Ultrasound

The ultimate ultrasound solution
for small parts assessment

EPIQ Evolution 4.0

Ultra-broadband for ultimate ultrasound

 

Introducing the latest Philips innovation: the new ultra-broadband Philips eL18-4 PureWave transducer. The eL18-4 provides exceptional detail resolution and tissue uniformity across a broad range of clinical applications. The combination of ultra-broadband PureWave crystal technology and fine-elevation focusing is a Philips first, bringing extraordinary results to your clinical practice. Reveal more definitive information on tissue stiffness with full-solution elastography. Capitalize on remarkable sensitivity for assessment of slow and weak blood flow with revolutionary MicroFlow Imaging. Plan for more confident interventional procedures with precision biopsy. Ultra-broadband PureWave plus fine-elevation focusing is a breakthrough for you and your patients.

The ultimate solution for small parts assessment

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ElastQ imaging

Real-time shear wave elastography with ElastQ imaging for quantitative assessment.

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MicroFlow Imaging

MicroFlow Imaging, a new proprietary mode designed to detect slow and weak blood flow anatomy in tissue,  provides remarkable sensitively and detail.

 MicroFlow Imaging overcomes many of the barriers associated with conventional methods to detect small vessel flow with high resolution and minimal artifacts.  MicroFlow Imaging maintains high frame rate and 2D image quality while applying artifact reduction techniques. New 2D image subtraction, 2D blending and side-by-side display options offer excellent versatility in visualization. MicroFlow Imaging works with the L12-3, C5-1, C9-2, C8-5, and eL18-4 transducers.

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PureWave imaging

Visualize extraordinary levels of detail, even on technically difficult patients.

 

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eL18-4 PureWave transducer

The new eL18-4 PureWave transducer features a multi-row array configuration to provide thin-slice imaging for exceptional detailed resolution and tissue uniformity from near to far depth of field. 

The eL18-4 PureWave transducer provides superb penetration while maintaining excellent detailed resolution. It supports MicroFlow Imaging, designed to detect slow and weak blood flow in tissue. For a wider field of view, the eL18-4 supports trapezoid imaging. And the combination of the eL18-4, Microflow Imaging, and MaxVue provides precision interventional guidance. 

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Fusion and navigation

Simplified image fusion with automated registration. Enhanced needle navigation to improve workflow. 

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Elastography

The eL18-4 transducer is designed to support a complete elastography solution. Highly sensitive strain imaging can be used to rapidly assess relative tissue stiffness values across a variety of applications . 

Shear wave elastography utilizes a unique pulsing scheme to generate and detect the propagation speed of shear waves, providing an absolute measure of tissue stiffness. The ability to combine both methods of elastography and deliver excellent imaging performance is an extraordinary clinical accomplishment that helps advance clinical practice.

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Contrast enhanced ultrasound

Contrast enhanced ultrasound is seamlessly integrated into the standard workflow.

 

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Precision biopsy

Biopsy procedures, for many practices, are a routine part of an ultrasound examination. Using precision-guided biopsy techniques provides confidence in obtaining tissue targets to reduce multiple needle passes. 

The eL18-4 is compatible with the Civco Verza Guidance System,* providing an advanced biopsy guidance system with virtually no dead zone. In addition, needle visualization software optimizes display of needle reflections for enhanced confidence during procedures. interventional guidance. 

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eL18-4 PureWave transducer

The new eL18-4 PureWave transducer features a multi-row array configuration to provide thin-slice imaging for exceptional detailed resolution and tissue uniformity from near to far depth of field. 

The eL18-4 PureWave transducer provides superb penetration while maintaining excellent detailed resolution. It supports MicroFlow Imaging, designed to detect slow and weak blood flow in tissue. For a wider field of view, the eL18-4 supports trapezoid imaging. And the combination of the eL18-4, Microflow Imaging, and MaxVue provides precision interventional guidance. 

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MicroFlow Imaging using the Philips eL18-4 transducer

MicroFlow Imaging

MicroFlow Imaging, a new proprietary mode designed to detect slow and weak blood flow anatomy in tissue,  provides remarkable sensitively and detail.

 MicroFlow Imaging overcomes many of the barriers associated with conventional methods to detect small vessel flow with high resolution and minimal artifacts.  MicroFlow Imaging maintains high frame rate and 2D image quality while applying artifact reduction techniques. New 2D image subtraction, 2D blending and side-by-side display options offer excellent versatility in visualization. MicroFlow Imaging works with the L12-3, C5-1, C9-2, C8-5, and eL18-4 transducers.

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Elastography

The eL18-4 transducer is designed to support a complete elastography solution. Highly sensitive strain imaging can be used to rapidly assess relative tissue stiffness values across a variety of applications . 

Shear wave elastography utilizes a unique pulsing scheme to generate and detect the propagation speed of shear waves, providing an absolute measure of tissue stiffness. The ability to combine both methods of elastography and deliver excellent imaging performance is an extraordinary clinical accomplishment that helps advance clinical practice.

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Precision biopsy

Biopsy procedures, for many practices, are a routine part of an ultrasound examination. Using precision-guided biopsy techniques provides confidence in obtaining tissue targets to reduce multiple needle passes. 

The eL18-4 is compatible with the Civco Verza Guidance System,* providing an advanced biopsy guidance system with virtually no dead zone. In addition, needle visualization software optimizes display of needle reflections for enhanced confidence during procedures. interventional guidance. 

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Remarkable visualization and worklow

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MaxVue

With the touch of a button, MaxVue brings full high-definition display quality to ultrasound imaging. 

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Obstetric visualization tools

New visualization tools deliver lifelike 3D fetal images to enhance workflow and deliver the face they are longing to see.

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Tools for streamlined workflow

New OB workflow tools for streamline fetal measurement and report generation while new GYN features elevate imaging versatility.

New cardiovascular capabilities

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X8-2t Transducer

The next generation of Live 3D TEE is here, with an improved acoustic design that is meant to work optimally with the imaging technology of EPIQ nSIGHT imaging. 
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“Truly Live” 3D Echo

From transthoracic to transesophageal echo, bring Live 3D to the forefront of your diagnostic and interventional echo research and clinical practice. 

Innovative clinical solutions

 

Discover the definitive features and capabilities that bring the ultimate ultrasound solution for liver disease assessment, treatment, and monitoring. 

Philips is committed to meeting the changing needs of healthcare through meaningful innovation.  Our best advice to clinicians considering a purchase of premium ultrasound?  Look at the past, look at the present, and look at the future. Look at EPIQ.

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