SONOSCAPE E2/E3

SONOSCAPE E2

E2 is a color Doppler ultrasound system that reaches beyond your expectations due to its compact and fashionable appearance. It fulfills GI, OB/GYN, Cardiac and POC applications to fit your routine scanning needs while its color mode will help you for more accurate and efficient diagnosis of lesions. E2 provides wide range of applications to assist users for routine scanning. E2 provides automatic calculations to enhance your diagnostic confidence and save you time for patient communication.

SONOSCAPE E3

A brand new portable ultrasound system E3, brings you a distinct experience with SonoScape’s traditional imaging technologies. E3’s accurate B mode and sensitive color signal give crisp, detailed images to improve your scanning experience while increasing your diagnostic confidence.

 

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SONOSCAPE E2

Auto Image Optimization

With the press of a button the image is automatically adjusted and optimized, saving you time with parameter adjustments. Additionally, with Auto Focus on, the focus area follows the depth of the ROI box as it is moved in the scanning field, providing users an excellent image quality in the desired area of interested.

Automated Calculation

Auto IMT is used when determining the level of vascular sclerosis present in the patient by automatically tracing the thickness of the carotid vessels.
Auto trace provides users sensitive and accurate wave tracing, avoiding error of manual trace and giving out calculation result in no time

 

SONOSCAPE E3

C-field Beam

The continuously dynamic focus provides more energy which contributes to higher contrast resolution, signal-noise ratio and uniformity in the image.

μ-Scan

The latest generation of μ-Scan imaging greatly enhances the image by reducing noise, improving signal strength and improving visualization.

SR Flow

With SR Flow the sonographers can easily see in detail very small veins and slower velocities for the detailed blood flow information of the patient.

Tissue Specific Imaging

The system detects different tissues automatically by matching different acoustic ranges, from which the user can then acquire images with more uniformity and higher spatial resolution.