Philips iE33

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    Philips iE33 Ultrasound

    An Imaging Revelation

    Combining unprecedented 2D and 3D image quality in the same transducer and a host of easy-to-use qualification, clinical performance, and information management tools, the new iE33 xMATRIX echo system addresses the clinical needs of managing patients with cardiac disease, including heart failure, valvular disease, and congenital heart disease.

    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.

    Versatile X5-1 Transducer

    • With 3,000 elements and breakthrough PureWave xMATRIX technology, the X5-1 supports virtually any cardiac ultrasound exam, including 3D, 2D, color flow, M-mode, PW/CW Doppler, Tissue Doppler Imaging, and contrast-enhanced exams
    • It delivers outstanding image quality and a new handle design with relaxed grip to reduce user fatigue and improve scanning stability
    • Acquire crisp, high-resolution 2D images, even on your most difficult patients
    • Use iRotate electronic rotation to more easily obtain challenging views, such as apical 2 chamber, and reduce foreshortening
    • Switch from 2D to 3D imaging at a touch of a button to quickly integrate volume imaging into routine exams
    • Image the entire heart in 3D, in real time with Live Volume, and enlarge and rotate volumes with iCrop
    Reduce Your Stress in Stress Echo
    The new Philips iE33 xMATRIX automates stress echo exams, so they’re fast and consistent.  Use iRotate Stress Echo in combination with the X5-1 transducer to complete an entire stress echo protocol.  You can include acquisition of 2-chamber, 3-chamber, and 4-chamber 2D images all from the standard windows following peak patient exertion- without rotating the transducer

    With CMQ-Stress, You Can

    • Accurate 2D and 3D LV function and regional wall motion assessment
    • Cardiac Motion Qualification (CMQ) increases the accuracy of LV function and wall motion measurement.  The new CMQ speckle tracking algorithm makes strain analysis a useful tool in assessing presence and extent of LV disease including multiple strain and strain rate parameters, including longitudinal strain.
    • Cardiac 3D Qualification Advanced (3DQ Advanced) is the first semi-automated analysis of true LV volumes
    • 3DQ Advanced uses all the voxels available to generate a full 3D endocardial border with greater accuracy
    • Waveform display provides accurate data for assessing global function based LV volume, ejection fraction and stroke volume.  Simultaneous display of 17 regional waveform enables temporal comparisons between segments

    More Information For Interventional Procedures

    • Live 3D TEE (Transesophageal echo)
    • xMatrix
    • PureWave
    • Digital Broadband Beamforming
    • Live 3D Echo
    • XRES
      QLAB
      SonoCT
    • Tissue Aberration Correction

    System Specifications

    • Foot Print- USA (HxWxD) 55-64″ x 22″ x 43″
    • Foot Print- Metric (HxWxD) 139.7-163.6 cm x 55.9 cm x 109.2 cm
    • Weight 345 lbs

    User Interface

    • Monitor Size 20″LCD Flat Panel
    • Moveable Console Variable
    • Adjustable Monitor Variable
    • Up to 500 fps 2D Frame Rate (probe dependent)
    • Up to 250 fps Color Frame Rate (probe dependent)
    • Pre-Processing
    • Post- Processing
    • 2- 30cm Display Depth (min/max-probe dependent)
    • Selectable Dynamic Range
    • Adjustable Transmit Focus
    • >100  Customizable presets
    • 3 Transducer Ports

    Imaging Modes

    • B-Mode (2D)
    • M-Mode

    Doppler Modes

    • High Frame Rate Color Flow
    • Color Doppler Velocity
    • Color Doppler Energy
    • Color Power Doppler
    • Directional Color Power Doppler
    • directional tissue Imaging (DTI)
    • Pulse Wave (PW)
    • Continuous Wave (CW)

    Software Technologies

    • 3D Imaging
    • 4D Imaging Option
    • Compounding
    • Speckle reduction
    • Tissue Harmonic Imaging (THI)
    • Auto Gain/ Optimization
    • Panoramic Imaging
    • Dual Imaging
    • Split Screen
    • Duplex
    • Triplex
    • Clip Function

    Connectivity Ports

    • USB
    • DVI
    • VHS
    • ECG
    • MO Drive

    Image File Format

    • AVI
    • DICOM
    • JPG

    Onboard/ External Storage

    • CD/DVD
    • Cine Clips
    • Hard Drive 160 GB

    Power Supply

    • AC 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz

    Peripherals (Options)

    • DICOM
    • ECG

    System Applications & Reporting

    • Abdomen
    • General Imaging
    • Contrast Imaging
    • Intraoperative/ Interventional
    • Neonatal
    • Pediatrics
    • Renal
    • Veterinary Imaging

    Pain Management Imaging

    • Musculoskeletal (MSK)
    • Orthopedic
    • Podiatry

    Women’s Imaging

    • Breast Imaging
    • Gynecology
    • Obstetrics
    • Reproductive Medicine (IVF)

    Cardiac Imaging

    • Adult Echo
    • Advanced Cardiac Software Option
    • Cardiac Screening/ Survey
    • ECG
    • Fetal Echo
    • Neonatal Echo
    • Pediatric Echo
    • Stress Echo
    • TEE

    Small Parts

    • Breast
    • Testicle
    • Thyroid

    Urology Imaging

    • Prostate

    Vascular Imaging

    • Transcranial
    • Arterial
    • Carotid
    • Venous
    • IMT

    Structured Reporting

    • DICOM-Cardiac Structured Reporting
    • DICOM- Vascular Structured Reporting

    User-Programmable Formulas & Tables

    Transducers/Probes (*Displayed MHz Range Includes Multiple Transducers)

    • Linear Array 3-15 MHz*
    • Intraoperative/ Hockey Stick 4-12 MHz
    • Curved Array 1-9 MHz*
    • Mirco-Convex 5-8 MHz
    • Phased/Sector Array 1-12 MHz*
    • Veterinary (Equine) 5-8 MHz

    Cardiac Transducers/ Probes

    • Adult Cardiac 1-12 MHz*
    • Pencil 2 MHz & 5 MHz
    • TEE 3-8 MHz
    • Fetal Cardiac 3-8 MHz
    • Pediatric Cardiac 1-12 MHz*

    3D/ Volume Transducers/ Probes

    • Phased/Sector 1-7 MHz*
    • TEE 1-8 MHz*

    Transducers:

    • L5-7io
    • L11-3
    • L9-3
    • L8-4
    • C9-4
    • C8-5
    • C5-2
    • C5-1
    • S12-4
    • S8-3t
    • S8-3
    • S7-3t
    • s7-2t
    • S5-1
    • X7-2t
    • X7-2
    • X3-1
    • X3-1
    • D5cwc
    • D2tcd
    • D2cwc