Sonoscape S8 Expert
Advanced features and Portability for Today’s Physician
The S8 Expert is focused on bringing you the best images possible. Designed with an expansive digital beamformer to provide exceptional image quality, resulting in crystal-clear images which enable you to make a confident diagnosis on a wide variety of patients.
Multiple HD probes are capable of not only rendering superior quality 4D images, but are also excellent for cardiac applications, with advanced imaging techniques including Tissue Doppler
The S8 Expert has been designed in a new powerful, lightweight architecture to better meet your high-performance imaging requirements.
SUPERB IMAGE QUALITY ON A WIDE VARIETY OF PATIENTS
15” High Resolution Monitor
Rechargeable Lithium Battery
Two Transducer Sockets
Ergonomic Cart (Optional)
DICOM® 3.0 Connectivity
Transesophageal Echo (TEE)
Super High Density Transducers
Automatic Tissue Optimization Technology (ATO) and M-Tuning (1-button scanning) deliver ease-of-use and time savings by automatically adjusting parameters to display the optimal image quality for the type of tissue being imaged.
Complete Doppler Capabilities including Color Flow, Pulsed Wave Spectral Doppler, Steerable Continuous Wave Doppler and Power Doppler.
Multi-parameter Compound Imaging combines multiple coplanar images captured from different beam angles to form an integrated image.
Steerable M Mode allows for precise axis positioning, resulting in extremely accurate measurements.
Super High Density Transducers provide more information in every image enabling the visualization of complex anatomy with superior detail and precision.
U-scan Technology, the latest advance in Speckle Reduction Technology, reduces noise while increasing border definition and diagnostic confidence.
Panoramic Imaging produces an ultra-wide field of view, providing maximum information on tissue and lesions.
E-flow uses Advanced Doppler Technology to capture low-velocity blood flow signals, and increase color sensitivity.
Tissue Doppler Imaging enables quantitative assessment of left ventricular systolic and diastolic function.
Pulse Inversion Harmonics offers numerous advantages over conventional imaging, including improved contrast resolution, reduced noise and clutter, improved lateral resolution, reduced slice thickness, reduced artifacts and, in many instances, improved signal-to-noise ratio.