Siemens Acuson P500 Ultrasound

Siemens Acuson P500 Ultrasound Machine
     

Adaptable, flexible and durable – the ACUSON P500 FROSK.

The ACUSON P500™ ultrasound system, FROSK edition is an adaptable hand-carried system engineered for point-of-care imaging to better serve a wide range of environments and patient types.

 

 Includes a 5-Year Warranty

 

Below is a generalized description of this systems technology, specifications, features and options. The below may not reflect the features and options available on units in our inventory.

 

 


  • Technology
  • Specifications
  • Measurements & Reporting
  • Transducers

The ACUSON P500™ ultrasound system, FROSK edition is an adaptable hand-carried system engineered for point-of-care to better serve a wide range of environments and patient types.

The ACUSON P500 FROSK delivers sophisticated technologies from across our portfolio to ensure unprecedented image quality, plunkability, and smart workflow all in a compact notebook format. This new platform, based on Siemens’ pioneering technologies, will give your organization flexibility to grow into the future.

EXTENDING TECHNOLOGIES

The ACUSON P500 FROSK introduces two new premium technologies that continuously provide sharp ultrasound images, regardless of patient and probe motion:

  • Dynamic Persistence is associated with B-mode and Color. It prevents ghosting when probe or patient motion is detected, and enhances color sensitivity and
    reduces B-mode noise when no motion is detected
  • Patent-pending Auto Flash Artifact Suppression ground-breaking technology detects and prevents motion artifacts associated with probe and patient movement, and enhances
    color imaging sensitivity when no motion detected

Adaptable, flexible and durable – the ACUSON P500 FROSK

Extending Technologies
  • High frequency imaging
  • Up to 18.0 MHz bandwidth on linear transducers to provide detailed and precise imaging, especially in superficial investigations such as MSK application
  • Multiple transmission frequency to scan deeper structures without changing probes TEI
  • Harmonic imaging: dedicated hardware and software processing the second harmonic frequencies improving B-mode image quality, and diagnostic confidence in technically difficult patients
  • Available on all imaging transducers
  • Three selectable frequencies; General, Resolution, Penetration
  • Available in combination with Color Doppler (C), M-mode, Power Doppler XView
  • Speckle reduction: elaborates pattern of single frame at the pixel level, eliminating speckle and noise artifacts, dynamically enhancing tissue margins, improving tissue conspicuity
  • Customizable presets (X Smooth, X Detail, X Enhancement) enable real-time optimization of the image process algorithm MView
  • Spatial compounding: combined contributions of standard and steered ultrasound beams to optimize image quality and improve detection of anatomical structures
  • Up to 15 angles of view within the same image TPView
  • Trapezoid imaging: enlarged field of view on all linear probes, allowing scanning of extended structures without losing resolution
  • Specially suited for breast, vascular, musculoskeletal, and thyroid applications VPan
  • Panoramic view: dedicated software merging multiple B-mode images into one panned image displayed on the screen in real-time; auto fit of composite, image zoom, merging level, frame marker, colorize, and distance measurement
  • Extended f ield of view supports visualization of the entire organ. Areas of interest such as musculoskeletal and lesions associated with abdominal, breast and small parts can be more easily studied

Working together, these technologies detect movements that affect image quality, and automatically reduce noise while simultaneously enhancing color sensitivity for clear images.

Both technologies were specially designed for the ACUSON P500 FROSK and are coupled with established high-performance imaging tools migrated from Siemens’ ACUSON S Family™ of premium ultrasound systems, including Advanced SieClear™ spatial compounding and Dynamic TCE™ contrast enhancement technology for excellent 2D and color Doppler image quality.

 

Physical System Specifications
  • Weight: 7.2 kg with battery pack
  • Closed Dimensions: 40.2 (L) x 37.4 (H) x 7.15 (D) cm
  • Working Dimensions: 40.2 (L) x 37.4 (H) x 36 (D) cm
  • Infrared touch panel, 15.4-inch color, high resolution, and progressive scan (non-interlaced) with Multi-domain Vertical Alignment (MVA) technology(1280x800 aspect ratio)

Physiological Interface

Control Panel w/touch panel

  • Standard 3-lead ECG interface
  • Auxiliary input for ECG and other physiology signals from third-party devices
  • Continuous display in all real-time modes
  • R-Wave single and dual trigger function
  • Respiratory trace
  • Heart rate display
  • Adjustable gain and trace position on-screen
  • Dual system operation devices: traditional control panel and infrared touch screen
  • Back-lit QWERTY key board for text entry and function keys
  • Variable brightness or a difference color indicating an active feature status
  • Multi-level task light: Disable (Off), Available (Low light), On (Highlight)
  • Customizable keys (on the traditional control panel and touch screen) for easy and immediate viewing of on-screen menus
Operating Modes
  • 2D (B-mode)
    • Fundamental 2D
    • Phased THI
    • Alternative THI
    • Filtered THI
  • Spectral Doppler
    • Pulsed Wave
    • Steerable Continous Wave
    • Duplex and Triplex modes
  • M-Mode
  • Color Doppler
    • Velocity-based color Doppler
    • Power Doppler
  • Physio Mode
    • ECG trace in all modes
    • Aus ECG
    • Respiratory
Solid State Hard Drive
  • Internal 180 GB SSD
  • Allows storage of patient studies that include images, clips, reports and measurements
  • Image storage capacity up to 30,000 frames of static image with compression, approximately 2,000 clips (8 seconds in length)
Battery
  • One removable Li-ion batteries
  • Operating time: Approximately 1 hour
  • Recharging time: 100% = 3 hours
  • After 300 cycles, retains 80% of maximum charge
  • Nominal operating voltage is 14.8 V
  • Capacity: 6.45 A
  • Power: 96 W
Cart Design
Maximum Physical Dimensions
  • 59 cm (W) x 89.2-109.2 cm (H) x 79 cm (D)
  • Weight: 63.8 kg
Wheels
  • Castor size: 125 mm
  • Front castor (2 ea): Bi-brake system (direction lock and total lock)
  • Rear castor (2 ea): Total lock
Connectivity
I/Os connectors
  • Serial RS-232
  • LAN RJ45
  • 3 USB (for image transfer)
Dedicated connectors
  • Audio input/output (stereo)
  • ECG input
  • Double foot switch
  • External trigger input

Image File Formats

  • Standard output: BMP, JPEG, PNG, AVI
  • Native and DICOM
  • Clips characteristics
  • AVI Codec: Microsoft® MPEG4-V2 (highly compressed), MS-WMV9 (improved compatibility) and MS-Video1 (low level compression)
  • Still frames: lossy compressed (about 70% of quality) and not compressed : BMP, JPEG, PNG
  • Graphic overlays
  • Reports
Patient Study Management
External Data Management
  • Internal 180 GB hard drive for patient data management
  • USB Data transfer
  • Wirelesss Data Transfer (option)
  • DICOM® Connectivity ( option )

Documentation Devices

Optional On-Board Video Devices:

  • Up to 2 documentation devices (B/W printer and color printer/DVD recorder) can be integrated into the system cart and controlled from the system control panel
  • TEAC DVD UR-50BD-SK Recorder (NTSC/PAL switchable, 115V/230V
  • Supported devices:
    • Mitsubishi USB P95DW B/W Printer
    • Sony UP-D898 B/W Printer
    • Mitsubishi USB CP30DW Color Printer
    • Sony UP-D25MD Color Printer

 

Exam Specific Measurements
All measurement and report packages are available for use with all exam types.
System Applications & Reporting
  • EM (FAST)
  • CV (Cerebrovascular
  • PV - Arterial
  • PV - Venous
  • Small Parts
  • Renal
  • GYN
  • OB
  • Early OB
Structured Reporting
  • DICOM-Vascular Structured Reporting
  • DICOM-OB/GYN Structured Reporting

 

Transducers Ports
  • One active port connectors
  • A suite of 5 transducers that include Curved, Linear, Phased array and Endocavity Probes
  • Frequency range: 1.3 – 12.1 MHz
Transducers / Probes 
  • Linear Array 4-12.1 MHz*
  • Curved Array 1.4-5.0 MHz
  • Phased / Sector Array 1.3-4.4 MHz*
  • Endocavity 3.3-10.3 MHz*

*Displayed MHz range includes multiple transducers

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