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Specifications for the Philips iU22 currently in stock:

YOM: 2008

Probes: L12-5 and C8-5

Options: Basic 3D Imaging, Clinical Option: Abdomen, Netlink DICOM 3.0, Clinical Option: Contrast – General Imaging, Language Option: English, SmartExam, Clinical Option: GYN, Clinical Option: Musculoskeletal, Clinical Option: OB, Panaromic Imaging, Clinical Option: Pediatric, Clinical Option: Premium Imaging, Clinical Option: Small Parts, Clinical Option: TCD, Clinical Option: Urology, Clinical Option: Vascular, and PAL Video Option.

Applications: Vascular

Philips IU22 Ultrasound machine

Philips iU22 – General Information

The Philips iU22 pushes the boundaries of image quality and automated quantification. It will help clinicians face the challenges within Women’s Health – Diverse needs, schedules, and tight budgets that require efficiency and simplicity.

Volume imaging is necessary for many types of ultrasound examinations. With this system, you can easily integrate this into your exams. Clinicians can extract data during the exam or after their patient has left. The Philips iU22 quantifies data on-cart or off-cart, and transfers images and measurements to reports with ease.

Achieving the absolute best image quality is critical for addressing diagnostic challenges. Therefore, Philips focused on probe design and technologies that increase the clarity and accuracy of the data. You can count on high-quality images from each exam with the Philips iU22.

The technologies are revolutionary – the xSTREAM architecture is all digital. It is powerful and processes large amounts of data simultaneously in real time. It also supports a broadband beamformer. Furthermore, it is very fast and performs over 250 billion operations per second. Hereby, it makes real-time performance possible in all modes. The Philips iU22 is an excellent ultrasound system, and offers cutting-edge 2D, 3D, 4D, MPR, and Live xPlane applications as well as new volume capabilities.

Another Philips iU22 feature is SonoCT. This is a technology that acquires up to nine lines of sight, without any special probe maneuvers. Additionally, it combines the individual images into one very clearly defined image. Hereby, images display striking levels of tissue differentiation, virtually free from artifacts.

Advanced XRES

This technology takes image brightness to the next level and it comes from MRI. However, they adapted it for ultrasound systems to reduce artifacts and improve border definition. SonoCT and XRES work together to display excellent images. This makes clinicians more confident when deciding on a diagnosis.

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iU22 Presented by Junfeng Song, Ultrasound Product Manager

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