Understand Sonosite Portable Ultrasounds: Part II
Sonosite Edge II:
The Sonosite Edge II took all that made the Edge great, and made it better. With a wider range of imaging applications, more probes that are compatible with it (including High Frequency transducers) and more advanced external and internal engineering, the Edge II is revered by diagnosticians. It utilizes more advanced image enhancing technology than ever, including DirectClear, SonoAdapt Tissue Optimization, SonoHD2 and ColorHD. Sonosite also designed their probes to last through all sorts of wear and tear with new Armored Cable Technology – keeping the transducer wires protected from all the potential damages that can occur in emergency or stationary occasions. It is considered a Shared Service system, specializing is several image applications, as opposed to the Edge – which is primarily a Vascular system.
The Sonosite NanoMaxx is Sonosite’s smallest and most compact ultrasound system. It is designed as a touchscreen tablet, and has all the advantages of being a powerful handheld system without compromising on imaging quality, power, and even probe compatibility (connects to five different ultrasound transducers!). Often used in emergency scenarios, the NanoMaxx boots up in less than 20 seconds, weighs just six pounds, is engineered with a user-friendly touch screen face. It produces 2D, M-Mode and color ultrasound images, and specializes in Cardiac, Vascular, Superficial and Anesthetic ultrasound image applications. It is Sonosite’s only tablet sized, touch screen ultrasound system, and is comparable to the GE Venue 40 or Philips InnoSight.
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