The LOGIQ V2 ultrasound system incorporates state-of-the-art technology such as CrossXBeam; Speckle Reduction Imaging (SRI-HD); Coded Harmonic Imaging; Raw Data for easy handling and post-processing of images, providing greater productivity; Automatic Optimisation (in B-mode and Doppler); LOGIQ View; Auto IMT; Virtual Convex; B-Steer (needle recognition); M-mode; and Easy 3D.
LOGIQ V2 scanning modes:
B-mode, M-mode, Colour, Colour Doppler, Power Doppler and Pulse-wave Doppler, Continuous-wave Doppler (optional).
B-Steer+ (needle recognition), LOGIQ View (extended image), Scan Coach (assistance for following any scanning protocol), Continuous-wave Doppler, automatic measurement of intimal medial thickness, Easy 3D, Anatomic M-Mode, SonoBiometry, DICOM and report generator.
Ergonomics: 15” high-resolution flat-screen monitor, 1 active port (expandable to 2 simultaneous).
Only weighs 6 kg. Online support available.
Applications available in LOGIQ V2:
- Soft tissue
SRI – SPECKLE REDUCTION IMAGING
Speckle reduction software for ultrasound imaging. A set of algorithms applied to the image that allows us to choose up to 5 levels of noise reduction. Its use enables image definition to be increased and noise and artefacts to be eliminated.
ATO (AUTOMATIC TISSUE OPTIMISATION).
ASO (AUTOMATIC SPECTRUM
RAW DATA IMAGE PROCESSING.
This type of processing offers flexibility in obtaining, optimising and storing scans. The image data acquired and saved can be viewed without loss of fidelity.
When reviewing images, it is possible to:
– Adjust dynamic range, grey scale and B-mode gain.
– Change baseline, sweep speed and overall Doppler-mode gain.
– Adjust Colour-flow mode.
B-STEER WITH NEEDLE RECOGNITION
Software that allows the B image to be angled in real time in linear probes in order to achieve an optimum ultrasound beam incidence angle on the tissue and needles. This improves needle visualisation and makes the technique much safer.
It functions simultaneously with CrossXBeam software.
GE’s exclusive spatial compounding technology is an acquisition technique to improve anatomical margins, which, in turn, improves the appearance of physiological structures. A new digital compounding algorithm extends the advantages of CrossXBeam™ to Colour Doppler scans and features an expanded field of view that provides unprecedented image clarity and contrast resolution in any work mode.