Philips Clearvue 850 ultrasound Machine

Philips Clearvue 850 ultrasound Machine

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    Philips Clearvue 850 ultrasound Machine

    The used Philips ClearVue 850 is a shared service ultrasound machine that serves as the most advanced system in Philips ClearVue ultrasound line of budget lightweight ultrasound machines.

    Key imaging features for the ClearVue 850 include SonoCT compound imaging, XRES speckle reduction, Tissue Doppler, 3D/4D imaging, CW Doppler, Tissue Doppler and Fetal STIC.  It has a small footprint and is designed to be easily moved from room-to-room and can fit into smaller spaces.

    Advanced features that are unique to the ClearVue 850 include stress echo, strain elastography, QLAB plug-in, and FloVue imaging.

    Philips ClearVue 850 Ultrasound Features

    The Philips ClearVue 850 is a midrange Ultrasound. The ClearVue 850 is mainly used for women’s health but also offers ultrasonic imaging for vascular, cardiac, small parts, and echo exams. The System shares the same architecture as the ClearVue 350 , 550, and 650. The only difference is that the CleaVue 850 offers more advanced features. These features include; Iscan, AutoSCAN, SoonoCT, and XRES. The 850 offers additional 4D imaging options 4D Convex, 4D transvaginal, Auto Face Reveal, iSlice, and Fetal STIC. The Philips Ultrasound can provide 2D, 3D, and 4D imaging options. Additional features include Blood flow and stress imaging. The ultrasound system offers quick action buttons for the most commonly used obstetric measurements and imaging modes. The 19-inch monitor comes on an articulating arm along with a height-adjustable control panel, for maximum user comfort.

    • 19-inch, 360-degree articulating monitor
    • Ergonomically advanced console for user height adjustment and comfort
    • Monitor tilt and swivel
    • Monitor articulating arm
    • AutoSCAN automatically identifies tissue type and continuously adjusts image gain
    • 3D/4D for visualization and analysis of volume data
    • Upgradeable to 4D
    • Stress echo for cardiac imaging
    • Strain elastography
    • Pulse inversion harmonics
    • SonoCT
    • XRES
    • FloVue advanced imaging mode for direct visualization of blood flow in vasculature
    • Intima media thickness (IMT) imaging to automate measurement
    • iSlice for quick volumetric display
    • Curved ROI for OB imaging
    • One-button iSCAN
    • Active Array for superb image quality
    • Broadband beamforming
    • Tissue harmonic imaging

    Philips ClearVue 850 Ultrasound Specifications


    • Width: Keyboard: 500 mm (19.7 in) Caster: 720 mm (28.3 in)
    • Depth: Maximum: 697 mm (27.4 in) Caster: 800 mm (31.5 in)
    • Height: Maximum: 1412 mm (55.6 in)
    • Weight: 56 kg, 123 lbs

    General Specifications

    • Digital beamformer
    • Displayed imaging depth: 0 – 33 cm (probe dependent)
    • Minimum depth of field: 0 – 2 cm (probe dependent)
    • Maximum depth of field: 0 – 33 cm (probe dependent)
    • Continuous dynamic receive focus/continuous dynamic receive aperture
    • Adjustable dynamic range up to 120 dB


    • Nominal input voltage: 100-240 VAC, frequency 50/60 Hz
    • Power consumption maximum: 400 VA with peripherals

    System Overview

    • Monitor (inch): 19” LCD
    • Tilt/Rotate Adjustable Monitor: Yes
    • Monitor Resolution: 1280*1024
    • Touch Screen (Inch): No
    • Trackball or Trackpad: Trackball
    • CP Back-Lighting: Yes
    • Weight: 115 lbs (52kg)
    • Probe Ports: 4
    • Battery: No
    • Sleep Mode (Quick Start): No
    • Maximum Depth of Field: 30cm
    • Minimum Depth of Field
    • Cart (HCU): No
    • Independent Steer & Lockable Wheels: Yes

    Imaging Modes

    • 2D, M mode: Yes
    • M-color Flow Mode: Yes
    • Anatomical M-mode: Yes
    • Trapezoidal Mode: Yes
    • Color, Power Angio, Pulse Wave Doppler: Yes
    • Bi-directional Power (=HD FLOW): Yes
    • SCW Doppler: Yes
    • Tissue Doppler(Velocity) Imaging: Yes
    • Freehand 3D: Yes
    • Live 3/4D OB/GYN: Yes
    • HD Live: No
    • STIC (Spatio-Temporal Image Correlation): Yes
    • Live 3D Echo: No
    • Stress Echo: No
    • Strain and Strain Rate (Cardiac): No
    • B Flow: Yes
    • Panoramic Imaging (=Logiq view): Yes
    • Contrast Imaging – Cardiac: No
    • Contrast Imaging – General Imaging: No
    • Strain-based Elastography: Yes
    • Shear Wave Elastography No