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GE LOGIQ e veterinary ultrasound scanner

Referral level portable abdominal and cardiology system for small animal and equine practices.

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Referral level portable abdominal and cardiology system for small animal and equine veterinary practices.

  • Colour, Power and Pulsed Wave (PW) Doppler as standard
  • Fully customisable pre-sets tailored to your practice needs
  • Coded Harmonic Imaging (CHI) available on all probes as standard
  • Continuous Wave (CW) Doppler and Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI) options available
  • Ability to do post-scan analysis on stored clips and stills
  • Export of stills, clips and raw DICOM to USB.
  • Optional DICOM streaming module available
  • Unique to GE is the additional LogiqView option allows side by side image comparison between old and new exams. You can even scan live in B/B mode whist viewing a stored clip from a previous exam. 
  • B-Steer and Needle Recognition software now available as an option



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High resolution distal limb imaging using the 12L 6-13 MHz 47mm footprint linear probe.

Cardiology – the 3S-RS probe is one of GE most well know probes used by most of the world’s most well known equine surgeons and provides penetration to 30cm.

Imaging of the equine abdomen using the 4C-RS convex probe.

Small animal

High resolution images using the 8C 4.0-10.0 MHz micro-convex probe provides outstanding detail of structures such as adrenal glands.

Linear probes, such as the 12L-RS and L8-18i-RS provide even higher resolution of superficial abdominal structures such as cat spleens and kidneys. The L8-18i is also excellent for opthalmic studies. The trapezoidal function provides a wider field of view than a standard linear probe.

Cardiology – phased array probes to cover from giant dogs to cats with full Doppler capability.

Exotic animals

8C-RS on tortoises enables intracoelemic exams to be performed through the inguinal fossa.

High frequency linear probes like 12L-RS or L8-18i-RS are ideal for use on small mammals and rodent abdomens.

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