Enterprise Ultrasound will connect on ultrasound needs and provide the honest differences between portable and cart-based ultrasound machine models.
Things like “what is the difference between the Logiq e BT11, BT12 and NexGen”?
Well, the Logiq e BT12 is an upgraded software adding TDI (tissue Doppler) and IMT (intima media thickness) to automatically measure carotids. The Logiq e NextGen R7 revamps the unit in appearance, hardware/SSD Drive and enabling use of the Higher Frequency linear probe 16L-RS.
How about “what is the difference between the Voluson e6 and the GE Voluson e8”?
Well, the e8 allows for more probe options but if you don’t need them, then you may save money. The e8 may have a little faster processor but most can’t notice it or the difference, and offers more probe options or opportunities. They look the same, the monitor is the same size. HDLive can go on the E8 BT12 or higher and can go on the e6 BT13.
What are good machines, with a small footprint for ob, gyn, and vascular calculations?
Some very good options that can be supported are the GE Logiq P5, Siemens X300, or Toshiba Nemio XG among the many portables like GE Logiq e, Edan DUS50, Sonoscape S2, Chison SonoBook and Ebit60.