SonoScape S9 Ultrasound
The SonoScape S9, released in June 2013, is an impressive portable ultrasound machine. It’s the first portable with a full touchscreen interface that is separate from the imaging screen. It’s extremely easy to use, fast, and the image quality is excellent.
Image Quality & Performance With the SonoScape S9 Ultrasound
In addition to its hand-carried, futuristic design, the SonoScape S9 features complete and comprehensive applications for the following:
- Small Parts
- And others…
The S9 ultrasound is able to meet your clinical needs with advanced imaging technology, providing more detailed diagnostic information while aiming to increase diagnostic accuracy and confidence. As a full shared-service portable ultrasound with 4D imaging capabilities and integrated Stress Echo, this portable ultrasound is versatile and innovative.
Some of the S9 ultrasound’s imaging technologies include:
- Pulse Inversion Harmonics
- Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI)
- Automatic Tissue Optimization Technology (ATO)
- Complete Doppler Capabilities
Its 15″ LCD monitor tilts up to 45-degrees, as well, making it easier to view in a variety of situations. This SonoScape ultrasound is also compatible with a wide range of ultrasound transducers also available, ranging from linear array probes to microconvex and phased array.
Discover Optimized and Efficient Workflows
The SonoScape S9 is a reliable ultrasound that aims to give users the best and most comfortable experience. As a result, this ultrasound optimizes patient flows.
Starting from the interface, the S9 ultrasound offers an uncluttered and easy-to-use feel. This also means no more hunting unnecessary hardkeys and confusing softkeys for the right imaging controls. You can also customize its look, brightness, and font, making the S9 easy on the eyes.
We found the SonoScape S9 to be a very impressive ultrasound machine with excellent image quality. Its touchscreen user interface is very user-friendly, efficient, and well-designed. We tested the S9 side-by-side with large console ultrasounds and some of the top portable ultrasound machines on the market… we found that the image quality is comparable or better than some of the best portable ultrasound machines for sale.
To say we are impressed with the SonoScape S9 portable ultrasound unit would be an understatement. This is is a great machine.
|Imaging Modes||2D, 3D/4D|
|Applications||Abdominal, Vascular, Cardiac, OB/GYN, Urology, Musculoskeletal, Small Parts, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Superficial, General Imaging, Venous, TCD, TEE|
|Features||M-Mode, Anatomical M-Mode, PW Doppler, CW Doppler, Color Doppler, Power Doppler, Directional Color Power Doppler, Tissue Harmonics, Compound Imaging, Panoramic, IMT, Tissue Doppler, HPRF, Stress Echo, DICOM, 3D/4D, Speckle Reduction|
|Year Built||2013– Current|
|Active Probe Ports||2|
|Video and Output Options||Composite Video, VGA, S-Video, USB|
|Monitor||15″ High Resolution LCD|
|Dimensions||17lbs 16″ x 14″ x 15.5″|
|Export Options||DICOM, USB, JPG, AVI, TIFF, BMP, WMV|
|DICOM Options||Store, Print, Commitment, Worklist, MPPS, Query/Retrieve|
|PC Export Formats||TIFF, AVI, WMV, JPG, BMP|
|Power (USA)||110-240V, 50/60 Hz|
|Max Cine Memory||1,000 Frames|
|Maximum Depth (cm)||42|
|Accessories||Footswitch, DVD-Recorder, Printer|