Sonoscape introduced the S9 Pro to more aggressively compete with the full cardiac portable ultrasound machines in the market. With the new S9 Pro portable, you have faster processing and much improved imaging. A go-to ultrasound portable for most applications including shared service. Do not let others tell you it does 100% cardiac because there are some areas like Stress or TEE it may not cover for the full cardiologist.
S9 Pro portable ultrasound is the newest Sonoscape portable with added features. It has a more compact design, more elements in the transducers, greater processing power, more cardiac features than previous models and the imaging is great. A good investment at a reduced cost when compared to GE, Philips.
15″ LCD Monitor
13.3″ Touch Screen User Interface
2 Electronic Probe Connectors
Spatial Compound Imaging utilizes several lines of sight for optimal contrast resolution, speckle reduction and border detection. This makes the S9 Pro ideal for superficial and abdominal imaging with better clarity and improved continuity of structures.
Pulse Inversion Harmonic Imaging
The harmonic signals are fully preserved without degradation of the acoustic information, which makes it possible for the S9 Pro to capture high-level, detailed images and improve contrast resolution by reducing noise and clutter in the visualization of subtle lesions, small parts, vascular and so on.
SonoScape provides the S9 Pro with a new method to support the physician in assessing tissue elasticity. The differences in tissue responses are detected and visualized in real-time by the elastography algorithms through different graphical representations, which can be particularly helpful in analyzing breast, thyroid and musculoskeletal structures.
Real-time panoramic imaging provides an extended field of view display. By gradually moving the probe laterally across the anatomy, a series of images are stitched together to show one continuous image which is wider than the scanning width of the probe, offering
Real time 3D (4D)
Extended Transducer Sockets: ES-130
3C-A Convex (Abdominal, Obstetrics, Gynecology (replaced previous C353) 2-6.8MHz/ R55mm
C322 Convex (Abdominal Biopsy), 2-6.8 MHz/ R20mm
C542 Convex (Abdominal, Pediatrics), 3-11 MHz/ R40mm
C613 Micro-convex (Cardiology, Pediatrics), 4-13 MHz/ R14mm
L742 Linear (Vascular, Small parts, MSK etc.), 4-16MHz/ 38mm
L743 Linear (Vascular, Small parts, MSK etc.), 4-16MHz/ 46mm
L752 Linear (Vascular, Small parts, MSK etc.), 4-16MHz/ 52mm
10L1 Linear (Vascular, Small Parts, MSK etc.), 4-16MHz/ 36mm
4P-A Phased array 4P-A (Cardiac, Transcranial), 1.0-5.4MHz (replaced previous 3P1 Phased Array)
5P2 Phased (Cardiac, Transcranial, Pediatric), 3-9MHz
8P1 Phased (Cardiac, Transcranial, Infant), 6-16MHz
6V1 Endocavity (Gynecology, Obstetrics, Urology), 3-15MHz/ R11mm
6V3 Endocavity (Gynecology, Obstetrics, Urology), 3-15MHz/ R10mm
10I2 Linear (Intra-operative), 4-16 MHz/ 25mm
LAP7 Laparoscope Linear (Intra-operative), 6-16MHz/ 40mm
VC6-2 Volumetric Convex (Obstetrics, Abdominal, Gynecology), 2-6.8MHz/ R40mm
PWD 2.0 (Cardiac, Transcranial), 2.0Mhz
CWD 2.0 (Cardiac, Transcranial), 2.0MHz
CWD 5.0 (Cardiac, Transcranial), 5.0MHz
Transesophageal MPTEE (Cardiology), 4-8.2 MHz
Transesophageal MPTEE Mini (Cardiology, Pediatric), 4-8.2 MHz
EC9-5 Transrectal (Urology), 3-15 MHz/ R8mm
BCL10-5 Biplane (Urology), Convex 3.9-15 MHz/ R10mm, Linear 5-16 MHz/ 60mm
BCC9-5 Biplane (Urology), 3-15 MHz/ R10mm