Then there is more, thanks to a new generation of electronics and software: The iU22 xMATRIX makes it easy to add 3D imaging to any exam by removing the barriers to volume imaging. And a host of workflow enhancers facilitate faster exams, enabling image optimization with just the touch of a button. The X gives you the power to capture a volume in just one second that equals the quality of your 2D images. The ultra-thin, targeted beam provides extraordinary tissue uniformity while decreasing noise surrounding the region of interest, resulting in fewer artifacts when compared to conventional beams.
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Power consumption: VA — VA depending on system configuration Revisions Philips iU22 revisions: A cart — C cart Philips first launched the iU22 in as their new premium shared service ultrasound machine, replacing older units like the HDI Philips iU D cart — F cart The iU22 D-cart was launched in and finally fixed the problems with the dual motherboards by using a unified motherboard.
The iU22 E-cart made upgrades to the cart, wheels and locking mechanism. The iU22 G. KPI recommends buying D-cart and up as most hardware problems with the iU22 were fixed by this revision and D-carts can be updated to the latest software Philips iU22 Vision software updates The software of an iU22 can be updated to a point limited by the hardware cart.
System update 1. Improvements were made to workflow, and image quality on a number of existing transducers. Features added were TMQ tissue motion quantification in Qlab, Viewforum stand alone image viewing platform, improved needle visualization, and contrast capabilities.
Features added were tissue aberration correction, contrast enhanced ultrasound, and smartexam automation software. R-carts can have this update, but cannot support the X transducer. Options with Vision include the xMatrix performance bundle, and Live 3D.
This speeds the acquisition of 4D data over a 4D mechanical probe. C-plane resolution is also improved over a typical 4D mechanical probe. The [ 3 — 10 MHz ] Cv PureWave endovaginal which also uses single crystal PureWave technology to improve image quality with difficult-to-image patients. The iU22 is a premium level ultrasound machine as was top of the line till the introduction of the Epiq line in The Epiq 5 replaced the iU22 and both are both use single crystal transducers, but the Epiq 5 does not have xMatrix probes.
The Epiq 5 does have a larger monitor and touchscreen, and is sized smaller than the iU The HD15 sits below the iU22 in features, image quality and price. Philips iU22 vs iE33 When Philips launched the iU22 it launched the iE33 at the same time and ever since, many medical professionals have wondered what the difference is, and which is best for their needs.
The iE33 and iU22 even look nearly identical; with the major distinguishing feature being dual touchscreens for navigation on the iE33 while the iU22 has only one touchscreen.
iU22 xMATRIX Ultrasound System from Philips
Philips iU22 Ultrasound Machine