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Sonosite M-Turbo

Refurbished

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The refurbished Sonosite M-Turbo portable ultrasound machine remains a viable solution as a capable, inexpensive, and durable portable ultrasound. The Sonosite M-Turbo continues to be one of our top rented portable ultrasound machines.

Ease of use, durability, low-price, and versatility is what keeps the Sonosite M-Turbo so popular. This ultrasound machine is great to use for Point-of-Care (POC), Emergency Medicine, Orthopedics, Anesthesia, Needle guidance, and Pain Management. It is a lightweight (3.04 kg/ 6.7 lbs.) portable ultrasound machine which makes it very mobile. This portable ultrasound machine price represents an excellent value.


The Sonosite M-Turbo is the upgraded version of the much older SonoSite Micromaxx (obsolete and not available). This machine works great for physician use for it is easy to learn and use. This product is best used for quick exams and not heavy diagnostic tests. One of the most notable features of the M-Turbo is its substantial durability. This affordable machine includes:

  • SonoADAPT Tissue Optimisation
  • SonoHD Imaging Technology
  • Advanced Needle Visualization (SonoMBe Imaging)
  • 8 GB Flash memory storage capability
  • 10.4 in LCD Monitor

Specifications
Active Probe Ports

1

Battery

Yes

CD/DVD-R

N/A

DICOM Options

Commitment, MPPS, Print, Store, Worklist

Dimensions

12" x 11" x 3", 6.7 lbs

Ethernet

checked

Export Options

BMP, DICOM, JPG, MPEG, SiteLink, USB

Features

Auto Optimization, Compound Imaging, CW Doppler, DICOM, IMT, M-Mode, Needle Visualization, Power Doppler, PW Doppler, Speckle Reduction, Tissue Doppler, Tissue Harmonics, Velocity Color Doppler

HDD Size

8GB

Imaging Modes

2D

Max Cine Memory

255 Frames

Monitor

"10.4"" LCD"

PC Export Formats

BMP, JPG, MPEG, Sitelink

Power (USA)

100-240V, 50/60 Hz

Primary Applications

Anesthesia, Cardiac, Emergency Medicine, General Imaging, OB/GYN, Vascular, Veterinary

SSD/HDD

Flash

Touchscreen

N/A

Trackball/Trackpad

Trackpad

USB Ports

2

Video and Output Options

Composite Video, S-Video, USB, VGA, Wireless

Wireless

Adapter

Year Built

2008-2015

Probe Type of Array Bandwidth
Sonosite C60x Convex 2.0-5.0 MHz
Sonosite HFL38x Linear 6.0-13.0 MHz
Sonosite HFL50x Linear 6.0-15.0 MHz
Sonosite ICTx Microconvex 5.0-8.0 MHz
Sonosite L25x Linear 6.0-13.0 MHz
Sonosite L38x Linear 5.0-10.0 MHz
Sonosite L38xi Linear 5.0-10.0 MHz
Sonosite P21x Convex 1.0-5.0 MHz

We continue to love the Sonosite M-Turbo. Sonosite has done a great job at identifying their target market and providing that market with great products. The M-Turbo is great for physicians to use for accomplishing tasks such as needle guidance, pain management and mobile businesses. Once released, this became the de-facto system for anesthesiologists. This product is well-designed for it has removed many of the complex buttons, knobs, and menus that are on many other portable ultrasound machines.

It is important to keep in mind that the M-Turbo is not great for heavy diagnostic use. Though it can perform all measurements and diagnostics, this ultrasound machine is best used to perform faster exams.

Yes, as an additional option, the M-Turbo has SonoMBE needle visualization software. However, not all M-Turbo portable ultrasound systems have SonoMBE.

SonoMB represents “multi-beam” technology, also known as compound imaging, CrossXBeam (GE) and SonoCT (Philips/ATL). It allows for multiple lines of site for the transducer, providing a clearer, more accurate image.

SonoHD is SonoSite’s version of noise-reduction imaging, also known as Speckle Reduction Imaging. It uses a software algorithm to improve body tissue visualization while reducing artifact from an image.

You can find the M-Turbo brochure below. Probo Medical has a large inventory of owner’s manuals and brochures, contact us today for more information.

Part 1 of our M-Turbo training series is more than just a cursory overview of the user interface. This covers much of what you need to know to perform 2D imaging with the M-Turbo ultrasound machine.

This is the best place to start if you’re looking for a tour of the controls and how to begin scanning immediately. Subsequent videos cover Doppler modes, patient exams, exporting, and system setup.

Part 2 of our M-Turbo training series is a quick video overview of starting a new exam.

This training video covers starting a new patient, entering their information and starting a new exam.

Part 3 of our M-Turbo training series covers using the Doppler modes.

These modes include PW Doppler, color Doppler and Color Power Doppler on this SonoSite portable ultrasound machine.

Part 4 of our M-Turbo training series shows how to customize and setup the M-Turbo ultrasound Machine.

As with most SonoSite portable ultrasounds, the general setup is more limited in customization features than other ultrasound machines.

 

This final portion of our video training series on the M-Turbo ultrasound covers the exam review stage.

Here you’ll see how to review images post-exam and export patient data and images to a USB or otherwise.

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