As a portable, advanced imaging system, the GE Vivid i veterinary ultrasound has been designed to meet the widest range of veterinary applications. Weighing at about 11 pounds, this system is also ideal for referral vets who visit many veterinary clinics or for practices with limited space.
Whether imaging domestic animals, bovine animals, or exotic animals, and no matter the number of patients you’ll see on an average day, the GE Vivid i veterinary ultrasound provides deep transducer penetration, optimal image quality, and stress echo capabilities, all of which increases imaging accuracy and diagnostic confidence.
Just of few of this ultrasound’s main imaging technologies include:
Additionally, with its intelligent interface engineered, the GE Vivid i veterinary ultrasound features an extensive number of customization capabilities, image controls, programmable keys, annotations and more. As a result, vets can take advantage of greater efficiency and streamlined patient throughput.
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There’s not much we can say about the GE Vivid i that isn’t positive. It holds its value, has a great price point, is only as complicated as you want it to be. This is probably the best design of GE’s portable ultrasound machines, as it’s fairly intuitive and consistent. Doctors love its image quality for cardiac, vascular, venous, small parts, and a variety of images requiring excellent nearfield imaging as well as penetration for deep tissue or difficult-to-image patients.
The GE Vivid i’s successor, the GE Vivid q portable cardiovascular ultrasound, just missed our Best Portable Ultrasounds category simply because its pricepoint makes takes it out-of-reach for some customers. However, either system will provide you with excellent image quality and all the features you’ll need out of a portable cardiac ultrasound machine.
For advanced use, the Vivid i also has many imaging options for cardiologists, such as Tissue Tracking, Tissue Velocity Imaging, Blood Flow Imaging (B-Flow), TSI Tissue Syncronization Imaging, Automated Ejection-Fraction calculation, Stress Echo, Contrast Imaging, IMT Measurement Program, Quantitave Analysis Q-Analysis), LVO Contrast, and LogiqView (panoramic imaging). More recent software versions also allow for shared-services imaging option by adding an OB/GYN package.
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