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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

4 D Voluson ultrasound 730 Expert

4D Voluson ultrasound 730 Expert

GE is defining a new age of ultrasound. We call it Volume Ultrasound. GE's Voluson 730 Expert is a powerful system that enables real-time techniques for acquiring, navigating and analyzing volumetric images so that you can make clinical decisions with unprecedented confidence.

With Voluson 730, you can now acquire and construct volumetric images in
real time – up to 40 volumes per second.

The system allows you to explore images in any plane to reveal the smallest details with stunning clarity and apply sophisticated analytical tools to answer virtually any of your clinical questions.

In an environment where stability is critical, GE’s exclusive 4D transducer technology allows for quick volume scans on neonates. Whether you are imaging the brain or abdomen, you can dramatically reduce environment distress.
Volume Ultrasound not only improves your 3D/4D capabilities, it enhances your 2D imaging as well, for even greater diagnostic confidence in your obstetrical, gynecologic, breast and general imaging studies.

Now we can see your bay with amazing clarity using state of the art GE 4 D ultrasound imaging, Voluson 730 Expert comes with the fastest $D video imaging and clearest 4D photo. We will be able to see our baby yawn, hiccups, smile and even blink as can be captured these moments by 4D ultrasound DVD and in 3 D ultrasound photographs.

MODEL Voluson 730 EXPERT
POWER NEEDED 100-130/220-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1,010 VA maximum
DIMENSIONS (HXWXD) CM, (IN) (DISPLAY) 142.5 x 67.8 x 100 (56.1 x 26.7 x 39.4)
WEIGHT, kg (lb) (DISPLAY) 136 (300)
CLINICAL USES See comments for possible applications.Abdominal, OB/GYN, breast, small parts, vascular, peripheral, transcranial, neonatal, pediatric, urology, musculoskeletal


  • 3-D ultrasound can furnish us with a 3 dimensional image of what we are scanning. The transducer takes a series of images, thin slices, of the subject, and the computer processes these images and presents them as a 3 dimensional image. Using computer controls, the operator can obtain views that might not be available using ordinary 2-D ultrasound scan. The scans requires special probes and software to accumulate and render the images, and the rendering time has been reduced from minutes to fractions of a seconds. M-F 10am-8pm Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm. 4d ultrasound

    By Blogger Chris lang, At April 7, 2014 at 5:35 PM  

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