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The GE Logiq e ultrasound is perhaps one of the most widely used and well-known portable ultrasounds on the market today. Designed as a mid-range, laptop-sized device, the GE Logiq e balances features and price for its shared-service capabilities for OB/GYN, abdominal, GI, point-of-care, and cardiovascular applications. Some of the main benefits of the GE Logiq e ultrasound include:
- Range of customization capabilities to speed workflow and meet your exact needs
- Portable ultrasound technology that doesn’t compromise on image quality
- True Shared Services capabilities with a stress echo option
- Excellent ultrasound machine for MSK, orthopedic, vascular, venous, and needle guided injections
There are a few key reasons as to why the GE Logiq e has remained as a popular ultrasound machine, including its price, its ability to perform, and its wide range of capabilities. In fact, the Logiq e has always been an affordable solution for a quality, feature-laden portable ultrasound machine.
GE Logiq e Diagnostic Imaging
The GE Logiq e ultrasound is widely popular for some of the most pressing medical and diagnostic imaging applications, including anesthesia, head and neck, musculoskeletal, point-of-care, rheumatology, OB/GYN, abdominal, and more.
To aid users in providing better, more accurate diagnostic imaging, the GE Logiq e leverages some of the following technologies:
- TruScan Architecture
- Power Doppler Imaging (PDI) helps detect blood flow
- Rendered panoramic images up to 60cm
- Simultaneous split-screen that shows two, side-by-side images for live scanning
- SmartScan and ComfortScan technologies
GE Logiq e Ultrasound Ease-of-Use
Providing improved image resolution and quality in point-of-care situations, along with anatomy-specific presets and the ability to display only the functions you need, the GE Logiq e ultrasound allows users to focus more on the patient and the task at-hand, instead of the ultrasound’s control panel. For this reason, whether you’re conducting basic scans or more advanced procedures.
Other ease-of-use features of the GE Logiq e include:
- Ability to manually optimize images or choose automatic optimization through dedicated, anatomy-specific imaging settings
- Ability to save your own preferred settings
- Tilt/rotate adjustable monitor with a 15-inch LCD screen
- Needle recognition technology for guided procedures
- Dicom 3.0
The GE Logiq e is also fully digital and allows for export to external hard drive, network, flash drive, and DVD.
Lastly, the GE Logiq e ultrasound is highly portable, weighing about 11.5lbs, and in combination with its durability, the GE Logiq e serves as a reliable tool when conducting on-site scans.
Providian also carries New GE Logiq e ultrasound machines at BT12 revision level with an extended warranty included in the price.
Providian Medical Logiq e Ultrasound Review:
We give the Logiq e high praise. It has been a long-standing icon for a laptop-sized portable ultrasound machine. GE has continuously improved on this platform and has been among our most popular portable used ultrasound machines for sale. Its versatility is one of the reasons it’s been so popular. We’ve sold it in nearly every small, medium and large offices, as well as many hospital departments for Point-of-Care scanning.
Talk to one of our experts today about the GE Logiq e and they’ll help decide if the refurbished GE Logiq e is right for you.
|Applications||Abdominal, Cardiac, OB/GYN, Musculoskeletal, Anesthesia, Pediatrics, Neonatal, Urology, Vascular, General Imaging, Venous, Superficial, Veterinary|
|Features||M-Mode, Anatomical M-Mode, Color Doppler, Power Doppler, PW Doppler, CW Doppler, Tissue Doppler, HPRF, Tissue Harmonics, IMT, Compound Imaging, Speckle Reduction, Panoramic, Needle Visualization, Stress Echo, DICOM, Auto Optimization|
|Year Built||2007 – 2017|
|Active Probe Ports||1|
|Video and Output Options||Ethernet, VGA, USB, Wireless|
|Monitor||15" High Resolution LCD|
|Dimensions||10 lbs, 3" x 14" x 13"|
|Export Options||DICOM, AVI, JPG, MPEGVue, RAW, USB|
|DICOM Options||Store, Print, Verify, Worklist, Commitment, MPPS, Structured Reports|
|PC Export Formats||AVI, JPG|
|Power (USA)||100-240V, 50/60 Hz|
|HDD Size||160GB - 1.5TB|
|Software Revisions||BT06, BT07, BT08, BT11|
|Max Cine Memory||1,000 Frames|
|Maximum Depth (cm)||30|
|Max Frame Rate (FPS)||325|
|Accessories||Footswitch, Barcode Scanner, Docking Station, Cart, Printer, Wireless Adapter, VCR, DVD-Recorder, CD/DVD R/W|
Q:Can I use the GE Logiq e for needle-guidance procedures such as nerve block?
Q:What is BT06, BT11, BT12, on GE ultrasound machines?
Q:Do you have a Quick Guide or Quick Start reference for knobology on the Logiq e?
Q:Does the Logiq e connect to USB storage devices?
Q:Can I connect the GE Logiq e portable ultrasound machine to my network to store my images or send them to a radiologist for review?
Q:What is CrossXBeam?
Q:What is SRI Speckle Reduction Imaging?
Q:What is Coded Harmonic Imaging?
Q:What probes work with the GE Logiq e model ultrasound system?
Q:Does Providian offer any service contracts with the purchase of the GE Logiq e?
Q:Do you have the manual for the GE Logiq e ultrasound system?
Q:Can the GE Logiq e ultrasound machine be shipped outside of the United States?
Q:Does the GE Logiq e ultrasound machine work with 220 voltage?
Q:Does Providian Medical offer any financing options for the GE Logiq e?
Q:Would Providian be interested in buying the GE Logiq e? I have one that I am looking to sell.
Step 1: Getting Started
The very popular GE Logiq e and Vivid e ultrasound machines can be a complex, difficult-to-use system once you get beyond the basic scanning.
That’s not to say it’s difficult for everyone, but for those looking to using its more advanced features, such as system customization and DICOM setup, few people get can correctly perform these functions without some sort of initial difficulty.
Part 1 of the GE Logiq e Ultrasound Training Series is an overview of the entire Logiq e ultrasound machine, and addresses the various functions and features that are not as obvious.
This is an important video in the training series, as it provides an overview of how the ultrasound works and addresses some features that are not obvious.
More experienced users may not want to skip this part, as it may address items that aren’t as intuitive.
Step 2: 2D Imaging/Optimization
Here you’ll learn about the general imaging process and all the key features about starting an exam, adjusting the image, saving, reviewing, and optimizing the image.
This video builds on Part 1, addressing key features built into the Logiq e, and important items that are not completely intuitive.
Step 3: Measurements/Calcs
The Logiq e’s package can be cumbersome but fairly straightforward. It’s very customizable for those who prefer more automated measurements and calculation processes. This training video covers the basics and understanding how it works.
Step 4: Doppler/M-Mode
Using Doppler and M-Mode on the GE Logiq e is relatively straightforward, however, there are some hidden customizations and optimization features that are not known by most users.
This chapter addresses the basics and more advanced features of using Doppler on the GE Logiq e portable ultrasound machine.
Step 5: Exporting/Connectivity
While this process is not intuitive, the connectivity and export options on the Logiq e are powerful and diverse. However, unfortunately you’ll need solid knowledge of your network or access to an IT professional, as well as information from your PACS/DICOM provider.
This video shows how to export images, and where to go to input the data received by the PACS administrator (radiologist or DICOM server admin), but you’ll need to get the proper information from the network administrator and PACS admin.
Exporting and connectivity are probably the most difficult functions to understand on the GE Logiq e, and the focus of a great deal of our technical support calls.
Exporting images for viewing on a PC in a PC format such as JPG or AVI can be extremely difficult and often produces poor results. This video discusses exporting in DICOM format and avoiding any other format for exporting images.
For detailed instructions on connecting to DICOM/PACS systems, check out our new that deals with this issue explicitly: Configuring DICOM on the GE Logiq e.
Step 6: Setup/Configuration
Part 6 introduces the Utilities features on the GE Logiq e, which involves customization, presets, and a wide variety of settings on the Logiq e.
These screens can be very complex, but I address what each screen does and you can decide what is important and what is not.
Step 7: DICOM Setup
If you’re trying to export from GE Logiq e or Vivid e ultrasound machine, it’s likely that you’re frustrated, lost, and feeling quite inept at technology.
The biggest problem here is that You don’t have an alternative: If you want to export, you need to connect to a DICOM Server (or PACS) because exporting to DICOM via USB may corrupt loops, MPEGVue is a mess, and don’t even try exporting in PC format to a USB (you may cry).
To help you, here’s our free step-by-step tutorial in configuring your GE Logiq or Vivid e portable ultrasound machine for connecting and sending DICOM files to a PACS system.
Please note that your Vivid e or Logiq e may have slightly different screens, and you may face circumstances that are unique to your situation. However, the screens you’ll see in this video should be similar enough that you can look around and find a similar screen on your machine.
Step 8: Managing Hard Drive Space
At its default setup, the Logiq e and Vivid e ultrasound machines can eat up hard drive space quickly, especially for those saving a lot of clips for cardiac and/or vascular exams. Learn the important steps to free up your hard drive and avoid potentially disastrous problems resulting from a full hard drive.
Step 9: Improving Frame Rates
Another frequent problem we have are slow frame rates, particularly in color Doppler, on the GE Logiq e and Vivid e ultrasound machines. Here I discuss what we’ve learned to help improve your frame rates in cardiac imaging and other modes.
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