In a field of limited choices, the Chison ECO 6 offers color Doppler for those with smaller budgets.
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The GE NextGen Logiq e is a very capable ultrasound machine. But what about its predecessor, the Logiq e? Watch my comparison video of these two popular portable ultrasound machines.
The NextGen Logiq e is appropriately named. It’s a welcome upgrade to the Logiq e, and it is much more competitive and in-line with other systems on the market today.
They’re the same, yet totally different.
I hate to say not to expect too much. But for the price, size, and performance… the Vscan has a place in this market and physicians like it, too.
On a Spec Sheet, these two industry leaders appear to attract the same type of buyer. On closer look, there are a lot of things that differentiate the key markets for these two ultrasound machines.
In a crowded and competitive price range, two systems stand out as great options for a reasonably priced ultrasound machine. These two can perform a wide variety of functions and are very practical. Which one is best for you?
DICOM setup can be difficult on simple machines… and the Vivid iq is anything but simple. This video will walk you through, step-by-step, in setting up DICOM on your Vivid iq successfully.
In this part of our video training I cover all the various screens and pages with explanations of the more important system setup features. The Vivid iq setup can be as complicated as you choose. While some prefer the system defaults, your workflow can be changed to work with your preferences.
The GE Vivid iq can export images to USB, Network, and DICOM/PACS. This video covers reviewing images, comparing images, creating a report and exporting. The Vivid iq is best used for exporting to the DICOM format.