Samsung SonoAce R7
SCI: Spatial Compounding Image™ is a technology on the SonoAce R7 that improves signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and enhances contrast resolution via electronic ultrasound beam steering. This provides greater control. SCI compounds numerous scan lines to deliver significantly clearer definition in soft tissue planes, with reduced speckle and other interference.
3D XI: 3D eXtended Imaging™ on the Samsung SonoAce R7 is a suite of three imaging applications: Multi-Slice View™ transforms ultrasound data into a series of sequential images while Oblique View™ enables examination of 3D data in a wide range of planes. Finally, the Volume CT™ function allows coronal, sagittal and axial imaging. The combined result is complete control of 3D and 4D volume data manipulation from various perspectives to ensure diagnostic accuracy and confidence.
Auto IMT: This feature provides measurement of the intima-media thickness of the carotid artery wall. Samsung’s Auto IMT™ on the SonoAce R7 provides information such as the Framingham Score, risk factors and a user graph. In addition, a comprehensive set of settings including Mean, Max, Standard Deviation and Quality Index measurements are instantly available at the touch of a single button.
e-Motion Marker: This feature displays the direction of the transducer’s beam plane on the SonoAce R7’s screen and provides reference information to assist in diagnosis. The position of the uterus and ovaries can be expressed easily and intuitively.
ElastoScan: A diagnostic ultrasound technique for imaging elasticity, ElastoScan on the SonoAcr R7 detects the presence of tumors in breast and cervical tissues and converts the tissue stiffness into color images that assist in guiding biopsies, and interventional treatments as well as initial diagnosis.
Strain: Strain function quantitatively displays cardiac motion using motion vectors and diagnoses cardiac dyssynchrony. On the SonoAce R7 Strain can detect radial speckle tracking easily and obtain trajectory along with strain information.