Acuson P50 Portable Ultra-sound Machine
The Acuson P50 ultra-sound machine from Siemens has specially designed features that make it an awesome companion for a doctor. fully featured, highly portable, ultra-sound machine running as a Windows application on an Apple MacBook Pro notebook computer. It features fundamental and harmonic modes, anatomical M-mode, color Doppler and Doppler tissue imaging, and 2-D/B-mode. The Acuson P50 ultra-sound machine is power, performance, and reliability in a portable package that can be taken anywhere it is needed. The P50 is designed to enhance workflow, promote efficiency and diagnostic confidence. The Siemens P50 features a slide out control panel to perform ultrasound exams, process images, and generate reports
It comes with integrated echocardiography software and is designed for mobile applications in cardiology as well as vascular applications and use in the operating room and anesthesiology departments. The P50 can be used as a standard Internet-enabled PC that also runs common office applications. The system's flexible architecture displays excellent ultra-sound images and gives users a number of tools for image post-processing. What makes the P50 a complete all rounder is that besides performing complex tasks for the doctor, it allows them to perform the basics as well; like surfing the net making power point presentations and write emails.
Power, performance and a personalized system for your workflow needs.
The ACUSON P50 ultra-sound machine is designed to work smart in any environment. It features excellent image quality across a range of cardiovascular diagnostic applications.
Portable and powerful. Fully featured, stylish and the Acuson P50 ultra-sound machine weighs a bit more than 5 kg hence portable. the ACUSON P50 system can easily be moved to where it is needed — among exam rooms, satellite clinics, mobile imaging sites and operating rooms
Full notebook functionality. The ACUSON P50 system runs as a Microsoft® Windows® application on an Apple MacBook Pro notebook computer platform . The P50 is built off of an Apple MacBook laptop with 2 GB RAM, a 160 GB hard disk and a 2.0GHz Intel Dual-Core Pentium M processor. Slide out the control panel to perform ultrasound exams, process images, and generate reports. When not connected to the Internet, it has up to two hours of battery life, making it fully equipped for emergency situations.