When looking for a
quality portable ultrasound system for your practice or clinic, consider the GE
Logiq v2 color portable ultrasound machine.
The GE Loqiq V2 is an affordable, dependable and reliable
solution to portable urology ultrasound with its high-end imaging capabilities.
Featuring its advanced imaging technologies along with its Scan Assistant coach
software, this package presents itself as a small machine, but stands as one of
the most complex and advanced systems amongst its peers.
This color Doppler system includes some of GE’s finest
technologies borrowed from their high-end console machines and packaged small
enough into a laptop sized machine.
This machines main intended application is to be used in
urology, but this impressive high-performance and flexibility can also be
applied to Abdominal, Small Parts, Vascular/Peripheral Vascular, and
Transcranial imaging as well.
The SonoBiometry automatically performs key fetal
measurements, AutoIMT automates the intima-media thickness for fast ceratoid
exams, and the Coded Harmonics, Speckle Reduction and CrossXBeam are just a
couple of technologies that make this system a stellar portable choice for even
With intuitive functionality and easy portability, this
ultrasound system can add diagnostic imaging application services to your
practice or clinic.
Abdomen, Obstetrics, Gynecological, Vascular, Transcranial, Musculoskeletal,
Urological, Small Parts, Pediatric & Neonatal
Coded Harmonic Imaging-Allows
for high-resolution images on "hard to scan" patients
Real Time Speckle Reduction Imaging-Reduces
noise/artifact during imaging procedures
Extended field of view
visualize tissue and enhance border definition
key fetal biometry measurements instantly
Auto IMT-Automated measurement
of intima-media thickness for carotid exams
Improves contrast resolution and optimization during B-Mode procedures
Performs key fetal biometry measurements automatically in seconds(BPD/FL/AC/HC)
Scan Assistant - Puts
basic and advanced imaging protocols at your fingertips to reduce keystrokes by
as much as 22 percent1.
Velocity Imaging (TVI) with Q-Analysis
Phased Array Sector