The SonoScape E2 is categorized as an economy portable Color Doppler 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 model, the SonoScape S2. The SonoScape E2 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. The SonoScape E2 is a fully equipped ultrasound from very basic clinical screenings to in-depth and full exam profiles with high-end options such as 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. Unlike the SonoScape E1, the Sonoscape E2 meets higher customer requirements in modes such as continuous Doppler, Tissue Doppler, Simultaneous, and Bi-directional Doppler modes. The Sonoscape E2 shares the same system architecture with the Sonoscape E1, however the SonoScape E2 incorporates more options that enable to better cover clinical applications and workflow.
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The SonoScape E2 is a low-cost B/W, but supports P/W Doppler as an optional, portable ultrasound machine that adopts advanced ultrasound technologies. The same The Sonoscape E2 is a low-cost shared service portable ultrasound machine that adopts advanced ultrasound technologies. The advanced and proprietary architecture are integrated in the SonoScape E2, enabling support for high-end options and covers a wide range of applications. Based on flexible and stable Linux operation and interfaces, the SonoScape E2 can be maintained and updated by simple software updates. The SonoScape E2 is one of the most valuable devices for Veterinary application in the market with specific animal body marks and image presets like the SonoScape E1. In addition, the Sonoscape E2 has a large range of transducer selections for humans including 3P-A and 7P-B for adult cardiac and pediatric, cardiac respectively, and 3C-A for general imaging. Due to its positioning and price point, the image penetration is acceptable, but comparing to its overall good resolution in near and mid field, providing better penetration for both linear and convex probes in the future version will be a key to expand market acceptability. Also, comparing to the Mindray Z5 and Z6, the SonoScape E2 has better and much clearer pixel expression and margin definition. Although it is a low end portable system, its Doppler performance is good and provides acceptable sensitivity and resolution.
• μScan function
• 5-band adjustable frequency in B mode
• Tissue acoustic characteristics index (TSI)
• THI mode
• PHI mode
• CFM mode
• PDI mode
• DPDI mode
• PW mode
• Simult mode
• PW auto trace
• Trapezoidal imaging
• Quad beams
• Image rotation
• Compound imaging
• Magnifying the whole image
• B/M/PW/CW auto optimization
• TEI index
• IMT measurement
• Standby mode
• Auto full screen magnification
• Show gallery
SonoScape E2 Peripheral Options:
• Biopsy bracket
• Color ink-jet printer
• B/W video printer
• Foot switch
• Backpack (with draw-bar)
• DVD record
• Remote control
• Barcode scanner
• Hard disk (1T)
• SSD hard disk
• Large capacity battery
The SonoSite M-Turbo improves upon the Micromaxx with even sharper imaging, while retaining the rugged portability SonoSite is famous for maintaining. It is the most popular compact PoC portable and offers many applications and procedures such as regional anesthesia, MSK, and EM which have been developed and expanded over what the Micromaxx offered.
The Canon Aplio i700 is the entry level system among the Aplio i series. The Aplio i700 is a premium multi-purpose diagnostic ultrasound system that concentrated on continuously highlighting Canon’s clinical reputation and image quality in General Imaging. The Canon Aplio i700 with well-known Canon’s extensive selection of transducers excluding matrix transducers at the Aplio i900 and the Aplio i800 supports a wide range of clinical applications including obstetrics, abdominal, gynecology, pediatric, small organs, neonatal cephalic, adult cephalic, trans-rectal, trans-vaginal, MSK (conventional, superficial), urology, adult cardiac, pediatric cardiac, and peripheral vessel.
The Canon Aplio i700, apart from the Aplio Platinum series, integrates Canon’s new & fully digital transmission and reception processing technology, iBEAM digital architecture. The Canon Aplio i700 provides a number of high performance hardware such as a 23” wide LCD monitor, a fully customizable 12.1” LCD touchscreen, remotely operable wireless tablet console, 4 active probe ports. Due to the lack of the Intelligent Dynamic Micro Slice option, the Canon Aplio i700 does not support premium Matrix transducers. The Canon Aplio i700 provides the similar transducer line up like the Canon Aplio Platinum series. Nevertheless, its extensive selection of specialty transducers efficiently cover a high standard of demand in sophisticated General Imaging applications. Similar to the Canon Aplio i900 and the Aplio i800, the Aplio i700 is compact and light-weight, and easily maneuverable with over 36cm console height adjustment, lateral slide and a fully articulating monitor arm.
Remarkable new features of the Canon Aplio i800 that differentiate it from the Canon Aplio i700 are an intelligent Dynamic Micro Slice function for operating matrix transducers such as i8CX1, i18LX5, and i24LX8 and a Multiplexing function that is used to perform Quad View for CHI, Quad View for SWE, Shadow Glass, and Smart sensor 3D. The Multiplexing function is standard on the Aplio i800, but it is an option for the Aplio i700.
The Canon Aplio i700 also provides a wide range of Canon’s exclusive, clinically proven technologies as standard such as Precision Imaging (Speckle Reduction), ApliPure+ (Spatial Compounding), Advanced Dynamic FlowTM (ADF), Smart 3D, BEAM, Superb micro-vascular Imaging(SMI), Intelligent Dynamic Micro Slice, Multiplexing, and Volume Matrix. Other options include 2D Wall Motion Tracking, Mitral Valve Analysis, Contrast Imaging, 4D, Luminance (HDlive), Fly Thru, Elastography, Shear wave, Smart Fusion, MicroPure, and Panoramic View. The only two missing options between the Aplio i800 and the Aplio i700 are the intelligent Dynamic Micro Slice kit and the Multiplexing kit.
The Canon Aplio 500 was the top model in Canon’s flagship Aplio Platinum series. Thanks to the launch of new Aplio i series in 2016, the Canon Aplio 500 was dethroned as Canon’s premium flagship system. Although the Aplio 500 is not at the top anymore, it is still a great system. The Canon Aplio 500 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 500 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 500 Platinum is the most feature rich system among the Aplio Platinum series. The standard package of the Canon Aplio 500 includes: 19-inch LCD monitor, DVD/CD drive, Precision imaging, Tissue Enhancement, Differential-THI, ApliPure+, Speckle Reduction, Tissue Specific Optimization, Trapezoid Scan, Quick Scan, TDI, QSP, HPRF, Advanced Dynamic FlowTM(ADF), Smart 3D, 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 shares 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 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.
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.
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 Canon Xario 200 Platinum is a compact and rich featured system that is positioned as a mid-range system. The Canon Xario 200 Platinum 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 Xario 200 Platinum with Canon’s well-known extensive selection of 28 transducers supports a wide range of clinical applications including fetal, abdominal, intra-operative(abdominal), laparoscopic, pediatric, small organs, neonatal cephalic, adult cephalic, trans-rectal, trans-vaginal, musculo-skeletal (conventional), musculo-skeletal (superficial), cardiac adult, cardiac pediatric, trans-esoph(cardiac) and peripheral vessel.
The Canon Xario 200 Platinum shares its platform with the Canon Xario 100 Platform. Both systems have the basic configuration as standard, but there are number of selectable options that can extend the use of systems for many clinical applications. The standard package of the Canon Xario 200 Platinum are as follows: 19-inch LCD monitor, LCD touch screen, DVD/CD drive, Wide View, Precision Imaging, ApliPureTM plus, and B/W printer mounting brackets (side-access type).
The Canon Xario 200 and 100 Platinum were originally developed from the Canon Xario XG, launched in 2007. With a couple of revisions and technology migration from the Aplio series and also integration of full-digital transmission and reception processing technology, the Canon Xario 200 and 100 Platinum became more stable and reliable. The user selectable options of the Canon Xario 200 are as follows: CW, 4D, Gel warmer, MD-TEE hanger, Wireless LAN, Stress Echo, CHI(Contrast Harmonic Imaging), Panoramic View, Differential THI, Precision Plus, Dynamic FlowTM, Superb Micro Vascular Imaging, Protocol Assistant, Elastography, Elastography-FLR, FLEX-M, Auto NT, Smart 3D, and Luminance.
Apart from those all selectable options, the Canon Aplio Platinum series supports total of 28 transducers including sector, convex, 4D volume, linear, micro convex, TEE, and Pencil transducers. Among those 28 transducers, the Canon Xario Platinum series supports 5 different intra-operative and biopsy enhancement transducers that can improve clinical productivity in interventional Radiology. Also available are motor-driven volume transducers for in-depth 3/4D Obstetrics and Gynecology applications.
The Supersonic Aixplorer is the premier Elastography system available in Ultrasound today. Though it was not the first brand to offer Elastography, the major brands are trying to catch up with it’s proprietary ShearWave technology. This technology delivers impeccable image quality and enables ultrafast imaging and Doppler. Though the Aixplorer is a very specialized machine, it can do other general imaging, but is not as flexible as a Philips iU22, or Logiq E9 which also try to compete in this segment.
The Canon Aplio i800 is a premium multi-purpose diagnostic ultrasound system that concentrates on continuously highlighting Canon’s clinical reputation and image quality in radiology. The Aplio i800 ultrasound with Canon’s well-known extensive selection of transducers supports a wide range of clinical applications, including obstetrics, abdominal, gynecology, pediatric, small organs, neonatal cephalic, adult cephalic, trans-rectal, trans-vaginal, MSK (conventional and superficial), urology, adult cardiac, pediatric cardiac, and peripheral vessel. A refurbished Canon Aplio ultrasound can cost between $30,000 and $45,000 on average, depending on the model year, condition, nature of past use, and what transducers come with the system. Scroll below for a detailed overview of the Aplio i800, including specs and a review. Or contact Ultrasound Supply to request more information about or purchase this 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.