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The GE Logiq V5 is similar to the Logiq V2 portable ultrasound machine in a number of ways. First, it engineered and designed to specialize in urological ultrasound application images. Both the Logiq V5 and Logiq V2 are technically shared service systems, due to their versatile nature. They are compatible with a variety of GE probes and transducers, and include image enhancing technology that will assist doctors in providing the most accurate diagnosis possible. The fundamental difference, however, is that the Logiq V5 is more advanced than the V2, and is a stationary ultrasound machine, whereas the V2 is portable.
The GE Logiq V5 is armed with some integral image enhancing ultrasound technology. Some of these features include M-Mode, Color Doppler, Power Doppler, Compound imaging, Tissue Harmonic imaging, Panoramic imaging, and Auto Optimization. All of these technologies are integral to providing the best possible patient care. This ultrasound machine, very user friendly, uses DICOM, Ethernet, and contains a CD port and printer.
In addition to the image enhancing ultrasound technologies, the Logiq V5 is capable of producing ultrasound images for many different applications, permitting doctors to diagnose many different body parts and structures employing this system. Although it specializes in urological applications, the V5 can also produce images for small parts (breast, thyroid and testicular), musculoskeletal, abdominal, OB-GYN, cardiac and vascular applications. This versatility contributes strongly to the machine's popularity.
Finally, the Logiq V5 is compatible with many GE ultrasound transducers. GE, when manufacturing and engineering probes, creates probes that are compatible with different types of systems. For example, the probes who's name end in "RS" (8C-RS, E8C-RS etc.) are generally compatible with portable ultrasound systems, as opposed to the E8C, or 8C, which are compatible with the regular stationary systems. The Logiq V5 is one of the few GE stationary systems that is compatible with "RS" probes.
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