GE Voluson 730

    Voluson 730
    GE Voluson 730 Ultrasound
    Revolutionary Technology and Performance.
    You can rely on the GE Voluson 730’s well-established ultrasound platform day in and day out- It’s a f‌lexible system that easily handles upgrades and shared services, in addition to a reporting package with structured f‌indings that helps drive workf‌low and productivity.
    New Ultra-Def‌inition Imaging combines image acquisition and processing technology to take imaging to the next level, for an optimal image with one button control.
    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.
    Product Description

    The Voluson® 730 Pro V BT‘08 is especially designed for the needs of physicians in private offices as well as small hospitals.
     

    Highlights
    • Real-Time 4D
    • 3D Multiplanar Display
    • “Glass-Body” rendering
    • 3D Power Doppler
    • XTD-View Imaging
    • HI – Tissue Harmonic Imaging
    • AO – Automatic Optimization
    • CE – Coded Excitation

     

    Here are just a few examples of how GE is bringing you more:
    • Speckle Reduction Imaging (SRI) heightens the visibility of organs and lesions through improved contrast resolution and border detection while reducing artifact characteristics of ultrasound.
    • CrossXBeamCRl (CRI) enhances tissue and border differentiation with an exclusive spatial compounding acquisition and processing technique
    • HD-Flow is a bi-directional power Doppler feature that enables a more sensitive vascular study and reduces the overwriting associated with standard color Doppler.
    • Volume Contrast Imaging (VCI) allows for better assessment of size, margins and internal structures of lesions through maximized image quality in all three planes.
    • Tomographic Ultrasound Imaging (TUI) makes analysis and documentation of dynamic studies easier by providing a simultaneous view of multiple slices of a volume data set.
    • Spatio—Temporal Image Correlation (STIC) is an innovative technique that allows clinicians to quickly capture a full fetal heart cycle beating in real-time and save the volume for later analysis.
    System Specifications
    • Height 142 cm (55.9 in)
    • Width: 68 cm (26.7 in)
    • Depth: 100 cm (39.4 in)
    • Weight (no peripherals): 300 lb (136 kg)

     

    Electrical Power
    • Voltage: 115 Vac or 230 Vac
    • Frequency: 50I60 Hz
    • Power: Max 1010 VA with onboard peripherals
    • Maximum Thermal Output 3446 BTU/hr

     

    Console Design 
    • 3 Active Probe Ports and 1 parking slot port
    • 1 Non-Imaging Active Port
    • Integrated HDD (80 GB)
    • Integrated DVD+ R(W) / CD—R(W)
    • rivelntegrated MOD drive (optional)
    • On-board storage for peripherals
    • Integrated locking mechanism that provides rolling lock
    • Integrated cable management
    • Front and rear handles

     

    User Interface

    Operator Keyboard

    • Floating Keyboard: Rotation: adjustable +300 from center
    • Full-sized, backlit alphanumeric keyboard
    • Ergonomic hard key layout
    • Interactive back-lighting
    • Integrated recording keys for remote control of up to 3
    • peripheral or DICOM (optional) devices and one additional remote control for VTR

    Monitor

    • 15″ High-Resolution noninterlaced CRT
    • High brightness with 250cd
    • Tiff/Rotate Adjustable Monitor
    • TiIt Angle: +l— 11°
    • Rotate Angle: +I- 90″
    • Wide Image area
    • Digital brightness & contrast adjustment
    • Brightness & Contrast control with quick return to a pre—set calibrated level

    Operating Modes

    • B-Mode (2D)
    • M-Mode (M)
    • M-Color-Mode (MC)
    • Color Flow Mode (C)
    • Power Doppler Imaging (PD)
    • Tissue Doppler Imaging (TD)
    • PW Doppler (PW)
    • Extended View (XTD—View)
    • CW Doppler (CW)
    • Volume Mode (3D/4D):
    • 3D Static
    • 4D Real-Time

    System Standard Features

    • State-of-the-art user interface with onscreen menu’s
    • 4D Real-Time
    • Automatic Tissue Optimization
    • Coded Harmonic Imaging (HI)
    • Coded Excitation (CE)
    • CrossXBeamCRl (Compound Resolution Imaging)
    • Tissue Doppler (TD)
    • Static SD Mode:
    • B-Mode only
    • B + Power Doppler Mode
    • B + CFM Doppler Mode
    • B + CRI
    • B + CRI + CFM
    • B + CRI + PD
    • Focus Frequency Composite (FFC)
    • High Resolution Zoom
    • Pan Zoom
    • Steering
    • Virtual Convex
    • Beta-View
    • Patient information database
    • SonoView ll: On-board image/data storage software, storage on DVD or internal hard drive or MO (option)
    • 3D/4D data compression (lossy/Iossless)
    • Real-Time automatic Doppler calculations
    • Multigestational Calculations

    System Options

    • DICOM
    • XTD-View
    • CW—Doppler (Hardware Option)
    • 4D View 2000 PC Software
    • Foot Switch, with programmable functionality
    • Integrated MO drive (supports up to 1.SGB disks) – optional
    • Modem (for service only)

     

    Connectivity
    • Ethernet network connection
    • Modem (for service only)
    • USB for hard disks/memory sticks
    • DICOM support (optional)
    • Verify
    • Print
    • Store
    • Modality Worklist
    • Structured Reporting
    • Storage Commitment
    • MPPS (Modality performed procedure step)
    • Media Exchange
    • Off network / mobile storage queue

     

    External Inputs & Outputs
    • Connectivity on rear panel (direct access)
    • VGA Out
    • Composite Video out (Color)
    • Footswitch
    • Network (RJ45)
    • Modem (RJ11)
    • USB (2x)
    • RS 232 (Optional, RS232 to USB converter) Connectivity behind rear panel (access after opening):
    • Video Out
      • RGB
      • Composite Video (B/W Printer)
      • S-Video(VTR)
    • Video In:
      • Comp. Video
      • S-Video
    • Audio Out – Left/right
    • Audio In – Left/right
    • USB (3x)
    • Parallel Port
    • Remote BW Printer
    • Remote Color Printer via USB
    • Remote VTR (R8232)
    • External microphone
    System Applications & Reporting
    • Abdomen
    • General Imaging
    • Pediatrics
    • Renal

     

    Pain Management Imaging 
    • Anesthesia
    • Musculoskeletal (MSK)
    • Orthopedic

     

    Women’s Imaging
    • Breast Imaging
    • Gynecology
    • Obstetrics
    • Reproductive Medicine (IVF)

     

    Cardiac Imaging
    • Adult Echo
    • Cardiac Screening/ Survey
    • ECG
    • Pediatric Echo

     

    Small Parts Imaging
    • Breast
    • Testicle
    • Thyroid

     

    Urology Imaging
    • Pelvis
    • Prostate

     

    Vascular Imaging
    • Arterial
    • Carotid
    • Transcranial
    • Venous

     

    Structured Reporting
    • DICOM-Cardiac Structured Reporting
    • DICOM-Vascular Structured Reporting
    • DICOM-OBIGYN Structured Reporting
    Scanning Methods
    • Electronic Sector
    • Electronic Convex
    • Electronic Linear
    • Mechanic Volume Sweep

     

    Transducer Types
    • Sector Phased Array
    • Convex Array
    • Micro-convex Array
    • Linear Array

    Volume Probes 4D:

    • Convex Array
    • Micro-convex Array
    • Linear Array

     

    Transducers/ Probes (*Displayed MHz Range Includes Multiple Transducers)
    • Linear Array 3-17 MHz
    • Curved Array 1-8 MHz
    • Phased I Sector Array 1-10 MHz
    • Endocavity 4-9 MHz

     

    Cardiac Transducers/ Probes
    • Adult Cardiac 1-10 MHz*
    • Pediatric Cardiac 1-10 MHz*

     

    3D/ Volume Transducers/ Probes
    • Abdominal 1-9 MHz*
    • Endocavity 4-9 MHz*
    • Linear 6-18 MHz