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دستگاه سونوگرافی پرتابل Sonimage HS1 کمپانی Konica Minolta ژاپن، یک دستگاه خاص با تکنولوژی های منحصر به فرد بوده که در سال ۲۰۱۵ معرفی و موفق به کسب تائیدیه FDA گردید.


Superior Image Quality (T2HI)
Innovative design
Intuitive user interface
Simple Needle Visualization (SNV) technology

Hand-carried ultrasound system designed for you

The SONIMAGE HS1 is a Point-of-Care portable ultrasound system designed to support a wide range of applications and patient types. The system's advanced technologies ensure superior image quality and efficient workflow.

Improve Image Quality

Konica Minolta's Dual Sonic Technology uses a unique algorithm that enables the transmission of two waveforms, according to the focusing depth. In combination with T²HI technology, it forms a high quality THI signal around the center of ultrasound beam in the receiving area. As a result, it suppresses the acoustic noise and ensures the optimum image from deep area to superficial. Dual Sonic

Gain Confidence

Simple Needle Visualization (SNV) improves the detection of the needle tip in both "In plane" and "Out of plane" approaches. Also, a new function "Auto" of SNV Steer automatically detects the insertion of the needle and adjusts the beam accordingly.

A wide range of applications

Auto IMT

Auto IMT (intima-media thickness) calculation is an advanced quantification application to assess arterial health. This non-invasive method to evaluate cardiovascular risk contains an IMT measurement, calculates a Vascular Age and Framingham Risk Factors.
Voice Control

Voice activation of The SONIMAGE HS1 allows for handsfree operation during interventional procedures

Simple and accurate voice activation Handsfree system operation No need to break the sterile field Focus more on the patient Enhance diagnostic efficiency The SONIMAGE HS1 voice control operation feature fosters user comfort and proper operator ergonomics at the point-of-care.

Strain Elastography

This is a unique real-time qualitative imaging method that calculates and displays the relative stiffness of tissue. It also provides further clinical information for assessment of superficial lesions.