The Philips InnoSight portable ultrasound system is similar in build and ergonomics to the GE Venue 40 and Venue 50, as well as the Sonosite NanoMaxx portable ultrasound system. Engineered to be a compact, tablet-shaped portable ultrasound unit, the InnoSight is designed to be utilized quickly, efficiently and in a wide array of on-the-go scenarios.
Despite its compact build, the InnoSight can be utilized for a variety of applications – including Continuous Wave Doppler, allowing it to perform basic cardiac as well as OB/GYN, Small Parts, Vascular, Musculoskeletal, Needle Guidance, and Abdominal Imaging. Due to its ability to project images for many applications, this system is also compatible with many different types of probes including phased array, linear array, curved array, and endocavitary transducers.
The innosight includes Philips’ imaging technologies such as SonoCT compound imaging, XRES speckle reduction imaging, Power Doppler, Directional Color Power Doppler, Trapezoidal Imaging, Anatomical M-Mode, Needle Visualization, Tissue Harmonics, and DICOM compatibility. Compatible with a portable ultrasound cart, this portable unit can be turned into a stationary and more stable unit just by attaching the system to the stand. With an advanced touch-screen interface, diagnosticians that prefer not to poke and prod at a monitor can attach and Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to the system – giving the InnoSight a more secure feel. For any additional questions or concerns please feel free to contact us!