Transducers are the core of Ultrasound technology. Integrating physics, electronics and geometrics in their design is the greatest engineering challenge of the Signal Processing Chain.
Transducers are the primary component of a Signal Processing Chain, the system that leads to the final diagnostic image.
Although a great deal of time has been spent on the optimization of scan converters, post-processing algorithms, and sophisticated speckle-reduction technologies, ultrasound transducers remain a scanner’s primary interface between patient and user.
The design, material, and manufacturing technology of transducers are the main determinants of an ultrasound system’s image quality. Thanks to the innovation of gold standard ultrasound transducers, iQProbes offer state-of-the-art imaging.
- Active matrix composite material
- Single Crystal
- Multiple adaptive layers
- Bi-con geometric lens
- appleprobe design
- Extensive use of applications with extended wideband convex, linear, phased array, volumetric, intraoperative and special transducer shapes.
- 21.5” LCD widescreen monitor
- Zero-click automation
- Tailored configuration
- Large probe portfolio
- Booting time less than 15 sec*
* from stand-by mode
The convex and endocavity probes provide excellent image quality for women’s health applications. The 3D convex probe can also be used for standard examinations.
MyLab™X6 is equipped with comprehensive cardiac and vascular configurations. It is a complete system for any cardiovascular ultrasound exam featuring customizable measurements and reporting.
Esaote’s new MyLab™X6 covers all clinical needs, from abdominal to endocrinological applications, to establish a diagnosis and provide the best possible therapy and follow-up.