in a Durable Portable
GE’s new Vision series comes to life for veterinary use in the LOGIQ V Equine. A new compact ultrasound system designed to deliver Simple, Fast and Precise imaging performance.
With its compact design featuring a large 15” LCD display and standard battery back-up, the LOGIQ V Equine fits into small spaces and is ready for big demands.
- New Intuitive user interface.
- Onboard Help with interactive access to tutorials on settings, operation, connectivity and the user manual.
- Scanning modes include: B-Mode, M-Mode and Pulsed Wave Doppler (color or power Doppler not available).
A group of innovative technologies help equine specialists obtain diagnosis’ fast.
- CrossXBeam™ Enhances the ability to visualize tissue interfaces and differentiate borders.
- SRI-HD Speckle Reduction Imaging reduces noise for enhanced tissue detail.
- Coded Harmonic imaging improves resolution at depths for a confident diagnosis.
- Customized equine imaging presets for quick image optimization
A set of purchasable software options support additional equine specialist needs.
- LOGIQ View gives you representation of long anatomical structures that might not be seen in a single image.
- Needle Recognition: The LOGIQ V Equine uses two modes of ultrasound to optimize ultrasound-guided procedures; one optimized for tissue and one for metal.
- Auto Optimization Optimizes B-Mode images to help improve contrast resolution at the touch of a button.
The system purchase includes a one-year standard GE Healthcare warranty.
Precision Tools Deliver Confidence
The LOGIQ V Equine incorporates compound imaging tools that deliver crisp, clear images to help give you precision and confidence.
TruScan Raw Data Imaging allows a user to add clinical information after an exam is finalized. Adjust and re-measure many exam parameters and controls after the exam today or during follow up exams, years to come.
Articular Processes C4-5
Stifle Medial Meniscus
Superficial and Deep Digital Flexor Tendon at Level; of Proximal Sesamoid Bones
Longitudinal View, Focused on Suspensory Ligament