The Philips Epiq 7c is the top-of-the-line shared service ultrasound machine from Philips. It offers xMatrix and Purewave single crystal probes, a compact and lightweight design and superior ergonomics and workflow. All the Epiq and Affiniti ultrasound machines look visually very similar and use the same monitor and huge tablet like touchscreen for navigation.
It is also known for its shared-service performance and the introduction of Philips updated imaging architecture: nSIGHT. SIGHT is Philips new beamforming and processing technology designed to greatly improve spatial, temporal, and contrast resolution. The Epiq 7c is different than the Epiq 5 for its ability to run Philips premium xMATRIX ultrasound transducers. These are advanced transducers for improved imaging in 2D, 3D, and Live 3D (4D) imaging. In addition to nSIGHT and xMATRIX probes, the Epiq 7c also includes Philips previous high-end imaging technologies including PureWave transducers, MicroCPA for better low-flow angio, ShearWave elastography, compound imaging (SonoCT), and speckle reduction imaging (XRES).
The Epiq 7c is, as mentioned earlier, a shared service machine. This means that it is capable of projecting ultrasound images for a wide array of applications including abdominal, small parts, cardiac and vascular, OB-GYN, musculoskeletal, stress echo and transcranial, as well as urological applications. It is compatible with over 15 different types of ultrasound transducers - something that emphasizes this machine's versatility. For any additional questions or concerns regarding this ultrasound machine, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Philips Epiq 7 Ultrasound Functions and Specificities: