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Empowering Point of Care Medicine

See clearly. See quickly. Guide precisely. Those were the values users requested that drove the creation of the NextGen LOGIQ* e. Its imaging engine comes from GE’s flagship console systems, delivering crisp images in a portable package. Point of care specific software and transducers help to see the needle to administer a block or perform an aspiration quickly, even in an obese patient. When productivity matters, you can control the console from the transducer – potentially eliminating the need to have a second person assist.

Simple.

  • Advanced features. The LOGIQ e is optimized for point of care applications, permitting right-out-of-the-box imaging.
  • Simple consistency. Patient Follow-up Tool with Fusion helps ensure technical consistency from exam to exam to help prevent clinical conclusions from being clouded by inconsistent technique.
  • Simple comparison. Sometimes comparing left-to-right or before-and-after is the key to clinical decision-making. Simultaneous Split Screen makes the comparison nearly automatic.
  • The simplicity of a number. PDI quantification provides a numeric representation of the blood flow that may be associated with inflammation, tumors, and synovitis.

Fast.

  • Need a third hand? With a needle in one hand and a probe in the other, sometimes you need another person to adjust the image. With system controls on the probe, you may not need the extra hand.
  • Imaging to go. Portable and battery-operated, the LOGIQ e allows flexibility in moving from room to room.

Precise.

  • Tissues differentiation matters. The LOGIQ e imaging engine is separately optimized for each Point of Care application.
  • See the needle tip. The LOGIQ uses two different types of ultrasound: one for tissue and one for metal. This helps the needle stand out and allows separate control of the needle appearance.
  • Image almost the whole body – and almost any body. The 1-5 MHz curved transducer provides penetration for deep structures, even in an obese patient. Other transducers image up to 22 MHz for stunning superficial detail.
  • See the inflammation and early disease. High-Res PDI is a GE-exclusive technology to visualize flow in neovascularization.
  • See in 3D. Use any transducer to show anatomical relationships intuitively with Easy3D.

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