Philips InnoSight For Sale
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The refurbished Philips InnoSight is a compact tablet-style portable ultrasound machine designed for point-of-care applications (bedside ultrasound) for quick diagnosis and high mobility.
The used Philips InnoSight is a shared service system with Continuous Wave Doppler, allowing it to perform basic cardiac as well as OB/GYN, Small Parts, Vascular, MSK, Needle Guidance, and Abdominal imaging.
The InnoSight includes Philips’ imaging technologies such as SonoCT compound imaging, XRES speckle reduction imaging, Power Doppler, Directional Color Power Doppler, Trapezoidal Imaging, Anatomical M-Mode, Needle Visualization, Tissue Harmonics and DICOM compatibility.
WiFi, optional small-footprint cart, and USB expands the InnoSight’s capabilities to allow for excellent portability and connectivity options. It can also boot in less than 2 seconds from sleep mode (25 seconds from a cold boot). It has a glove-compatible 11.6″ touchscreen.
While it is a touchscreen based user interface, a Bluetooth keyboard and wireless mouse can be added.
Providian Medical Philips InnoSight Review:
Built with durability and portability in mind, the InnoSight is another tablet-style ultrasound to offer to the popular point-of-care ultrasound market. Image quality is among the best in the tablet-style ultrasound market but a bit pricey … as most Philips systems are. It is a highly portable ultrasound that is a very good choice for those seeking a very portable, quick-diagnosis machine.
Refurbished Philips InnoSight Features
- 11.6" glove compatible touchscreen
- Internal battery
- 5.5 lbs
- Optional cart
- Bluetooth and wireless mouse compatible
- 25 second cold boot
- 2 second startup from sleep mode
- MWL Modality Worklist
- Curved, Linear, Endovaginal, and Sector probes available.
Philips InnoSight: Frequently Asked Questions
Does CW Doppler make this a good choice for Shared Service ultrasound scanning?
What are SonoCT and XRES?
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I'd like to use this in my office, is it a good choice?
I'm worried about durability on a tablet-style ultrasound, is a used InnoSight a good choice?
What probes are compatible with this system?
- BK SonixTouch Q+
- Chison SonoTouch 30
- GE Venue 50
- GE Venue 40
- Mindray TE7
- Samsung UGEO PT60A
- SonoSite iLook
- SonoSite S-Series
- SonoSite SII