On-site training for the GE Logiq F8 Ultrasound
Ultrasound Supply’s on-staff sonographer can provide onsite applications training at a set price plus travel costs.
GE Logiq F8 Service Options
Free technical support is available from Ultrasound Supply during installation and over the course of the standard limited warranty. Technical support is available after the warranty period at an hourly cost per issue.
GE Logiq F8 Ultrasound Maintenance
Ultrasound Supply recommends the use of a surge protector along with a dedicated power outlet. Probes should be disinfected after every use with a disinfectant wipe proven not to damage the lens.
GE Logiq F8 Dimensions and Weight
– Keyboard: 500 mm (19.7 in)
– Caster: 720 mm (28.3 in)
– Maximum: 810 mm (31.9 in)
– Caster: 800 mm (31.5 in)
– Maximum: 1495 mm (58.9 in)
– Minimum: 1410 mm (55.5 in)
Weight: 58 kg, 128 lbs
GE Logiq F8 Specifications:
Displayed imaging depth: 0 – 33cm*
Minimum depth of field: 0 – 2cm*
Maximum depth of field: 0 – 33cm*
Continuous dynamic receive
– Focus/continuous dynamic
– Receive aperture
Adjustable dynamic range
– up to 120 dB
*Depends on the probe you select for the system.
GE Logiq F8 Electrical Power:
Nominal input voltage: 100-240 VAC, frequency 50/60 Hz
Power consumption maximum: 400 VA with peripherals
The architecture of the GE Logiq F8 incorporates the capabilities of GE’s premium ultrasound systems such as the Logiq E9. At a price point of $16,000 to $26,000, depending on the condition, year, and options, the Logiq F8 has an excellent price-to-performance ratio. The Logiq F8 integrates advanced tools such as Phase Inversion Harmonic imaging, CrossXBeam, and Speckle Reduction imaging. These tools help simplify the acquisition of images and enhance their overall quality, just like GE’s flagship models.
The hardware and software of the GE Logiq F8 also resemble the technology on GE’s flagship ultrasound systems. Operators of the Loqig F8 will easily adapt to its modern workflow tools, such as Auto Optimization, Scan Assistant, and Scan Coach. In addition, optional advanced clinical functions such as Static Elastography, Auto IMT, 3D/4D, Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI) with Q analysis, and B-Steer will help physicians expand the applications of their everyday practice.
GE Logiq F8 Probes and Transducers:
Endo Micro Convex Probes:
Micro Convex Probes:
Phased Array Probes:
Convex Volume Probes:
For more information, review the GE Logiq F8 Transducer Guide from our parent company, Probo Medical.
GE Logiq F8 Features:
• 19” (482.6 mm) high-resolution LCD
• Articulating monitor arm
• 8.4” (213.4 mm) LCD touch screen
• Max 4 active probe ports
• Integrated HDD
• Integrated Speakers
• Probe Holders
• Gel Holder
• Front and Rear Handles
• Probe Cable Tray
• AO(Automatic Optimization)
• CrossXBeam(Spatial Compounding Imaging)
• SRI-HD (High Definition Speckle Reduction Imaging)
• Coded Phased Inversion Harmonic Imaging
• Virtual Convex
• Patient Information Database
• Image Archive on integrated HDD
• Raw Data Analysis
• Scan Assistant
• Scan Coach
• Real-Time Automatic Doppler Calculations
• OB Calculations
• Fetal Trending
• Multigestational Calculations
• Hip Dysplasia Calculations
• Gynecological Calculations
• Vascular Calculations
• Urological Calculations
• Vascular Calculations
• Urological Calculations
• Renal Calculations
• Cardiac Calculations
GE Logiq F8 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
• Footswitch MKF2-MED USB GP26
• SanDisk USB Stick 4G
• 1TB Mobile USB HDD
• USB Lamp
• USB ECG Kits (AHA/IEC)
Supplies for the Logiq F8:
• 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 Logiq F8 Ultrasound Ports:
• CVBS Output (BNC)
• S-Video Output
• VGA Output (SXGA resolution)
• Audio steteo Output
• 100BASE-TX Ethernet (RJ45)
• USB (3x in rear, 3 under keyboard)
GE Logiq F8 image storage:
• Storage formats: DICOM – Compressed /uncompressed, single/multiframe, with/without Raw Data
– Export JPEG, JPEG2000, WMV(MPEG 4) and AVI formats
• Storage Devices: USB Memory Stick
• DVD-RW Storage
• HDD Image Storage
GE Logiq F8 Key Terms:
• Auto Optimization is a one-touch image optimization function that a user uses 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 users 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 the 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.
• SRI (Speckle Reduction Imaging) reduces speckle noise in the images, which affect the edges and fine details that limit the contrast resolution and make the diagnostic more difficult.
• CrossBeam (Spatial Compounding Imaging) obtains real-time sonographic information from several different angles of insonation and combines them to produce a single image. CrossBeam helps reduce speckle artifacts, enhance mass margin delineation, and improve anatomical details.
• Coded Harmonic Imaging (CHI) utilizes Digitally Encoded Ultrasound (DEU). Harmonics enhances near field resolution for improved small parts imaging. Harmonics diminish low-frequency, high-amplitude noise, and improve imaging for technically difficult patients. Harmonics may be especially beneficial when imaging isoechoic lesions in shallow-depth anatomy in the breast, liver, and hard-to-visualize fetal anatomy. Harmonics may improve B-Mode image quality without introducing a contrast agent.
• LogiqView (Panoramic Imaging) enables a transducer to be moved along a larger organ, stitching multiple images together to form one long image with an extremely wide field of view.
• Auto IMT automates the measurement of intima-media thickness of vessels. Auto IMT helps keep track of atherosclerosis diseases from the early stage as it is developed.
• B Steer simply slants B-mode or Color Flow linear images left or right to get more information without moving the probe. This enables enhanced needle visualization in real-time for needle guidance procedures. The angle steer function only applies to linear probes.
• Virtual Convex is available on linear and Sector probes. Virtual Convex provides a larger field of view in the far-field. Virtual Convex is always active with sector probes.
• Raw Data is a software tool that enables image processing, quick data re-acquisition, and image analysis with the same resolution and same frame rates of original images. Raw Data shortens exam duration, improves clinical workflow by post-processing, and reduces a time to put the probe on a patient.
• Scan Assistant is the customizable scanning assistant tool that enables a user to save scanning protocols of each lab that helps decrease key stokes from up to 60~70% of ordinary operations. With fewer user’s actions, an exam can be complete because a user does not need to move all around the console and only requires one button to be pushed at most of the exams.
• Scan Coach is GE’s on-demand education tool that can be used while live scanning and can also be incorporated with Scan Assistant. The module shows basic scanning techniques with the graphic of probe position, anatomical structure, and an example of a clinical reference image. Scan Coach helps a novice user to be easily accustomed to the system’s use and to capture a quality image.
• Strain Elastography is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that displays the relative elasticity of tissue stiffness compared to the surrounding tissue by a real-time color map that is superimposed on a conventional grayscale image. Most malignant lesions have a harder or stiffer consistency than the surrounding benign tissue. This change in stiffness can also be present in chronic or inflammatory diseases. To displace the underlying anatomical structures, Strain Elastography requires manual palpation by the user or compression or decompression of the target produced by the patient’s respiration. It can be an efficient tool to improve biopsy targeting and imaging, evaluate breast and testicular lesions, and perform quick monitoring and follow up of interventional procedures. It can also provide additional information to increase diagnostic confidence for musculoskeletal diseases such as tendinopathies, tendinosis, synovial hypertrophy, or tears.
• Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI) is a myocardial Doppler Imaging with a color overlay on the tissue image that is available on the sector probes. Tissue color overlay can be removed to show just the 2D image, while 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, which measures flow velocities. Tissue signals, however, have higher amplitude and lower velocities, and the signals are extracted by using different filter and gain settings.