EPIQ 7 features our most powerful architecture ever applied to ultrasound imaging – touching all aspects of acoustic acquisition and processing, allowing you to truly experience ultrasound’s evolution to a more definitive modality. EPIQ 7 is supported by our family of proprietary xMATRIX transducers and our leading-edge Anatomical Intelligence.
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An imaging revelation
Combining unprecedented 2D and 3D image quality in the same transducer and a host of easy-to-use quantification, clinical performance, and information management tools, the new iE33 xMATRIX echo system addresses the clinical needs of managing patients with cardiac disease, including heart failure, valvular disease, and congenital heart disease.
Diagnostic echo with CX50 xMATRIX
Philips CX30 CompactXteme ultrasound system goes wherever you need it, bringing ultrasound excellence to the bedside and beyond. A fully-featured system in a compact package, it combines portability with utility to fit almost any clinical situation.
Philips HD15 PureWave ultrasound system is the go-to ultrasound system for clinicians looking to efficiently manage a large daily patient load.
HD15 PureWave delivers a wealth of advanced diagnostic tools to streamline routine exams. Plus it produces superb images to help you confidently diagnose even your most technically challenging patients.
The Philips iU22 xMATRIX ultrasound system is premium performance ultrasound like you’ve never seen before. Unique xMATRIX technology on the X6-1 PureWave transducer delivers crisp, high-resolution images of even technically challenging patients.
Your patients rely on you to offer the high-quality care possible. Now, there’s an ultrasound system that works just as hard as you do. Philips HD5 is a full-feature color ultrasound that offers exceptional image quality and a wide range of capabilities – all at an affordable price. Backed by outstanding service and customer care, HD5 is the right choice for any office, clinic or hospital that demands high value.
The Philips ClearVue 650 ultrasound system is as versatile as it is elegant. Use it in a variety of settings for many types of exams and you’ll see that within its smooth graceful lines lies an even greater treasure — best-in-class image quality and intuitive operation that sets it apart from other ultrasound systems. In addition to superb clarity in 2D imaging, you’ll also find that it’s 3D/4D imaging made easy, with advanced women’s health care features that provide quality and insight. That’s the beauty of ClearVue 650.
One look at the Philips ClearVue 550 ultrasound system and you’ll see the smooth, graceful lines and elegant design that show this is a new Philips quality imaging system. The versatile ClearVue 550 with Active Array technology offers image quality designed to enhance diagnostic confidence, features that are sophisticated enough to be simple, and advances in ease of use and reliability.
Tomography is imaging by sections. A device used in tomography is called a tomograph, while the image produced is a tomogram. This method is used in medicine, archeology, biology, geophysics, oceanography, materials science and other sciences. In most cases is based on a mathematical procedure called tomographic reconstruction. The most modern variations of tomography involve the projection of data from multiple directions and sending this data to create a tomographic reconstruction from a software algorithm processed by computer. Different types of acquisition of signals can be used in similar calculation algorithms, to create a tomographic image. Currently, the scans are obtained using different physical phenomena, such as X rays, gamma rays, electron-positron annihilation - reaction, MRI, Ultrasound, ions and electrons.