ULTRASOUND WS80A UGEO REV 3.00
21.5" LED Monitor with Articulating Arm, OB/GYN/ Vascular/Urology Preset and Application, Color Doppler, PW Doppler M-Mode, Power Doppler, 4D, 3DXI, DICOM(SR), XI STIC, Panoramic, VolumeNT, 3DMXI, Convex SCI, MPI DynamicMR(+) Fetal Realistic Vue (HDLive), 5D CNS, 5D Follicle, Elastoscan 2D NT, 5D LB, 5D NT, 5D Limb Vol., Spatial Compound Imaging, AutoIMT+, E-Thyroid, E-Breast Crystal Vue(Flow).
Hybrid Beamforming Technology:
Samsung’s innovative hybrid beamformer technology is comprised of both advanced hardware and software, allowing for intricate digital programming, which better defines the shape of the ultrasound pulse. This provides more precise transmission and reception of the ultrasound signal, resulting in exceptional image clarity.
In addition to the advanced beamforming capabilities, the WS80A Elite incorporates the next generation single crystal probe technology called S-Vue™ transducers. Employing a superior crystal design, S-Vue™ transducers provide more efficient piezoelectric properties, resulting in wider bandwidths for superior penetration and higher quality resolution on even the most challenging of patients.
ClearVision™ is an advanced multi-filtering technology designed to decrease speckle, enhance border detection and display exceptional contrast resolution. ClearVision™ significantly enhances image clarity, providing more confident assessment of fetal anatomy.
S-Flow™ is a highly sensitive Doppler technology utilizing both phase (directional) and amplitude data to ensure confident vascular documentation on even the smallest peripheral vessels.
MPI provides a quick and efficient method of performing fetal Myocardial Performance Index Doppler measurements. MPI also improves workflow during fetal heart examinations with an easy one-click operation.
ElastoScan™ technology facilitates an effective method for assessment and documentation of tissue stiffness. ElastoScan™ may prove an effective adjunct to conventional grayscale imaging, often providing more defined visualization of tumor margins.