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SEQUOIA 512 Ultrasound System (Refurbished)
SEQUOIA 512 Ultrasound System (Refurbished)
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SEQUOIA 512 Ultrasound System (Refurbished)

Item# 215QESKPI

This ultrasound system is designed to make image acquisition easier, reduce exam time and increase overall efficiency.

Features:

  • Native Tissue Harmonics
  • Shared Service application
  • STRESS, MOD, DICOM Print Color Doppler
  • CW/PW Doppler
  • M-Mode, ECG/AUX
  • 3rd Party Service on 3V2C
  • Adult Cardiac Sector
  • 8L5 Small Parts/ Vascular Linear
  • EC10C5 (Endo-cavity)
  • 6C2 (2.0-6.0MHz) Convex
  • Phased & linear array capable
  • Coherent 256 channel beamformer
  • Native Tissue Harmonic Imaging (NTHI)
  • Space time resolution control 
  • Color Doppler, Color Angio & B-color
  • Spectral steered PW/CW Doppler (requires 1.9 MHz CW probe) 
  • Three active & switchable MP probe parts
  • Cine Loop

Applications

  • Shared Service
  • Vascular
  • Obstetric 
  • Gynecological
  • Small Parts 
  • Cardiac

Dimensions

  • Weight: 406 lbs.
  • Height: 53in
  • Depth: 48in
  • Width: 26in 

Note: Prices may vary based on product availability and condition

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Question: I will like more details system information and software compatibility, along with dimension, picture image on heavy persons and price.
Answer:

Thank you for your inquiry. The software and probes all depend on the type of procedures that will be completed at your facility. In order to determine the right configuration, please answer the few questions below:

  1. Cardio? (if so, need stress echo?), Vascular? or OBGYN (If so, Abdominal, endovaginal or endocavitary?)
  2. Type of Probes: Adult, Pedi, Neonatal, Tran esophageal, vascular Ob/Adbominal or Gyn/ Endovaginal?
  3. When would you need this system by?
  4. Would you need one of the following? VCR, Printer or CD RW
  5. What is your approximate budget? (within a few thousand dollars)
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