True to its pedigree to deliver great image quality, SonoScape's newly released S50 carries a comprehensive, upgraded platform to become an epochal tertiary ultrasound system. It is equipped with powerful single-crystal transducers, remarkable 4-D functions, and intelligent workflow, which perfectly help to meet a wide variety of general imaging needs. Outfitted with extraordinary software and hardware, S50 is a perfectly balanced design, internally and externally. The quick-response touch screen, mode switching, and storage operations deliver a new standard for clarity and flexibility.

S50 provides various imaging software to fit different applications such as cardiology, radiology, OB/GYN, etc. With advanced features including cardiac and 4-D packages, S50 can meet the extensive needs of clinical challenges of today and tomorrow. When designing the S50, the company took operational use into consideration, creating a comfortable diagnosing environment.

An ergonomic design, for excellent man-machine interaction and rapid response, makes S50 an intelligent scanning system, bringing improved efficiency and helping to prevent fatigue from multiple examinations. It is equipped with a wide-band single-crystal probe for abdominal and cardiac scanning, which can greatly improve signal-to-noise ratio, and acquire stunning images with better resolution and richer imaging detail. Compared with a conventional transducer, a single crystal probe has significantly improved acoustic energy-conversion capacity, which means the probe has better performance as well as a longer working life. S50 is configured with a new imaging engine, which can significantly optimize imaging performance, especially for 3-D/4-D imaging with speed and convenience. Outstanding volume performance makes S50 outshine others on volume imaging, and dramatically enhances diagnostic confidence.

SonoScape provides the S50 with an effective method of supporting the physician in assessing tissue elasticity. The differences in tissue responses are detected and visualized in real time by elastography algorithms through different graphical representations, which can be particularly helpful in analyzing breast, thyroid, and musculoskeletal structures.


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