Combining exceptional 2D and Live 3D image clarity in the same transducer and a host of easy-to-use tools, the iE33 xMATRIX echo system addresses the clinical needs of managing patients with cardiac disease.
PureWave - the power to image technically difficult patients
The biggest breakthrough in piezoelectric transducer material in 40 years is PureWave crystal technology. The pure, uniform crystals of PureWave are 85% more efficient than conventional piezoelectric material, resulting in exceptional performance. This technology allows for improved penetration in difficult patients with a single transducer and for excellent detailed resolution.
xMATRIX for leading-edge ultrasound transducer technology
Technology that delivers outstanding 2D image clarity on your most difficult-to-image patients, and then, with the touch of a button, converts to Live 3D. You can also obtain challenging views, such as apical two-chamber, more easily. Rather than manually rotating the transducer and searching for a window that isn’t obscured by ribs, you can use iRotate to electronically access the view within the acoustical window between ribs.
Live 3D without hassle
As the evidence mounts that volume imaging can provide highly relevant information, more and more clinicians are searching for a way to incorporate 3D imaging into their exams. The iE33 xMATRIX system removes the barriers to 3D imaging, giving clinicians the power to choose 2D, 3D or combination imaging without disrupting workflow. With the highly-ergonomic X5-1 transducer, a simple push of a button brings Live 3D imaging to any exam.
Dual-volume display shows more clinical information
By using dual-volume display, simultaneous views of the mitral valve from both the LA and LV aspect can be acquired. Use calibrated measurements on the Live 3D volume or MPR views without using a quantification program.
Live 3D TEE for never before seen views
Live 3D transesophageal echo (TEE) is providing clinical cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, anesthesiologists, interventional cardiologists, and echocardiographers with views of cardiac structure and function. It’s quick, reproducible, and quantifiable.
Remote Services increases uptime
Philips support services are designed to increase uptime. Our Remote Services connectivity allows for many advanced service features, including virtual on-site visits for clinical and technical support. Remote Desktop, “over the shoulder” system monitoring enables fast troubleshooting and training options.
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