Philips Ultrasound Systems & Probes FAQ
UThe Philips Epiq 5 ultrasound machine has PureWave transducers, which are complementary high-quality imaging features for nSIGHT. With improved contrast, temporal and spatial beamforming, nSIGHT makes this machine cutting-edge technology. The nSIGHT architecture increases penetration by more than 75 percent and provides higher resolution at a higher frame rate. The Epiq 5 also has compound imaging capabilities and ShearWave elastography to create a focused acoustic beam.
An ultrasound scan, sometimes called a sonogram, is a procedure that uses high-frequencyThe Philips Epiq 7 features powerful architecture that touches all aspects of acoustic acquisition and processing, allowing you to experience the ultrasound system’s evolution to a more definitive modality. The Epiq 7 ultrasound is also supported by Philips proprietary xMATRIX transducers and leading-edge Anatomical Intelligence.
The Phillips probes are of the following types – cardiac (S5-1, S8-3, S12-4), Convex (C5-1, C8-5, V6-2), Endocavity (C10-3v, C10-4EC), Linear (L12-3, L12-5 50, L18-5, VL13-5, eL18-4), Pencil Probe (D2cwc, D2tcd, D5cwc), TEE (S7-3t, X7-2t, X8-2T), xMATRIX (X5-1, C6-1)