablet-like touchscreen for navigation
  • Raw Data Format: Ability to post process images after scanning
  • Probes: 2 xMATRIX (M6C-D, ML6-15-D) 2 Single Crystal XDClear (C2-9, C1-6)
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • Outstanding workflow assistant tools
  • Compare assistant: compare current and previous images side-by-side
  • Measure assistant: automatic measurements that are easily edited or accepted
  • Scan assistant: customizable scanning program that decreases keystroke and shortens exams
  • Flow displaying great hemodynamics without the limitations of Doppler
  • Streamlined vascular risk assessment studies
  • Real-time Auto Doppler Calculations
GE Logiq E9 Ultrasound System
Key reasons the Philips iU22 is recommended:
  • xSTREAM beamforming architecture can process multiple data streams
  • Amazing image quality with SonoCT realtime compounding imaging, XRES, and elevation compounding imaging with the X6-1 probe
  • Advanced workflow: iSCAN for B/C/D
  • Auto Doppler flow optimization: color box position & angle, PW sample volume placement & angle
  • Auto Doppler flow optimization: auto flow tracking for automatic angle
  • X6-1 xMATRIX: Image in 2 planes simultaneously, without rotating the probe.
  • X6-1: Speeds workflow, improves precision, minimizes repetitive stress injury
  • SmartExam tools deliver efficiency
  • QLAB: Easy to use Vascular quantification tools (Embedded or PC based)
  • QLAB: Auto IMT & Vascular Plaque Quantification
Philips iU22 Ultrasound System

The best high-end vascular ultrasound machines:

Recommended systems: Philips Affiniti 70, GE Logiq S8, Philips HD15

The high end vascular ultrasound category consists of machines with similar performance to the premium segment, but with a few top of the line features missing in order to lower the price and offer a balance or price to performance.
Cardiovascular specialists, Vascular surgeons, Radiologist, and General practitioners who need to image blood flow, flow blockages, vascular structure and for guidance during vascular surgery will use Doppler, Blow flow imaging, ICE, IMT and other popular vascular features to diagnose and direct vascular treatment.

The Philips brand holds the advantage for those medical professionals who want an ultrasound machine with the best cardiovascular imaging focus because of Philips’ edge in cardiac imaging over other brands. Doctors who have more general imaging needs along with their vascular focus should consider GE’s products as the Logiq line does the best job of offering true shared service function in addition to excellent vascular. At this price point the other brands do not have any edge over Philips and GE with vascular ultrasound machines.

Kpi recommends the Philips Affiniti 70, GE Logiq S8, and Philips HD15 as the best choices in the high-end vascular ultrasound market. All of these systems offer amazing vascular image quality, just like the top of the line systems but lack a few of the features of their more expensive premium siblings. The Affiniti 70 especially looks and performs much like the more expensive Epiq series. xMatrix is one of the few big differences between the Epiq 5 and Affiniti 70. The Affiniti 70’s Qlab functions are what really set it apart in the high-end vascular segment. The Logiq S8 does not have as many features as the Affiniti but does have access to the more powerful xMatric probes as well as better 4D for General Imaging. The Logiq S8 is much smaller and lighter than it’s premium sibling the Logiq E9. The Philips HD15 has proven itself reliable with a great balance of features and efficiency and as a refurbished unit offers the value option in this segment.

High-End Varscular Ultrasound System

What to expect in the high-end vascular ultrasound category:

  • Excellent 2D & Doppler image quality
  • System architecture & hardware similar or the same as the premium segment
  • A focus on practice efficiency tools over cutting edge research functions
  • Wide selection of linear, sector, convex, and CW probes with wide frequency ranges
  • Deep penetration, clear margin definition and detailed images for all patient types
  • Productivity enhancements from a fully customizable touchscreen
  • Easily adjustable ergonomic keyboard height & monitor arm articulation
  • Single crystal probe with wide bandwidth, better signal-to-noise ratio and axial resolution
  • Advanced vascular tools such as Automatic IMT measurements and or B flow
  • Cover all vascular applications: operating room, emergency, and neurology
  • Image optimization and auto measurement to save time & decrease fatigue
  • Automatic scanning protocol
  • Smart exam tools or auto programmable protocol to increase efficiency and improve exam speed
  • Embedded battery for portability without shutting down the system
  • Dedicated measurement package & flexible report format for all applications
  • Automatically adjusts color box position and angle, and PW sample volume placement and angle
Key reasons the Philips Affiniti 70 is recommended:
  • The successor to the HD15
  • Same 21.5” LED monitor and 12” touchscreen as the Epiq series
  • Advanced workflow: iSCAN for B/C/D and 4D
  • Extremely light and quiet
  • SonoCT (Compounding), XRES (Speckle reduction) and Tissue Specific Preset
  • Probes: 3 single crystal PureWave (C9-2, C5-1, S5-1)
  • WideSCAN: expanded field of view during SonoCT imaging
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • 20 second sleep mode, transport mode with battery for 45 minutes
  • Auto Doppler flow optimization: color box position & angle, PW sample volume placement & angle
  • QLAB: Easy to use Vascular quantification tools (Embedded or PC based)
  • QLAB: IMT Measurement, and Vascular Plaque Quantification
  • QLAB: MVI MicroVascular Imaging
  • Full vascular measurement package and flexible report format
  • Economic vascular probe options (S4-2 & L12-4)
Philips Affiniti 70 Ultrasound System
Key reasons the GE Logiq S8 is recommended:
  • Feature set similar to the iE33 & Epiq 7, but more General Imaging oriented
  • 19″ LCD with a 9” tablet-like touchscreen for navigation
  • Raw Data Format: Ability to post process images after scanning
  • 4 active probe ports and 1 parking port
  • Probes: 2 xMATRIX (ML6-15, M5S-D) 2 Single Crystal XDClear (3SP-D, S1-5-D)
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • Outstanding workflow assistant tools
  • Compare assistant: compare current and previous images side-by-side
  • Measure assistant: automatic measurements that are easily edited or accepted
  • Scan assistant: customizable scanning program that decreases keystroke and shortens exams
  • B-Flow displaying great hemodynamics without the limitations of Doppler
  • Auto IMT & Auto calculations for streamlined vascular risk assessment studies
  • Real-time Auto Doppler Calculations
  • Full vascular measurement package
  • Automatic tissue optimization with SRI(Speckle reduction), CrossXBeam (Compound)
  • Amazing image quality
  • Easy-to-use automation tools
  • Highly portable and lightweight for this segment
  • Power assistance: move with system without a shutdown and boot-up cycle
GE Logiq S8 Ultrasound System
Key reasons the Philips HD15 is recommended:
  • Excellent image quality, technology & reliability have made the HD15 a best seller
  • Balance of clinical performance & practice efficiency in one system
  • Probe: 1 Single crystal Purewave (S5-2)
  • All probe types, especially vascular types with low to high frequency ranges
  • Amazing image quality with SonoCT realtime compounding imaging, XRES, and elevation compounding imaging with the X6-1 probe
  • Advanced workflow: iSCAN for B/C/D
  • QLAB: Easy to use Vascular quantification tools (Embedded or PC based)
  • QLAB: Auto IMT
  • Fine-tune exams with active native data
  • Full vascular measurement package
Philips HD15

The best midrange vascular ultrasound machines:

Recommended systems: Philips Affiniti 50, GE Vivid S6, Philips HD11xe, GE Logiq P6

Mid-range vascular ultrasound machines are meant to balance price and performance for doctors that need to do a large volume of exams with the option to do a few high-end studies or difficult patients. Midrange vascular ultrasound machines provide the perfect balance between price and performance and for this reason they are the highest selling, and often most well known by a brand. Hospitals, Imaging Centers, and most private practices will choose midrange ultrasound machines for vascular service.

This is the most competitive segment in vascular ultrasound, and all manufacturers have credible offerings, however both Philips and GE stand out above the rest and have for the past decade. Philips is best at cardiovascular applications while GE excels at shared service for medical professionals who might also use their ultrasound machine for GI and 4D applications.

Kpi recommends the Philips Affiniti 50, GE Vivid S6, Philips HD11xe and GE Logiq P6 as the best choices in the midrange vascular ultrasound market. This is a crowded segment, but the new Philips Affiniti 50 stands out because of it’s similarity to the new premium Epiq line as well as it’s lineage as the successor to the hugely popular HD11xe which is the top selling cardiovascular midrange ultrasound for the past decade. The Affiniti 50 has the same huge monitor, touchscreen, and battery power as the more expensive Epiq line, something unique in this segment. The HD11xe is no longer in production but will be supported for years to come and offers the best value, widest range of available transducers and a history of reliability. The GE Vivid S6 and Logiq P6 both are very good. The Logiq P6 offers the more shared service feature set while the Vivid S6 is cardiovascular focused. Both are smaller or lighter than the Philips units.

Midrange Varscular Ultrasound System

What to expect from a midrange vascular ultrasound machine:

  • Good to Excellent 2D & Doppler image quality
  • Perform all routine vascular exams though difficult patients may take longer
  • Cost effective platform balancing cost and performance
  • Usability and workflow good, but some limitation from sacrificing hardware
  • Advanced vascular tools: Automatic IMT measurements and or B-flow
  • Image optimization and auto measurement increase productivity & decrease user fatigue
  • Auto scanning protocol
  • Smart exam tools or automatically programmable protocols to increase efficiency
  • Dedicated vascular measurement package
  • Automatically adjusts color box position, angle, and PW sample volume placement & angle
  • Auto image optimization, auto color and auto Doppler
  • LCD monitor smaller than 20” with articulating arm
Key reasons the Philips Affiniti 50 is recommended:
  • The successor to the HD11xe
  • Most advanced hardware & architecture in the segment
  • Same 21.5” LED monitor and 12” touchscreen as the Epiq series
  • Tilt and swivel instead of articulating monitor arm
  • Advanced workflow: iSCAN for B/C/D and 4D
  • Extremely light and quiet
  • SonoCT: Real-time image compounding
  • XRES: eliminates virtually all speckle noise and enhances border definition
  • WideSCAN: expanded field of view during SonoCT imaging
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • 20 second sleep mode, transport mode with battery for 45 minutes
  • Auto Doppler flow optimization: color box position & angle, PW sample volume placement & angle
  • QLAB: Easy to use Vascular quantification tools (Embedded or PC based)
  • QLAB: IMT Measurement, and Vascular Plaque Quantification
  • QLAB: MVI MicroVascular Imaging
  • Full vascular measurement package and flexible report format
  • Economic vascular probe options (S4-2 & L12-4)
  • Less expensive transducer sets that the Affiniti 70
Philips Affiniti 50
Key reasons the GE Vivid S6 is recommended:
  • Based on GE’s TruScan architecture
  • Flat 17″ LCD monitor with limited tilt and swivel
  • B-Flow displaying great hemodynamics without the limitations of Doppler
  • ATO: Automatic Tissue Optimization
  • CTO: Continuous Tissue Optimization
  • Raw Data Format: Ability to post process images after scanning
  • Coded Harmonics: Good quality images even from difficult-to-image patients
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • Blood Flow Imaging: color Doppler with gray scale speckle imaging, for better delineation
  • IMT: Intima-Media Thickness
  • Full range of transducers for adult to pediatrics
  • Uninterruptible Power Supply for 10 minutes
GE_Vivid S6 Ultrasound System
Key reasons the Philips HD11XE is recommended:
  • The best selling & most recommended midrange cardiovascular system
  • 20” LCD monitor on fully articulating arm
  • All probe types, especially vascular types with low to high frequency ranges
  • SonoCT: Real-time image compounding
  • XRES: eliminates virtually all speckle noise and enhances border definition
  • Advanced workflow: iSCAN for B/C/D
  • IMT: Intima Media Thickness quantification
  • Full vascular measurement package
  • Huge range of different transducers for all application types
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • Balance of efficiency for everyday exams and performance for challenging exams
Philips HD11 XE Ultrasound System
Key reasons the GE Logiq P6 is recommended:
  • Proven, highly mobile and multipurpose with a wide range of applications
  • 17″ LCD monitor on a freely articulating arm
  • Raw Data Format: Ability to post process images after scanning
  • 3 active probe ports
  • High performance linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • Customizable report designer
  • Real-time Auto Doppler Calculations
  • Full vascular measurement package
  • Automatic tissue optimization for B/C/D
  • Excellent image quality with advanced SRI (Speckle reduction)
  • CrossXBeam: Compound imaging
  • 5 different linear probes with a wide frequency range
  • Hockey stick and intraoperative transducers
  • ViewPoint: Electronic reporting and image management
GE Logiq P6 premium Ultrasound System

The best economy vascular ultrasound machines:

Recommended systems: GE Vivid S5, GE Logiq P5 premium

Vascular ultrasound machines in the Economy segment are meant to provide basic vascular functions at the lowest possible price. Recommended ultrasound machines in this segment maintain higher than average image quality, reliability and a few midrange features and probes to stand above the crowd of cheap competitors. Economy does not have to mean cheap, which is important as many private practice physicians have learned after replacing an extremely cheap, inefficient and unreliable unit with a more premium economy ultrasound machine that costs a little more but quickly justifies that expense.

All the top ultrasound machine manufacturers have realized that the economy segment is where they are losing the most market share to new brands and have tried to become more competitive in their low priced models. GE has done this the best for the vascular market with economic systems that can feel midrange in everyday use.

Kpi recommends the GE Vivid S5, GE Logiq P5 premium as the best choices in the economy vascular ultrasound market. The Vivid S5 is a newer platform than the Logiq P5 premium and like all the Vivid line is cardiovascular focused. The Logiq P5 premium is an older platform but has a huge range of probe and application options that make it a very capable shared service ultrasound system.

Economy Varscular Ultrasound System

What to expect in the economy vascular ultrasound category:

  • Good to Acceptable 2D & Doppler image quality
  • Image quality for basic vascular exams like carotid, peripheral, and deep vein
  • Usability and speed can be hampered by lower feature & hardware sets
  • Auto IMT: follow up chronic arterial diseases
  • Basic image optimization and auto measurement increase exam speed
  • Auto scanning protocol
  • Time-saving smart exam tools or automatically programmable protocol
  • Dedicated vascular measurement package
  • Auto image optimization, auto color and auto Doppler are rare in this segment
  • A 15″ LCD monitor is the most common
  • Articulating monitor arms are rare in this segment
Key reasons the GE Logiq P6 is recommended:
  • Proven, highly mobile and multipurpose with a wide range of applications
  • 15″ LCD monitor with a fully articulating arm
  • 3 active probe ports
  • More transducer types than any other system in this price level
  • Acceptable linear transducers and hockey-stick probe for operations
  • Customizable report designer
  • Real-time Auto Doppler Calculations
  • Full vascular measurement package
  • Automatic optimization for B/C/D
  • Excellent image quality with advanced SRI (Speckle reduction)
  • CrossXBeam: Compound imaging
  • ViewPoint: Electronic reporting and image management
  • Front and rear handle, probe cable hanger, endocavitary probe holder
  • Auto IMT and B-Flow, both unique at this price level
  • Write/Read/Pan Zoom
GE Logiq P6 premium Ultrasound System

The best portable vascular ultrasound machines:

Recommended systems: Philips CX50, GE Vivid-q, GE Vivid-i, GE Logiq e

Portable vascular ultrasound machines put the power of a traditional console into the size of a large laptop. This allows for use in locations with very little free space, for ease in moving from room to room, but also between facilities. Portables can also use their batteries to function outdoors for screenings or in emergency settings where consoles could not go. Portables range in price and power between high-end down to economy, but typically cost less than a similar console sized unit in the same category. Their downsides include a smaller screen and typically only one transducer port.

GE has more portable ultrasound models than any other brand and it is no coincidence that these are all top-selling portable ultrasound machines. Philips has a much smaller lineup but does offer the most advanced portable ultrasound currently available with both xMatrix and Single crystal probes available to it.

Kpi recommends the Philips CX50, the GE Vivid-q, GE Vivid-i, and GE Logiq-e as the best choices in the portable vascular ultrasound market. The CX50 and the Vivid-q represent the high-end segment, while the Vivid-I fits in the midrange and the GE Logiq-e is in the economy category for portable ultrasound. The CX50 is a amazing shared service ultrasound capable of anything except 4D for OB/GYN. The Vivid q and Vivid i are both cardiovascular in focus, while the Logiq e is shared service without 4D just like the CX50. The main difference between the Vivid-i and Vivid-q is the quantification package of software, and the availability of an xMatrix cardiac probe for the more expensive Vivid-q.

Portable Varscular Ultrasound System

What to expect from an portable vascular ultrasound machine:

  • Amazing to Good 2D & Doppler image quality
  • Lighter units with longer lasting batteries have the advantage
  • Up to date system architecture
  • The larger the selection of probes the better (especially linear)
  • Advanced vascular tools: Automatic IMT measurements and B-flow
  • Cover all vascular applications: operating room, emergency, and neurology
  • Compact size makes it perfect for operating room or small exam rooms
  • Image optimization and auto measurement to save time & decrease fatigue
  • Automatic scanning protocol
  • Smart exam tools or auto programmable protocol to increase efficiency and improve exam speed
  • Dedicated measurement package and flexible report format
  • Automatically adjusts color box position and angle, and PW sample volume placement and angle
  • Technology migration is common from the premium & high-end segments
  • Automation & simple workflow is important for “punkability” in a portable
  • Auto image optimization, auto color and auto Doppler to increase efficiency
  • 15″ LCD monitor
Key reasons the Philips CX50 is recommended:
  • Premium imaging performance at a high-end price
  • iSCAN: Image Auto Optimization for B/D
  • Excellent image quality from SonoCT real-time image compounding
  • Advanced XRES: eliminates virtually all speckle noise & enhances border definition
  • AutoSCAN continuously optimizes the image based on brightness and TGC
  • Probes: 1 xMatrix (X7-2t), 3 Single Crystal PureWave (C3-10v, C5-1, S5-1)
  • High performance linear transducer sets and hockey stick probe for operation room
  • Optional cart can connect up to three transducers at once
  • Intelligent Doppler – Automatically maintains pre-selected 0/60° flow angle
  • Active native data: allows manipulation of raw image data
  • QLAB: Easy to use Vascular quantification tools (Embedded or PC based)
  • QLAB: IMT Measurement
  • QLAB: MVI MicroVascular Imaging
  • SmartExam system-guided protocol
  • Live Compare: allows recall of current or previous exam image data for direct side-by-side comparison
  • Full vascular measurement package and flexible report format
  • Needle visualization
  • Active native data: Fine-tune exams during or after scanning
Philips CX50
Key reasons the GE Vivid q is recommended:
  • Good to Excellent vascular performance
  • GE TruScan architecture for raw image quality
  • Automatic tissue optimization in grayscale only
  • Tissue Synchronization Imaging
  • Excellent image quality from probes sufficient for adult vascular scans
  • Advanced quantification, and streamlined workflow
  • ICE AcuNav for interventional echo
  • Parametric imaging and quantitative tools allowing in-depth analysis
  • One touch image optimization
  • 1 single crystal probe: M4S-RS
  • AFI (Automated Function Imaging) Speckle tracking strain tool
  • ECHOPAC software and network solutions
  • Ultra Definition speckle reduction and multi-angle spatial compounding
  • Automated quantification helps to provide efficient workflow
  • Automatic IMT measurement
  • B-Flow displaying great hemodynamics without the limitations of Doppler
  • Blood Flow Imaging: color Doppler + grayscale speckle imaging for better delineation
  • Raw Data Storage with advanced post-processing capabilities
GE Vivid q
Key reasons the GE Vivid i is recommended:
  • Good to acceptable cardiac performance
  • GE TruScan architecture for raw image quality
  • ICE AcuNav for interventional echo
  • Automatic tissue optimization for grayscale only
  • Excellent image quality from probes sufficient for adult vascular scans
  • B-Flow displaying great hemodynamics without the limitations of Doppler
  • Blood Flow Imaging: color Doppler + grayscale speckle imaging for better delineation
  • Tissue Synchronization Imaging
  • Full range of transducers for adult to pediatric scans
  • Excellent image quality, advanced quantification, and streamlined workflow
  • Competitive advantage of ICE for interventional echo
  • Parametric imaging and quantitative tools allowing in-depth analysis
  • Automated quantification helps to provide efficient workflow
  • Auto EF: automated, speckle-tracking ROI to access LV ejection fraction
  • One touch image optimization
  • Automatic IMT measurement
  • Raw Data Storage with advanced post-processing capabilities
GE Vivid i
Key reasons the GE Logiq e is recommended:
  • The most popular economy portable ultrasound machine
  • Optional cart with 3 probe connectors
  • Wide range of transducers, more than any other in the economy segment
  • Linear transducers, hockey-stick, intraoperative, & high frequency linear
  • Dedicated measurement for PoC applications
  • Raw data
  • Full vascular measurement package
  • Automatic optimization for B/C/D
  • Auto focus and auto frequency which increase probe “plunkability”
  • Good image quality with SRI (Speckle reduction)
  • CrossXBeam: Compound imaging
  • Semi-automated IMT measurement
  • eSmart Trainer: shows basic scanning techniques for beginning practitioners
  • Battery provides 1 hour of scanning time
GE Logiq e Portable Ultrasound System

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