General Imaging Ultrasound

One platform. One user experience.

Designed to empower clinical decisions, enhance patient experiences and support efficiency, our portfolio of smart, connected General Imaging ultrasound systems deliver people-centric workflows, a shared platform and interface across our systems to streamline training and staffing flexibility, and image quality that sets us apart.

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June 11, 2024 – August 23, 2024

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Collaboration Live

Extend your team without expanding it. Quickly and securely talk, text, screen share and video stream directly from an ultrasound system to a PC or mobile device, giving up to six care team members the ability to collaborate.

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High-resolutions transducers for swift and precise imaging

Philips offers a wide range of transducers for excellence in doppler and sonography. They feature intelligent imaging technology for 2D, 3D, 4D, flat, static and moving imaging along with an ergonomic design for comfortable scanning. For example, the award-winning mL 26-8 ultra-high frequency, compact linear array transducer allows you to image from eyeball to hip - all with the same transducer.

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Technology Maximizer

With Technology Maximizer Plus, you automatically receive updated innovations for your systems as the updates are released, keeping your systems at the leading edge of clinical and operational value.

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[1] As seen in a study done on the Clinical effectiveness of PureWave technology in imaging obese patients
[2] When comparing release 10 performance to release 7 performance
[3] Internal measure comparison on calibrated tissue phantom between the mC12-3 and C8-5 transducers on the EPIQ Elite ultrasound system.
[4] Compared to the predecessor transducer L15-7io for all depths greater than 1.6 cm.
[5] *Compared to the Philips legacy MVI

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