GE Vivid S60 Three Quarter Left Side

GE Vivid S60 Ultrasound Machine


The GE Vivid S60 is a full featured premium mid end cardiovacular ultrasound machine designed for replacing the Vivid S6 or Vivid S5 with advanced architecture, cSound, outstanding image quality, and robust set of cardiac features. The GE Vivid S60 uses the hardware and software architecture of the GE Vivid S70, but it defeatured M5Sc-D XDClear probe and 4D TEE option for having the better price position. The GE Vivid S60 improve its ergonomics and intuitiveness via offering a 19″ wide HD LCD display and 12″ wide multi-touch LCD screen. The GE Vivid S60’s compact size and light weight, combined with battery backup for standby, enables easy transportation and promotes scanning at the patient site. The GE Vivid S60 delivers outstanding imaging performance along with up-to-dated XDClear probe series.
The GE Vivid S60 is designed for mainly cardiovascular application, but it also supports adult cardiac, stress echo, abdominal, peripheral vascular, fetal heart, pediatrics, neonatal cephalic, adult cephalic, small parts, thyroid, musculoskeletal, urology, rodent, transesophageal, OB/GYN, coronary, LVO contrast, and nerves.

GE Vivid S60 Price:
Premium / High-end /
 Midrange
/ Economy
Condition:
Remanufactured, Refurbished
Availability:
In stock
Warranty:
Warranty: Limited warranty standard, extended warranty available.

Overview

GE Vivid S60 Dimensions and Weight:

• Width: 54 cm, 21.4″
• Depth: 76 cm, 30.2″
• Height: 138 cm – 168 cm, 54.4″ – 66.7″
• Minimum height with folded screen: 112 cm, 44.4″
• Weight: <73 kg, 161 lbs

 

GE Vivid S60 Specifications:

• Infinite number of effective channels
• Minimum field-of-view range (depth): 0 – 2 cm (zoom) (probe dependent)
• Maximum field-of-view range (depth): 0 – 36 cm (probe dependent)
• Width range: 10 – 120 degrees
• Continuous dynamic receive focus/ continuous dynamic receive aperture
• Continuous dynamic transmit focus
• Adjustable dynamic range, infinite upper level

 

GE Vivid S60 Electrical power:

• Nominal input voltage: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
• Rated power consumption: 500 VA

 

Review

GE Vivid S60 Review:

The GE Vivid S70 and Vivid S60 are GE’s new cardiovascular systems that cover the wide range of price points from premium mid range to high end cardiac application, meeting long-term customer’s requirements from GE Vivid S6 and Vivid S5 for last a decate. The GE Vivid S70 and Vivid S60 are empowered by GE’s new cSound software beamformer and image reconstuction platform. However, the GE Vivid S60 does not support a XDClear transducer like the GE Vivid S70 or Vivid E series. The major difference of GE Vivid S70 and GE Vivid S60 is that the GE Vivid S70 supports 4D TEE and XDClear technology. If a physician considers to have high end 2D and Doppler image quality and not to have premium features, then the GE Vivid S60 could be a good option. Its 19″ monitor seems a bit small compared to competitor’s system like Affiniti series with 21.5″ wide LCD monitor. However, the larger 12″ LCD touch screen will give support for a more comfortable and efficient workflow to a user. The bigger weak point of Vivid S70 and Vivid S60 is a narrow rage of transducers, esecially there is only one linear option, 9L-D. A couple of linear including an intraoperative probe must be added soon. If 4D TEE is not a reason to buy a high end cardiac system, then, the GE Vivid S60 or factory refurbished GE Vivid E9 can be an option too.

 

Probes

GE Vivid S60 Probes/Transducers:

Cardiac Sector Probe
3Sc-RS[1.3 – 4.5MHz]
6S-D [2.4 – 8.0MHz]
12S-D [4.0 – 12.0MHz

 

Linear Probe
9L-D [2.4 – 10.0MHz]

 

Convex Probe
C1-6-D [1.5 – 6.0MHz]

 

Non-imaging Doppler Probe
P2D [2 MHz]

 

Audult TEE Probe
6Tc-RS [3.0 – 8.0MHz]

 

Pediatric TEE Probe
9T-RS [3.0 – 10.0MHz]

 

Volume TEE Probe
6VT-D [3.0 – 8.0MHz]

 

Features

GE Vivid S60 Features:

• 19″ wide screen High-Definition (HD) flicker-free LCD display
• 12″ ultra-high-resolution, multi-touch LCD wide screen
• 4 active probe ports and one CW port
• ECG port
• Integrated HDD
• Multiple USB ports (front/back)
• Integrated DVD-R multi drive (optional )
• On-board storage for B/W thermal printer
• Integrated speakers for premium sound
• Four swivel wheels – front wheel breaks, rear wheels direction lock
• Integrated cable management
• Easily accessible removable air filters for cleaning
• Front and rear handles
• Side storage trays
• Hand rest
• Automatic Optimization
• CrossXBeam
• Speckle Reduction Imaging (SRI-HD)
• Coded phase inversion
• Tissue velocity M-mode
• Continuous wave Doppler
• Tissue M-mode
• Pulsed wave Doppler
• Anatomical M-mode
• Curved anatomical M-mode
• Tissue velocity imaging
• Tissue velocity Doppler
• B-flow
• Raw Data Analysis
• Real-time automatic Doppler calcs
• Tissue Tracking Mode
• Extended field-of-view (LOGIQView)
• LVO Contrast

 

Accessories

GE Vivid S60 Peripheral Options:

• Sony Digital UP-D711 Termal Printer
• Sony Fixture Kit for Digital UP-D711 Thermal Printer
• Sony Digital UP-D25 Color Thermal Printer
• Sony Digital UP-D897 BW Thermal Printer
• Mitsubishi P93W/E Thermal Printer
• Mitsubishi P95DW Thermal Printer
• USB B/W video printer with control from system
• External USB printer connection
• 16 GB encrypted memory stick
• Three-pedal configurable footswitch
• DVI-I
• Ethernet – 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, 1 Gbps
• Multiple USB 2.0 ports
• RS-DLP Probe Adapter for TEE Probe
• Integrated gel holders
• ECG + AHA/IEC® Cables

 

GE Vivid S60 Supplies:

• Aquasonic ultrasound gel
• Sono ultrasound wipes
• Sony UPP-110HG thermal printing paper
• Sony UPC-21L color thermal printing pack
• Mitsubishi KP95HG thermal roll paper (new)
• Mitsubishi KP65HM-CE High density thermal paper

 

GE Vivid S60 ports:

• DVI-I
• Ethernet – 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, 1 Gbps
• Multiple USB 2.0 ports

 

GE Vivid S60 image storage:

• On-board database of patient information from past exams
• Storage formats:

– DICOM®-compressed or uncompressed, single/multi-frame, with/without raw data, storage via clipboard and/or seamlessly directly to destination device

– Transfer/ “Save As” JPEG, MPEG, AVI, DICOM, Raw DICOM and VolDicom formats

• Storage devices:

– USB memory stick: 16 GB

– CD-RW storage: 700 MB (DVD option required)

– DVD storage: -R (4.7 GB) (DVD option required)

– Hard drive image storage: 0.5 TB

• Compare old images with current exam
• Reload of archived data sets
• Activation control of USB devices

 

Options

GE Vivid S60 Options:

• Tissue synchronization imaging
• Intima Media Thickness (IMT)
• CW Doppler
• Strain/Strain Rate Mode (option, enabled by Advanced QScan)
• Tissue Synchronization Imaging Mode (option, enabled by Advanced QScan)
• B-flow
• 2D stress
• Auto EF
• Automated Function Imaging (AFI)
• Automated Ejection-Fraction Calculation (AutoEF)
• Contrast Low MI(Research only)
• Z-Scores
• Quantitative Analysis Package (Q-Analysis)
• EchoPAC™/Patient Archive
• Insite™ Express Connection (ExC) Enables Remote Service and Training

 

Applications

GE Vivid S60 Applications:

• Cardiac
• Stress (optional )
• Abdominal
• Peripheral vascular
• Fetal heart
• Pediatrics
• Neonatal cephalic
• Adult cephalic
• Small parts
• Thyroid
• Musculoskeletal
• Urology
• Rodent (optional )
• Transesophageal
• OB/GYN
• Coronary
• LVO contrast (optional )
• Nerves

 

FAQs

GE Vivid S60 FAQs:

§ Auto Optimization is a one-touch image optimization function that a user to optimize the image based on the actual B-mode image or Pulse wave Doppler data. The function works based on preset levels (Low, Medium, and High) and allows user to pick a preference for the contrast enhancement in the resulting image. Low does the least amount of contrast enhancement, high does the most. Auto Optimization is available in single or multi image, on live, frozen or CINE images (in B-Mode only), while in zoom, and in Spectral Doppler. Auto Optimization in PW Doppler Mode optimizes the spectral data. Auto adjusts the Velocity Scale (live imaging only), baseline shift, dynamic range, and invert (if preset). Upon deactivation, the spectrum is still optimized.

 

§ B-Flow utilizes gray scale imaging to visualize a blood flow with different gray intensities according to the reflectors speed and hemodynamics. B-Flow is less dependency on the user or scanning angle, but Color Doppler heavily dependent on scanning angle, and also provides higher frame rate and spatial resolution than Color Flow. B-Flow may help visualize vessel-wall irregularities, kidney perfusion, liver and spleen vasculature, and bladder reflux or jets.

 

§ Anatomical M-Mode helps improve accuracy of arrhythmia assessments and cardiac measurements. It enables to provide M Mode images truly perpendicular to ventricular septum.

 

§ Virtual Apex provides wider FOV in the nearfield. Available on sector probes

 

§ Raw Data is a software tool that enables image processing, quick data re-acquisition, and image analysis with same resolution and same frame rates of original images. Raw Data helps shorten exam duration, improves clinical work flow by post-processing, and reduces a time to put probe on a patient.

 

§ Auto IMT automates measurement of intima-media thickness of vessel. Auto IMT helps keep tracking atherosclerosis diseases from the early stage as it is developed.

 

§ Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI) is myocardial Doppler Imaging with color overlay on tissue image available on the sector probes. Tissue color overlay can be removed to show just the 2D image, still retaining the tissue velocity information. Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI) is an ultrasound based technique used for quantitative analysis of the cardiac function and has earlier been evaluated according to myocardial velocities. The technique is the same as for Doppler echocardiography, measuring flow velocities. Tissue signals however, have higher amplitude and lower velocities, and the signals are extracted by using different filter and gain settings.

 

§ TSI (Tissue Synchronization Imaging) is a parametric imaging tool derived from Tissue Velocity Imaging(TVI), which portrays regional asynchrony on 2D echocardiographic pictures by transforming the timing of regional peak velocity during the ejection phase into color codes and overlying the moving myocardium. This allows immediate visual identification of a regional delay in systole while a quick quantitative measurement of regional delay can be taken.

 

§ Strain and Strain Rate are for evaluation of regional myocardial function. Assessing synchronicity and guidance during biventricular pacing procedures. Strain and Strain Rate utilizes the TVI mode. Strain calculates and color-codes the extent of tissue deformation (lengthening or shortening) relative to the original size over a given time interval, typically the systole. Strain rate calculates and color-codes the deformation per unit time i.e the speed at which the tissue deformation occurs. Strain rate is calculated as the spatial gradient of velocity data.

 

§ Auto EF is the function that automatically measure LV ejection fraction. Along with the Automated Function Imaging (AFI) feature, Auto EF maximizes time efficiency by the reproducible quantitative output that increases physician’s diagnostic confidence.

 

§ Automated Function Imaging (AFI) is a decision support tool for regional and global assessment of the LV systolic function. AFI is a tool derived from 2D Strain, which calculates the myocardial tissue deformation based on feature tracking on 2D grey scale loops.

 

§ Left Ventricular Contrast imaging: The LV Contrast and LVO Stress applications are optimized for endocardial border detection and assessment of wall motion and wall thickening.

 

§ Contrast Low MI: enables real-time imaging using a MI low enough to generate little tissue signal whilst generating sufficient signal from microbubbles. This allows continuous imaging as the low MI avoids significant bubble destruction. Microbubbles can be intentionally destroyed by a flash of high MI ultrasound pulses and contrast replenishment is then observed to allow qualitative and quantitative assessment of the myocardium utilizing a contrast agent.

 

§ Quantitative analysis (Q Analysis) software package is designed for analysis of TVI related (Tissue Tracking, Strain, Strain rate, TSI) and Contrast related raw data. Q Analysis traces for velocity or derived Parameters inside defined regions of interest as function of time

 

Additional Information

Brands

GE Healthcare

Applications

Cardiology, Shared Service, Women’s Health, EM & Critical Care

Grades

Midrange

GE Vivid S60 Ultrasound Machine
GE Vivid S60 Three Quarter Left Side

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