Philips Clearvue 550 Ultrasound Machine
Philips ClearVue 550 ultrasound system has the elegant design that is the hallmark of Philips. Active Array technology offers image quality designed to enhance diagnostic confidence. Features are sophisticated enough to be simple.
Philips ClearVue 550 technology definitions:
iSCAN intelligent optimization: Automatic one-button global image optimization standard on the ClearVue 550 through AI adjustment of TGC, Doppler and receiver gain, compression curve, Doppler PRF, and Doppler baseline.
AutoSCAN: An efficiency feature on the ClearVue 550 that automatically and continuously optimizes the brightness of the image at the default gain and TGC settings for the best image display.
Live Compare: This feature allows for the recall of current or previous exam image data for direct side-by-side comparison with current live image data.
Auto Doppler: This time saving feature on the ClearVue 550 automates repetitive tasks for pulsed wave Doppler calculation to speed up and simplify standard vascular exams
Intelligent Doppler imaging: This feature automatically maintains optimal angle-to-flow to assist in delivering consistent Doppler velocity measurements.
Adaptive Doppler: A feature on the ClearVue 550 that boosts weak signals to enhance spectrum visibility and pulsed-wave audio signals for enhanced flow assessment.
Grayscale freehand 3D: Volume images created by piecing together multiple passes of the transducer into a static 3D image shown in grayscale. This does not require a 4D transducer to create, and is not shown in real-time.
SonoCT image compounding: Real-time compound imaging on the Philips ClearVue 550 that obtains multiple coplanar, tomographic images from different viewing angles, then combines them into a single compound image at real-time frame rates.
XRES adaptive image processing
iSCAN intelligent optimization
High Q automatic Doppler analysis
XFOV (Philips Panoramic imaging)
QLAB 3DQ GI