Thursday, August 23, 2012

ToshibaPowerVision 8000 ultrasound machine

Toshiba has been around since 1875 and was one of the first companies to develop the X-ray machine, so they are not exactly newcomers to the medical equipment industry and they have a long heritage built on reliability and performance. In fact, Toshiba received number one rankings for several ultrasound systems from the independent medical research firm KLAS.To provide patient service and management, best choice for ultrasound machine is Toshiba  powervision 8000,because the Toshiba PowerVison 8000 is one of the most technologically advanced and powerful ultrasound machines available on the market. ToshibaPowerVision 8000 is a full-featured ultrasound system that is versatile enough to handle a long list of scanning procedures from abdominal to cardiac to vascular and more. Developed primarily for hospitals that need a system for use in multiple departments, the Toshiba PowerVision 8000 is preconfigured with a wide range of applications PowerVision 8000easy to use because this machine has best  feature and  touch command screen (on a 15” high resolution color monitor) as well as a directory and memory for 250 patients. The Toshiba PowerVision 8000 Ultrasound Machine has the following features:
  • Touch Command Screen (TSC) control panel
  • 15” high-resolution color monitor
  • 512 channels with wideband imaging
  • Cine loop, B-Mode and M-Mode
  • Pulsed Wave Doppler (PWD) and Continuous Wave Doppler (CWD)
  • Tissue Harmonic Imaging (THI)
  • Dimensions: 43.3” high x 56.3 “ deep x 23.6” wide
  • Weight: 529 pounds 512 channels, Wideband Imaging
  • Electronic Convex, Linear, and Sector Scanning
  • Three Transducer Selection Switch, and CW connector
  • Transducers Triplex Capable
  • 15" High Resolution Color Monitor
  • Cine Loop, B-Mode, M-Mode
  • PW, and CW Doppler
  • Color Doppler (both B-Mode and M-Mode)
  • Selectable Doppler Frequency
  • Directory and Memory for 250 Patients
Toshiba PowerVision 8000 applicable for  OB/GYN,vascular ,cardiac and abdominal,urology and general radiology management.


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