SuperSonic MACH 30
Gain access to unparalleled user experience, exceptional image quality and the latest innovations with unique imaging modes.
SuperSonic MACH 30 is powered by the next generation of UltraFast™ imaging combined with the intuitive SonicPad™ for a unique clinical and user experience.
- 23” Full HD Monitor
- 15,6” Full HD touch-screen
- Integrated Gel warmer
- 7 Transducer holders
- Motorized control panel
Designed to be the new standard
Multitouch trackpad contributes to enhanced workflow, significant decrease in user movement and exam time reduction
Proprietary software architecture results in genuine diagnostic B-mode information.
Enabling the development of innovative imaging modes such as ANGIO PL.U.S., TRIVU, LIVER MARKERS, NEEDLE PL.U.S. and ULTRAFAST™ DOPPLER to address a broad spectrum of clinical challenges
The next generation of ShearWave elastography, SWE™ PLUS, is the only technique capable of visualizing, analyzing and quantifying tissue stiffness in real-time, on all transducers. SWE™ PLUS is clinically proven to be reliable and highly reproducible.
Available innovative modes on SuperSonic MACH 30
UltraFast™ Doppler combines color Doppler and pulsed Doppler with frame rates impossible with conventional Doppler. Multiple measurements made on the same acquisition allow user to gain reliability and save time.
Angio PL.U.S. is a color mode that offers enhanced sensitivity and resolution of blood flow. Angio PL.U.S. provides the possibility to explore microvasculature without the use of a contrast agent.
Needle PL.U.S. allows you not only to visualize the needle but also predicts its trajectory. This real-time imaging mode allows you to perform biopsies with precision and confidence, without loss of B-mode information.
TriVu is a real-time imaging mode that allows you to display morphology (B-mode), stiffness (SWE PLUS) and flow information (equivalent to Angio PL.U.S.), all in the same image, simultaneously. TriVu is the answer to confident and timely diagnosis.
The ability to innovate materializes once again with the introduction of unprecedented tools for non-invasive assessment of liver disease severity: Att PLUS and SSp PLUS to measure attenuation and speed of sound in the liver, and Vi PLUS to quantify liver tissue viscosity.