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GE Vivid S60 Ultrasound Machine

Refurbished

Call to configure, special pricing available 317-759-9210

With slightly fewer features than the advanced GE Vivid S70, the GE Vivid S60 ultrasound provides great image quality and features at a more affordable price than the Vivid S70.

The Vivid S60 has the same software and hardware as the Vivid S70, including the renowned cSound architecture. However, the Vivid S60 does not offer the M5Sc-D Single Crystal transducer or 4D TEE multiplane imaging. So, for tighter budgets, GE’s Vivid S60 provides a solid option to the more expensive mid- and upper-range cardiovascular ultrasound systems.


The Vivid S60 ultrasound machine can perform a wide variety of advanced cardiovascular imaging modes, including Tissue Velocity Imaging, Tissue Tracking, Tissue Synchronization, Strain, Strain Rate, Stress Echo, Automated Function Imaging, and AutoEF.

It features a 19″ High Definition LCD screen and 12″ High Definition touchscreen that provide solid ergonomics and efficiency.

• Intima Media Thickness (IMT)

• CW Doppler

• Strain/Strain Rate Mode (option, enabled by Advanced QScan)

• Tissue Synchronization Imaging Mode (option, enabled by Advanced QScan)

• B-flow

• 2D stress

• Automated Function Imaging (AFI)

• Automated Ejection-Fraction Calculation (AutoEF)

• Contrast Low MI(Research only)

• Z-Scores

• Quantitative Analysis Package (Q-Analysis)

• EchoPAC™/Patient Archive

• Insite™ Express Connection (ExC) Enables Remote Service and Training

Specifications
Active Probe Ports

5

Battery

Optional

CD/DVD-R

Yes

DICOM Options

Commitment, MPPS, Print, Query/Retrieve, Store, Structured Reports, Verify, Worklist

Dimensions

161 lbs, 21.5" x 30" x 60"

Ethernet

checked

Export Options

AVI, DICOM, JPG, MPEG, RAW, USB

Features

AFI, Anatomical M-Mode, Auto EF, Auto Optimization, AutoIMT, Blood Flow Imaging, Color M-Mode, Compound Imaging, cSound Performance, Curved Anatomical M-Mode, M-Mode, PW Doppler, Quantitative Analysis, Scan Assistant, Speckle Reduction, Strain, Strain Rate, Stress Echo, Tissue Doppler, Tissue Harmonics, Tissue Synchronization, Tissue Velocity M-Mode

HDD Size

500GB

Imaging Modes

2D

Max Cine Memory

2GB

Max Frame Rate (FPS)

1500

Maximum Depth (cm)

36

Monitor

"19"" Widescreen High Definition LCD"

Monitor Resolution

1680×1050

PC Export Formats

AVI, JPG, MPEG

Power (USA)

100-240V, 50/60 Hz

SSD/HDD

HDD

Touchscreen

12"

Trackball/Trackpad

Trackball

USB Ports

5

Video and Output Options

Audio, Composite Video, DVI, Ethernet, USB

Wireless

No

Year Built

2015-Current

Probe Type of Array Bandwidth

The GE Vivid S60 and Vivid S70 are great ultrasound machines. This S60 is really for tighter budgets, as the single crystal technology with the M5Sc-D can be a bit of a pricier option. Many won’t have a need for the 4D TEE option, so the consideration will really come down to availability and budget.

In general, we typically have more S70 than S60 units in stock. It’s a good idea to see which ones are in stock and make a final decision based on your needs and the price available. Regardless, both systems are considered a great values in cardiovascular ultrasound.

Automated Function Imaging for regular 2D Echo Exams and Stress Echo exams is used to assess and quantify Left Ventricular wall motion at rest and during a stress echo exam.

It allows you to streamline your most common exam protocols and customize your standards for echo, vascular, and abdominal imaging. Scan Assist Pro Automatically sets up modes, annotations, and measurements according to your custom specifications. Reduce keystrokes and make studies consistent.

CrossXBeam consists of a technology called compound imaging. It allows the ultrasound transducer to use from multiple lines of site at different angles, creating a more accurate and complete ultrasound image.

Speckle Reduction Imaging on the Vivid s60 ultrasound machine uses a software algorithm to identify body tissue and eliminate artifact. The result provides a clearer image with reduced artifact.

Yes, the Vivid s60 has full network capabilities including DICOM and HL7 capabilities. However, you’ll need to let your Providian Medical representative know in advance that you’ll need DICOM if you want to send your images to a PACS system or radiologist for review.

Ultrasounds designed for needle guidance use ultrasound beam-steering to improve overall visualization of the needle.

You can find the GE Vivid S60 brochure below. Probo Medical has a large inventory of owner’s manuals and brochures, contact us today for more information.

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