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 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 SonoScape E1 is categorized as an economy portable ultrasound system that is designed for abdominal, cardiac, gynecology, musculoskeletal, obstetrical, pediatric, small parts, cephalic, urology, veterinary, and vascular exams. More advanced hardware and software platforms has been developed from the older generation, SonoScape A6; the SonoScape E1 integrated a number of advanced imaging technologies such as the full digital broad band width beam former, wide band dynamic range, and multi-beam parallel processing. Although it is targeting a B/W low-cost market, it supports PW Doppler, Auto IMT, Spatial Compounding, Auto Image Optimization, Stand-by Mode, Enhanced Needle Visualization, Panoramic imaging with 2 standard probe ports and 15.6″ LED monitor. The SonoScape E1 and E2 share a similar system architecture, however, the SonoScape E2 incorporates more options enable to better cover clinical applications and workflow.
The Canon Viamo is a high-end portable ultrasound machine for shared service application. It has the same imaging hardware and transducers as the high-end Aplio series. This gives the Viamo excellent image quality. Its fully programmable touch screen provides customizable access to imaging, quantification, and workflow functions.
The GE Vivid iq is a new and upgraded GE’s Vivid line cardiovascular portable ultrasound system from the base of Vivid q and Vivid i. The Vivid iq has integrated the full touch screen control 15.6″ monitor on conventional user control panel upgrading the user’s intuitive control and operation quality. The Vivid iq applies the trackpad design instead of the trackball interface. The GE Vivid iq is light weight, and with the dedicated cart, three RS and one DLP to support 6VT-D ports are available. Optional three batteries enable to scan more than 180 min with the system battery. The GE Vivid iq enables to support cardiac, transesophageal, peripheral vascular, fetal/OB, abdominal adults, pediatric, small organ, neonatal cephalic, adult cephalic, musculoskeletal.
The GE Logiq Book and Logiqbook xp were the first portable ultrasound machines from GE. The Logiqbook provided a large screen for the time though reliability was not up to GE standards. The Logiq-e replaced the Logiq book.
The GE Logiq-e BT 11 is mid to economy portable ultrasound system designed for abdominal, cardiac, gynecology, intraoperative, musculoskeletal, obstetrical, nerve block, pediatric , neonatal, small parts, superficial, urology, and vascular. The BT11 is introduced after BT09 via adding Auto IMT, Esmart trainer software, Stress Echo, pediatric echo with 6S-RS, and TEE option with 6Tc-RS. The Logiq e BT11 shares the similar system architecture with the BT12. However, the Logiq e BT11 keeps the original Logiq e case design and LCD monitor, but the Logiq e BT12 has incorporated the case design and LCD monitor.
The GE Logiq e is perhaps the most well-known and best-selling portable ultrasound in the world. It is a midrange to an economy-priced system with a good balance between features and affordability. The average price range for a refurbished GE Logiq e portable is between $8,100 and $14,100, depending on the age of the system, the degree of past use, and its present condition, among other factors like which transducers are included. The Logiq e portable is a shared service system with GI, OB/GYN, and cardiovascular applications, although no 4D imaging. GE introduced the Logiq e as a replacement to the GE Logiq Book but with a more standard laptop-style form factor. If you’re interested in purchasing a Logiq e portable ultrasound, scroll below for more information or contact us today. You may also rent this model from Ultrasound Supply.
The NextGen GE LOGIQ e is one of the most popular portable ultrasound systems covering a wide range of applications. Since it launched in 2006, the GE LOGIQ e has been upgraded every year with different BT (Break Through) versions and various features and probes to strengthen its usability, especially in Point of Care applications. The LOGIQ e R7, in particular, has an outfit similar to the GE LOGIQ e BT12, except the internal H/W and S/W has been fully upgraded so that its image quality, system response time, features, and probes are one or two levels higher in quality or performance than those of the Logiq e BT12. That said, the GE NextGen LOQIG e has a price point of about $18,000 to $28,000, slightly higher than the BT12, even with the same options and probe configuration. Contact Ultrasound Supply, a Probo Medical business, about refurbished NextGen LOGIQ e ultrasounds today, or scroll down to read reviews and learn more about its specifications and features.
The GE Vivid i portable ultrasound system is a mid-range portable ultrasound machine primarily designed for cardiovascular applications. The Vivid i portable leverages many of the same imaging technologies as other GE ultrasounds, but it also offers powerful cardiac imaging features, including both adult and pediatric TEE probes, which are not usually available on systems at this price point. The average price for a refurbished GE Vivid i portable ultrasound is between $11,400 and $21,400, depending on the ultrasound’s condition and age, the nature of its previous use, and whether it comes with additional transducers. Scroll down to review the key features available on the GE Vivid i portable ultrasound as well as its specifications. Contact Ultrasound Supply, a Probo Medical Company, for more information.
The GE Vivid q portable ultrasound machine is a more powerful version of the Vivid i that adds further quantitative features including ICE, Auto EF, AFI, TVI,TT, TSI, Blood Flow and Blood Flow imaging. The Vivid q is the pinnacle of GE’s portable cardiovascular ultrasounds.
The GE Voluson e is an economy portable ultrasound machine that is a scaled down version of the Voluson-i. It still offers the best 4D image quality currently available in a portable machine but has less probes and features than the Voluson-i.
The GE Voluson i portable ultrasound machine is one of the most advanced portable 4D ultrasound machines for women’s health in the industry today. It offers the widest range of 4D transducers, and GE’s class-leading 4D imaging as well as proprietary GE efficiency technologies that speed up workflow. The Voluson i ultrasound machine is focused on women’s health but it can also support general imaging and vascular applications. Those familiar with the famous Voluson 730 will find image quality and speed similar in the Voluson i even though it is only the size of a laptop. Key technologies from the more expensive Voluson E8 like SonoNT, STIC, SonoVCAD heart, SonoAVC follicle, and SonoVCAD labor are all available either standard or as options on the Voluson i. Ultrasound Supply, one of the largest distributors of diagnostic ultrasound equipment in the world, offers the GE Voluson i for sale in the US and internationally. The Voluson i price ranges from $14,000 up to $25,000 dollars depending upon the revision (BT), condition, years of use, and the probes included. Click on the tabs below to see the Voluson i brochure, probes, and more.
The SONIMAGE® HS1 Compact Ultrasound System has advanced MSK functionality providing superior image detail and contrast resolution. The advanced technological features and high resolution image quality supports confident diagnosis, needle guidance for interventional procedures and treatment management at the point-of-care.
One-touch image optimization for improved workflow and confident decisions…anywhere.
The MX1 System enables physicians to make a confident diagnosis, provide therapeutic needle guidance, and monitor rehabilitation. The light weight, compact system can be used in outpatient point-of-care services, offices and any remote setting.
The M5 is the first compact system from Mindary released in 2008. It has become one of most recommended compact ultrasound options in small practices thanks to the great cost-effectiveness. Especailly, iClear(Mindray auto image optimization function) improves the easy of use and helps a navice user to improve his/her diagnostic capability in shortime. Since its launch, lots of upper grade technologies have migrated.