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The new Chison Q9 ultrasound machine is Chison’s high-end portable shared service color Doppler ultrasound machine. In addition to CW Doppler, it also has 4D technology with solid frame rates and very good image quality. Chison also introduced VirtualHD 4D imaging, which is similar to GE’s HDLive 4D imaging technology.
A three-year warranty on the system, exclusive to Providian Medical, is something to strongly consider when comparing to other ultrasound systems in its class.
In addition to solid imaging performance, compound imaging, speckle reduction and 4D imaging, the Q9 has incorporated some more advanced imaging capabilities. Elastography and Needle Enhancement software.
As the more advanced sibling to the Chison Q5, the Q9 adds some features that are not available on the Q5. These include CW Doppler, TDI, Steered M-Mode, ECG, 2D Steering, QuadPlex (autotrace with color, spectral PW, and 2D imaging), and Color M-Mode. An 18-MHz linear probe is also very attractive for those performing superficial imaging.
Providian Medical Chison Q9 Portable Ultrasound Review:
When compared to others in its price range, the Q9 ranks among the top systems. It has its strengths where it outperforms others, particularly with the 18MHz probe for superficial imaging.
Additionally, we’ve tested the 4D imaging capabilities on live patients and found that this was the first new system in its price range to have truly good 4D obstetric imaging. In the past, competitors have produced simply passable 4D systems, but none that could truly be used as solid “babyface” ultrasound machines.
The 3-year System warranty makes this among the most attractive mid-upper range portable ultrasound machines. Typically a 3-year warranty on such a system would cost nearly the price of the ultrasound. Instead, it’s just slightly higher priced than its nearest competitor. This is arguably the best bargain in its price range.
|Imaging Modes||2D, 3D/4D|
|Applications||Abdominal, OB/GYN, Urology, Small Parts, Pediatrics, Vascular, Musculoskeletal, Cardiac, General Imaging, Venous, Superficial, Breast, TCD|
|Features||4D Virtual HD (HDLive), M-Mode, Anatomical M-Mode, Color Doppler, CW Doppler, PW Doppler, Power Doppler, Directional Color Power Doppler, Tissue Doppler, HPRF, Compound Imaging, Speckle Reduction, Tissue Harmonics, IMT, Elastography, Panoramic, Auto Optimization, Needle Visualization, DICOM, 3D/4D|
|Year Built||2012– Current|
|Video and Output Options||VGA, S-Video, Composite Video, USB, Ethernet|
|Dimensions||23 lbs, 15.5" x 7.2" x 14.5"|
|Export Options||Network Storage, USB|
|DICOM Options||Store, Print, Worklist, MPPS, Structured Reports|
|PC Export Formats||AVI, JPG, BMP|
|Power (USA)||100-240V, 50/60 Hz|
|Max Cine Memory||256 Frames|
|Maximum Depth (cm)||30|
|Accessories||Printer, Footswitch, VCR, DVD-Recorder, Cart|
Q: Does the Chison Q9 have a high frequency linear for MSK, orthopedic and other superficial imaging?
Q: What is Virtual HD on the Chison Q9?
Q: What is SuperNeedle Software?
Q: 3-Year warranty?
Q: Is Chison a good manufacturer?
Q: Do you have the manual for the Chison Q9 ultrasound system?
Q: Does the Chison ultrasound machine work with 220 voltage?
Q: Does Providian offer any financing options for the Q9?
Q: Would Providian be interested in buying the Q9? I have one that I am looking to sell.
Step 1: Introduction/Overview
This video provides an important overview and tour of the Chison Q9 portable ultrasound machine. The training in this video provides a base for the seven videos in this knobology ultrasound training.
4D imaging is also covered in this series as an eighth video in the series. You can skip this part of the training if you’re not performing 4D Imaging.
Although you can view each video in this series individually, there are some parts of the machine that are covered in the first and second training videos that will help make sense of the machine for you.
Step 2: 2D Imaging/Optimization
This video training will give you the most insight into the various menus and hidden features for optimizing images on the Chison Q9 Portable shared service ultrasound machine.
Step 3: Doppler/M-Mode
The Q9 has PW, CW, Color, and Power Doppler. For M-Mode, there is standard and “steered” or anatomical M-Mode.
Step 4: Measurements/Annotations
Part 4 of the Q9 knobology video training series covers the use of Annotations and Measurements & Analysis packages of the Chison Q9 Portable shared service ultrasound machine.
Step 5: Save/Review Images
There are a few important things to know about saving images on the Q9, as it has an option that is rare on ultrasound machines. Part 5 will teach you about saving images, clips and portions of clips, as well as how to use the cine review and clipboard features.
Step 6: Review/Export
When the exam is complete there are options you have for exporting and deleting your images for the exam. You can also place images within your report.
Step 7: Setup/Customization
In this seventh installment of the Training Video Series, you’ll learn the important steps in customizing your ultrasound machine.
There are quite a few menus to go through, but it’s an excellent exercise in understanding the machine and how you can best make it work for you.
Step 8: 4D Imaging
Learn how to operate the machine in 4D mode, and learn some tips about getting the best 4D ultrasound image.
For a more in-depth tutorial on learning how to create great 4D ultrasound images, see our training library.
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