The Philips ClearVue 650 for sale is a midrange 4D OB/GYN and shared service ultrasound machine. The refurbished Philips ClearVue 650 ultrasound machine adds 4D to its line of ClearVue ultrasound systems. This is a shared service ultrasound machine that is an upgrade to the Philips ClearVue 550 ultrasound… it adds 4D and two volume transducers to the product.
The refurbished ClearVue 650 has full 4D live obstetric transabdominal imaging capabilities, as well as the following advanced features: SonoCT, XRES, Tissue Harmonic Imaging, an articulating arm to the 17″ high resolution monitor, panoramic imaging and 4 transducer ports. These technologies justify the additional price added to the cost of the Philips ClearVue 650 for sale.
Philips ultrasound machines are generally all-around great performers. The ClearVue series represents its low and mid-range shared service ultrasounds. The ClearVue 650 has good 4D performance, as Philips has generally good 4D.
At this time, there are only two 4D transducers, and they are both transabdominal volume probes.
XRES on the Philips ClearVue 650 portable ultrasound machine uses a software algorithm to increase image resolution by reducing “speckle” (artifact) while brightening tissue in the image. The result provides a clearer image with higher contrast between hyper- and hypo-echoic regions.
Yes, the Philips ClearVue 650 can export images to an external DVD-writer, Flash memory, or hard drive for images, backup, and patient data.
“Point of Care” ultrasound machine refers to the rapidly growing group of clinicians performing and interpreting ultrasound at the bedside. This includes surgery, emergency medicine, Intensive Care (ICU) and musculoskeletal care. “Point of Care” ultrasounds provide rapid diagnosis, visualization of tissue, and needle visualization for procedures at bedside. Some medical schools are providing ultrasound machines to their students to carry around during their clinical rotations.