The Philips Epiq 7 is the top-of-the-line shared service ultrasound machine from Philips. It offers xMatrix and Purewave single crystal probes, a compact and lightweight design and superior ergonomics and workflow. The Epiq 7 replaces the older Philips iE33 but is shared service rather than only cardiovascular. All the Epiq and Affiniti ultrasound machines look visually very similar and use the same monitor and huge tablet like touchscreen for navigation.
The GE Voluson E10 is a premium 4D OB/GYN ultrasound machine. The Voluson E10 supersedes but does not replace the lower-priced GE Voluson E8. The Voluson E10 offers four times the processing power of the Voluson E8, plus a larger screen, more sophisticated beam formation, and newer rendering technologies. The E10’s exceptional processing power and speed mean faster render times and smoother frame rates so that the HD live is crisp and realistic. The Voluson E10 price ranges from $47,000 up to $51,000, on average, depending on the revision (BT), condition, age, amount of use, as well as the probes included. Ultrasound Supply, a Probo Medical company, is a leading supplier of refurbished GE Voluson E10 ultrasound machines in North America and internationally. See below for pricing details, or contact us about Voluson E10 rentals. Scroll below to view more of the Voluson E10’s specifications and main features.
The Philips Affiniti 70 is a high-end shared-service ultrasound machine that was developed in 2014 based on the premium EPIQ 7. The Affiniti 70 looks nearly identical to the EPIQ 7 and EPIQ 5 and offers many of the same features, including single crystal PureWave transducers. The Philips Affiniti 70 also has many of the same technologies as the EPIQ series ultrasounds, including the QLAB onboard quantification set and ShareWave elastography. A unique feature of the Affiniti 70 is that it offers ShearWave. As a shared service ultrasound machine, the Affiniti 70 excels at cardiology as well as women’s health, vascular and radiology ultrasound applications. Philips ultrasounds are most well known for their cardiac imaging superiority, but the Philips Affiniti 70 also features high image quality for its price level. An alternative system at a lower price point is the Affiniti 50, although only the Affiniti 70 has the PureWave transducers and ShearWave Elastography. Scroll below for additional details and specifications on the Affiniti 70, or contact us today for more information.
The GE Voluson S10 is a high-end and full-featured ultrasound system designed for general radiography use and specialized for OB/GYN with particular features for realtime 3D/4D acquisition. The GE Voluson S10 is developed based on Voluson S series platform; however, it has migrated design and technologies from Voluson E series. Due to the new release, the GE Voluson S10 does not support various transducers like GE Voluson E6 or E8. In terms of features, the GE Voluson S10 has been integrated similar options, especially for 3D/4D applications and user inferface — 23″ LCD monitor, GE Voluson family looking control panel, and 10.1″ colorful touchscreen. The body design of Voluson S10 is similar to Voluson S series. Transducers are connected by a micro-connector like Voluson S series. The GE Voluson S10 is also designed to cover Fetal/OB, abdominal, pediatric, small organ, neonatal and adult cephalic, adult and pediatric cardiac, peripheral vascular, MSK, superficial, transrectral, and transvaginal.
The Philips CX50 is a shared service ultrasound machine largely used in radiology and OB/GYN practices for cardiovascular applications. The CX50 launched in 2009 as the first Philips portable ultrasound and soon became recognized as one of the most advanced portable systems in the world. The Philips CX50 continues to this day to be one of the only premium portable ultrasounds that supports both PureWave single crystal and xMatrix transducers. The only major imaging capability the CX50 doesn’t have is 4D imaging for OB/GYN applications. However, the CX50 can offer 4D imaging for cardiac applications using an X7-2t xMatrix probe. The compact size of the CX50 means it fits well in surgical, emergency, and point-of-care practices where space is tight and mobility is important. All versions of the CX50 except the initial A.0 revision are stable and reliable. In terms of the average price, a refurbished Philips CX50 ultrasound costs between $27,000 and $42,000, depending on its age, degree of past use, optional features, and whether it comes with transducers. If you are looking for a powerful portable ultrasound with high-quality imaging and advanced features built-in, then the Philips CX50 is worth considering. Scroll below for more information about the CX50’s capabilities and specifications, or contact Ultrasound Supply to purchase this ultrasound.
The GE Voluson E8 is a premium women’s health 4D ultrasound machine. GE’s breakthrough technology for the Voluson E8 was HDlive, a revision with high-resolution 4D imaging introduced in 2012 and a standard feature with the Voluson E8 BT12 and newer revisions. The Voluson E8 was considered GE’s top-of-the-line ultrasound system until the Voluson E10 was released in 2014. The Voluson E8 is also considered as one of the best-selling 4D ultrasound machines in the world even though it is in a higher price range than some of its competitors. The average price for a GE Voluson E8 is from $22,000 to $37,000 for a refurbished system, depending on its age, condition, amount of use, and revision, as well as the types of probes that come with it. Like other Voluson ultrasound systems, the Voluson E8 is designed for women’s health applications, including obstetrics, gynecology, and fertility. Secondary applications include general imaging, adult and pediatric cardiology, and neonatal cardiology. Physicians who are looking for shared service capabilities from a GE ultrasound, meanwhile, may consider the GE Logiq E9 instead. The Voluson E8 is furthermore considered a leading ultrasound for providing 4D imaging in a variety of clinical situations. It even offers a rare 4D linear probe and a 4D neonatal cardiac probe. Contact Ultrasound Supply, a Probo Medical company, for more information about Voluson E8 pricing and availability, or scroll below for more information about the Voluson E8’s specifications and features.
The GE Logiq P9 is a mid-range ultrasound system. It can serve as a replacement for the Logiq P6. GE introduced its Logiq P9 as a full-featured, multi-purpose diagnostic ultrasound. The GE Logiq P9 is suitable for medical clinicians who want consistent image quality, comprehensive application coverage, and ease of use that enables timely, confident decisions. The average price range for a refurbished GE Logiq P9 is between $19,000 and $29,000, depending on the system’s age and condition, the nature of its past use, and whether any transducers are included. Scroll down for more information about the Logiq P9, including specifications, reviews, and compatible probes. Or contact Ultrasound Supply today to purchase this ultrasound machine.
The GE Voluson P8 is an entry-level ultrasound system for women’s healthcare applications. Its automated functions allow physicians in busy practices to maintain high-quality imaging while reducing the time needed to conduct, analyze, and report on exams. The consensus of the GE Voluson P8 is an affordable ultrasound for any medical professional who wants to experience the power of a GE Voluson system for clinical applications. Even though the GE Volsuon P8 system is at a lower price point, it supports in-depth imaging features, such as 3D/4D and HDlive. In refurbished condition, Voluson P8 prices range from about $16,000 to $26,000, depending on the condition, age, iteration (BT15/BT16), degree of use, and what transducers come with the system. Scroll down for more details about GE Voluson P8 features, specifications, and reviews. Contact Ultrasound Supply, a Probo Medical company and a leading seller of refurbished GE Voluson ultrasounds, for more information.
The GE Logiq E9 is a premium shared service ultrasound machine capable of top-of-the-line women’s health and 4D imaging along with clear imaging for radiology, cardiac, and vascular applications. GE’s breakthrough technology with the Logiq E9 is XDclear, an imaging technology that uses advanced transducers with a single crystal, acoustic amplification, and cooling technology to improve image quality, especially at deeper penetration when image quality typically fades. For even higher imaging quality, consider a GE Logiq E9 with XDclear 2.0, which is GE’s full-featured system for general-purpose diagnostic ultrasounds.
The GE healthcare Logiq E9 is suitable for a multi-application clinic. Compared to other GE models like the GE Vivid line, which specializes in cardiovascular applications, and the GE Voluson line, which is focused on women’s health and 4D, the GE Logiq E9 can do both of these applications as well as radiology and general imaging. Conversely, medical professionals who plan to use the Logiq E9 system exclusively for one or two applications may instead consider the GE Voluson E8 for OB/GYN and 4D applications or the GE Vivid E9 for cardiac applications. The Logiq E9 has been in production since 2009 and is both stable and reliable, even in older versions dating back to BT11 (also known as R3 or revision 3). The starting price for a refurbished GE Logiq E9 is about $16,500 but could be as high as $26,500 depending on its condition, age, features, degree of use, and whether it comes with transducers, which could raise the starting price to about $19,000. Scroll down for more information about the Logiq E9, including specs and clinical image examples. Or contact Ultrasound Supply, a Probo Medical Company, for more information.
The GE Voluson S8 is a high-end women’s health 4D ultrasound machine. Its price range and features are in-between the Voluson E8 and the Voluson S6, and the avearage cost of a Voluson S8 ultrasound is between $16,000 and $26,000, depending on the probes it includes, the system’s age and condition, as well as optimal features like HDLive. While the Voluson S8 looks identical to the Voluson S6, and the two systems even use most of the same transducers, the Voluson S8 offers about twice as many channels. This produces a significant advantage in image quality. The Voluson S8 uses the same cost-effective RS transducers as the GE Voluson i portable ultrasound and offers nearly the same imaging quality as the Voluson E8, but at a lower price and with a much smaller and lighter construction. Like other GE Voluson Series ultrasounds, the Voluson S8 is designed for women’s health applications, especially obstetrics, gynecology, and fertility. Secondary applications include general imaging, adult and pediatric cardiology, and neonatal cardiology. However, if you’re looking for shared service capabilities, you should consider the GE Logiq S8 instead. Browse below to learn more about the GE Voluson S8 ultrasound, or contact us today to discuss purchasing this system.
The GE Voluson S6 is a midrange 4D OB/GYN ultrasound machine that shares some transducers with the Voluson-i portable. It is the replacement for the Voluson 730 pro and is much smaller and lighter than any other Voluson console. This together with a battery allow it to easily be wheeled from room to room without rebooting. The Voluson S6 is a lower priced version of the Voluson S8 with less features and probes, but the two look nearly identical. On average, a refurbished GE Voluson S6 costs between $15,000 and $40,000, depending on the transducers included as well as the age, condition, and history of use of the system but our systems start at $15,000.
The Mindray M7 is the best selling compact system from Mindray. This system break a bias of Chinese ultrasound systems with great performance, rich feature sets, and available on wide range of applications with numerous transducers. M turbo and Logiq e were chosen due to the brand awareness and a long history; however, with an excellent 2D image quality and color sensitivity including unique 3/4D function in this grade, it became globally a popular compact system.
The Philips HD11xe is an extremely popular midrange ultrasound machine that dominated sales in the shared service segment for nearly a decade. The HD11xe balances price and performance perfectly while still giving access to high-end features such as 4D and TEE. The HD11xe had more transducer options than any other midrange and even more than many high-end ultrasound machines. The HD11xe is the replacement for the HD11 and adds an LCD monitor on an articulating arm and software upgrades such as Qlab. The HD11xe is still in high demand after it has gone out of production and offers an amazing value as a refurbished or remanufactured system. the HD11xe was replaced by the Affiniti 50.
The Canon Aplio 300 is a high-performance system that is based on the same platform as the other systems in Canon’s flagship Aplio Platinum series. The Canon Aplio 300 is designed to support a full range of applications and can be used as a general-purpose system or a specialized system, depending on the installed software. The Canon Aplio 300 Platinum with Canon’s well-known extensive selection of transducers supports a wide range of clinical applications including fetal, abdominal, intra-operative (abdominal), pediatric, small organs, trans-vaginal, trans-rectal, neonatal cephalic, adult cephalic, cardiac (both adult and pediatric), peripheral vascular, transesophageal, and musculo-skeletal (both conventional and superficial).
The Canon Aplio 300 Platinum has the very basic configuration among the Aplio Platinum series. Thanks to using the same platform, the Canon Aplio 300 has no limit to upgrade to the Aplio 400 Platinum and the Aplio 500. The standard package of the Canon Aplio 300 are as follows: 17-inch or 19-inch LCD monitor, DVD/CD drive, ApliPureTM, Quick Scan, TDI, QSP, HPRF, and DICOM Media Storage.
The Canon Aplio Platinum series were the top line products series before Canon launched the new Aplio i series in 2016. The Canon Aplio Platinum series share the same system architecture; therefore, all options could be used to the Aplio 300, 400, and 500. The user selectable key options are as follows: 4D for motor driven volume transducers and TEE transducer, Battery Kit, Smart Fusion, Smart Navigation Sensor, Smart Navigation, Wireless LAN, Stress Echo, 2D Wall Motion Tracking, CHI(Contrast Harmonic Imaging), CHI-Q, Parametric MFI, 4D STIC, Luminance, Fly Thru, Protocol Assistant, Super Micro Vascular Imaging (SMI), MicroPure, Elastography-FLR, Elastography, Shear Wave, Panoramic View, Vascular Index, Auto NT, and 1.5D Transducer support kit.
Apart from those all selectable options, the Canon Aplio Platinum series support total 47 transducers including sector, convex, 4D volume, linear, micro convex, TEE, and Pencil transducers. Among those 47 transducers, the Canon Aplio Platinum series support about 10 different intra-operative and biopsy enhancement transducers that improve clinical productivity in interventional Radiology.
The Canon Aplio 400 is a high-end system that is based on the same platform as the Aplio 500, the top model in Canon’s flagship Aplio Platinum series before the Aplio I series launched in 2016. The Canon Aplio 400 is designed to support a full range of applications and can be used as a general-purpose system or a specialized system, depending on the installed software. The Canon Aplio 400 Platinum with Canon’s well-known extensive selection of transducers supports a wide range of clinical applications including fetal, abdominal, intra-operative (abdominal), pediatric, small organs, trans-vaginal, trans-rectal, neonatal cephalic, adult cephalic, cardiac (both adult and pediatric), peripheral vascular, transesophageal, and musculo-skeletal (both conventional and superficial).
The Canon Aplio 400 Platinum has removed three of the upgradable options, Smart 3D, Speckle Reduction and Tissue Specific Optimization, from the Canon Aplio 500 Platinum. The standard package of the Canon Aplio 400 are as follows: 19-inch LCD monitor, DVD/CD drive, Precision imaging, Tissue Enhancement, Differential-THI, ApliPure+, Trapezoid Scan, Quick Scan, TDI, QSP, HPRF, Advanced Dynamic FlowTM(ADF), and DICOM Media Storage.
The Canon Aplio Platinum series was the top line products series before Canon launched the new Aplio i series in 2016. The Canon Aplio Platinum series share the same system architecture; therefore, all options could be used on the Aplio 300, 400, and 500. The user selectable key options are as follows: 4D for motor driven volume transducers and TEE transducer, Battery Kit, Smart Fusion, Smart Navigation Sensor, Smart Navigation, Wireless LAN, Stress Echo, 2D Wall Motion Tracking, CHI(Contrast Harmonic Imaging), CHI-Q, Parametric MFI, 4D STIC, Luminance, Fly Thru, Protocol Assistant, Super Micro Vascular Imaging (SMI), MicroPure, Elastography-FLR, Elastography, Shear Wave, Panoramic View, Vascular Index, Auto NT, and 1.5D Transducer support kit.
Apart from all the selectable options, the Canon Aplio Platinum series supports a total of 47 transducers including sector, convex, 4D volume, linear, micro convex, TEE, and Pencil transducers. Among those 47 transducers, the Canon Aplio Platinum series supports about 10 different intra-operative and biopsy enhancement transducers that improve clinical productivity in interventional Radiology.