The HDII System is a general-purpose, mobile, software-controlled, diagnostic ultrasound system. Its function is to acquire, process, and display ultrasound data. The HDII system builds on the EnVisor architecture and feature set with added channels and new software and hardware features. The appearance of the HDII reflects the Phillips standard color scheme.
The operator can measure anatomical structures and generate reports for health-care professionals. The system has a basic set of imaging models and measurement tools.
The following applications are available on the HD II system:
- Neonatal Head
- Small Parts
The following imaging modalities are available on the HD II system. Refer to the user documentation for detailed feature information regarding these modes:
- PW Doppler
- CW Doppler
- Color Flow
- Color Power Angio
The HD II physical structure is made of fabricated sheet metal and folded plastic parts. The system consists of a cart, a user interface (control panel), a visual display (video monitor), and the ultrasound electronic components. The major ultrasound components are the PC, the E-box, and the system power supply.