PSHITM (Phase Shift Harmonic Imaging)
Purified harmonic imaging for better contrast resolution and more defined image generation with excellent resolution and reduced noise.
THI (Tissue Harmonic Imaging)
Using the second harmonics generated by the tissue boundary layers, THI significantly improves contrast resolution and improves image quality especially for technically difficult subjects.
TSI (Tissue Specific Imaging): optimizes image quality based on the properties of the tissue being scanned. Four imaging options are available including, in general, muscle, fluid and fat.
It allows the use of multiple scan angles to form a single image, providing better contrast resolution and better visualization
Quality images thanks to the optimization of the gain thanks to the automatic structural detection:
More defined and continuous contours
Smooth and uniform fabrics
Cleaner: no “areas without eco”
Beam generation with echo optimization
The echo-optimized beam generator allows the use of echo signals from traditionally neglected adjacent beams to form an imaging beam and is more refined and powerful, providing better resolution of “out of focus” images and greater image penetration
Multiple beam generation
A maximum of 12 functions for a transmitted beam, resulting in excellent resolution times and a higher frame rate.
Free Xros MTM
Gain an accurate anatomical observation by freely placing sampling lines at any angle. Obtaining better images through the simultaneous display of up to 3 sampling lines.
Free Xros CMTM
Evaluation with precision of myocardial movement in different phases, and simultaneous determination of myocardial synchronization. High frame rate that provides accurate results.
An intelligent way to analyze 2D echographic clips to automatically recognize diastole/systole frames and EDV/ESV/EF output, etc., with the Simpson method.
TDI (Tissue Doppler Imaging) allows quantitative evaluation of local myocardial movement and function, providing complete TDI modalities for faster and more direct diagnosis