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ProductsVivid 3
Company GE Healthcare
Item Vivid 3
Features 
  • Up to 18 transducers offer an unprecedented range of applications
  • Advanced 3D option for vascular studies.
  • Enhanced OR performance with TEE and intraoperative probes, and critical time-saving features.
  • Stress Echo option reduces exam times by allowing mid-exam protocol changes for shortened data analysis and report generation.
  • New C721 transducer for pediatric and neonatal applications.
  • Higher frame rates, dynamic range and superb color flow sensitivity.
  • Dual focus and multi-focal capabilities in 2D imaging.
  • Increase patient throughput with full raw data DICOM connectivity that shifts post-exam review to an EchoPAC workstation and frees your system for additional scanning.
  • New MPEGvue option lets you compactly save entire patient records including high-quality images onto CDs that can be transferred easily and inexpensively for remote viewing on your PC via e-mail or network communication.
  • Design custom report templates by selecting the format and appearance you need even import your facilitys logo.
  • Automatic Tissue Optimization (ATO) helps you obtain quality images faster by adjusting the image settings automatically, at the touch of a button.
  • Anatomical M-Mode option lets you correct for off-axis orientation when the heart is not shaped or positioned normally.
Description The Vivid 3 system is designed to address customer requests for another level of cardiovascular performance, and offer an even wider range of clinical applications in vascular, pediatrics and the OR. From color flow imaging with super-high frame rates to DICOM connectivity, the new Vivid 3 offers a wealth of technological innovations that enhance image quality, productivity and patient care.
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