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Best Ultrasound Machines | Color Doppler for Fetus Umbilical Blood Flow

One of the best ultrasound machines with color Doppler for monitoring fetus umbilical blood flow is the Philips Epiq 7 with the Philips C5-1 ultrasound probe. Its predecessor, the Philips Epiq 5, is a more affordable option. According to national averages, the reimbursement can be up to ~$157 per exam and image reading. We want you to monitor blow flow with confidence and these systems and prob...

Philips CX50 Portable Ultrasound Machines Differences | Rev.A, B, C, D

Philips CX50 CompactXtreme Portable Ultrasound Machine Released in 2008, the Philips CompactXtreme 50, or CX50, is one of the only portable ultrasound system available from Philips, excluding the InnoSight and the Lumify line. Also available is the CX30, which is a feature-reduced version of the Philips CX50, but the CX30 never really caught on with end-users in the United States due to its po...

Philips Epiq Ultrasound Systems Overview | From Epiq 5 to Elite to CVxi

Philips has been known for its production of high-quality cardiology ultrasound systems. The Philips Epiq line is the culmination of years of research and innovation in the cardiac ultrasound system field. Recently, Philips released their latest models in their Epiq portfolio, the Philips Epiq Elite, Philips Epiq CVx, and the Philips Epiq CVxi cardiology ultrasound systems. With so many differe...

Philips TrueVue & GlassVue | Advanced Obstetrical 4D Imaging

Like GE's HDLive, Philips also has an advanced suite of imaging tools, known as TrueVue & GlassVue, for easily acquiring lifelike 3D images, specifically regarding fetal imaging. Read more to find out how exactly Philips's TrueVue imaging works and why you need it on your Philips women's health ultrasound system.  TouchVue Light Source Manipulation Much like GE's HDLive, Philips TrueVue e...

Philips Epiq 7 vs. GE Vivid E95 | The Best Premium Cardiac Ultrasound System

GE Healthcare and Philips are known for their superior cardiac ultrasound systems. The GE Vivid E95 and Philips Epiq 7 are both premiere cardiac ultrasound systems marketed toward cardiology practices and hospitals that need high-quality and advanced cardiac imaging capabilities.  Both systems would be a wonderful addition to any cardiology practice or hospital environment. However, which of th...

Philips Epiq 7 vs. Philips iE33 | The Evolution of Philips Cardiac Imaging

Philips has a standing tradition of excellence with Cardiologists around the world for their high-quality cardiac ultrasound systems. Two of the most popular and time-tested of these cardiac ultrasound systems are the Philips iE33 and the Philips Epiq 7 ultrasound systems. The Epiq 7 is the newest flagship ultrasound system that replaced the iE33, but what key differences make the Epiq 7 that m...

GE VScan Extend vs Philips Lumify | Handheld Ultrasound System Comparison

The technological advancements made in the ultrasound industry have enabled physicians and other care providers to have the power of ultrasound in the palm of their hands. For physicians, this means portable just got a lot more affordable. The arrival of “system-less” or app-based ultrasound (referred to as teleultrasound or handheld ultrasound)  is the latest and greatest innovation in portabl...

Ultrasound System Review | Philips Epiq 7 Cardiac

Philips Epiq 7 Review | The Premier Cardiovascular 4D Ultrasound System The Philips Epiq 7 is the premiere ultrasound system from Philip's "Epiq" ultrasound family. The Epiq 7 is by and large the Premiere 3D/4D cardiac ultrasound system on the market to date. With more options and capabilities than the Philips Epiq 5 and more advanced hardware than the Philips Affiniti 70 or Affiniti 50, the E...

What’s the Best Point-of-Care Ultrasound System? | Philips

Whether you need an ultrasound solution for emergency medicine, regional anesthesia, or critical care, there is a Philips point of care ultrasound system for you. From laptop cart-based systems to standalone systems, or even probes that don't require an ultrasound system, there's a Philips ultrasound system to help you meet your patient where they're at. See below for our top 4 Philips point-of...

Breast Cancer Detection: Breast Ultrasound & Elastography

Did you know that breast ultrasonography and elastography examinations can help detect breast cancer? The tests are typically used as a follow-up test after an abnormal finding, and when done together, can produce reliable results. The ultrasound testing approach is at times safer and more comfortable for the patient than other forms of detection. Here’s why. What is breast ultrasonography and...
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