With the success and expansion of its 4D cardiac imaging, GE completely redesigned the GE Vivid 7 Dimension with an emphasis on 4D cardiac imaging and solid ergonomics. The result was the GE Vivid E9 ultrasound, a highly customizable, powerful shared-service system that’s arguably the most versatile and top-performing cardiac ultrasound machine on the market.
Through the E9’s Accelerated Volume Architecture, this ultrasound features eight times the processing power when compared to conventional ultrasounds. This means a large field-of-view that’s ideal for capturing the entire heart with high frame rates and comprehensive diagnostic information. This imaging architecture also means fewer artifacts and enhanced resolution.
4D cardiological imaging has become a more prevalent practice as cardiologists continue to learn about its usefulness and accuracy. Additionally, 4D ultrasound usage is especially efficient and effective for cardiac studies, including stress echo studies. Other 4D technologies featured in the E9 ultrasound include:
As the price decreases each additional year, a refurbished Vivid e9 is quickly becoming an affordable 4D cardiology ultrasound.
Taking a high-performance 4D cardiac ultrasound with you has never been easier with the GE Vivid E9. It features a slim, lightweight, and maneuverable design, and with its adjustable, ergonomic keyboard, the E9 ultrasound is convenient and comfortable when handling and operating it.
The Vivid E9 also includes a 17-inch, all-digital and high-definition LCD display that tilts and swivels to provide the most comfortable viewing angle.
The GE Vivid E9 with XDClear allows a wide range of transducers allowing for cardiac, vascular, abdominal, pediatric, neonatal, fetal heart, obstetric, gynecologic, urological, transcranial small parts, and more.
Imaging with the D-Series transducers is ergonomic and it optimizes image quality through its connection with the Accelerated Volume Architecture of the Vivid E9 ultrasound. Additionally, some of the probe technologies include: