EPIQ 7 features our most powerful architecture ever applied to ultrasound imaging – touching all aspects of acoustic acquisition and processing, allowing you to truly experience ultrasound’s evolution to a more definitive modality. EPIQ 7 is supported by our family of proprietary xMATRIX transducers and our leading-edge Anatomical Intelligence.
The new challenges in global healthcare Unprecedented advances in premium ultrasound performance can help address the strains on overburdened hospitals and healthcare systems, which are continually being challenged to provide a higher quality of care cost-effectively. The goal is quick and accurate diagnosis the first time and in less time. Premium ultrasound today demands improved clinical information from each scan, faster and more consistent exams that are easier to perform, and a higher level of confidence, even for technically difficult patients.
More confidence in your diagnoses even for your most difficult cases Proprietary nSIGHT Imaging architecture introduces a totally new approach to forming ultrasound images without compromise.
Maximize extreme clinical capabilities xMATRIX is the most leading-edge, versatile ultrasound transducer technology, and nSIGHT Imaging makes powerful xMATRIX technology even more so, allowing for advances such as the world’s first panoramic volume organ scan. nSIGHT Imaging also strengthens the power of PureWave, useful in imaging technically difficult patients.
EPIQ 7 offers a wide variety of sophisticated Q-Apps to quantify ultrasound image information. It’s our most intelligent premium ultrasound system ever, offering a complete set of easy-to-use quantitative tools.
Anatomical Intelligence is the heart of EPIQ 7 Philips exclusive Anatomical Intelligence Ultrasound (AIUS) is designed to elevate the ultrasound system from a passive to an actively adaptive device. With advanced organ modeling, image slicing, and proven quantification, exams are easy to perform, more reproducible, and deliver new levels of clinical information.
Designed to reinvent the user experience EPIQ 7 has completely reinvented the premium ultrasound user experience. Ease of use, workflow, ergonomics, portability…we’ve revolutionized how you interact with an ultrasound system from every standpoint, and kept it beautifully intuitive and very quiet.
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Exploring nSIGHT Imaging—a totally new architecture for premium ultrasound
nSIGHT Imaging is a totally new approach The Philips proprietary nSIGHT Imaging architecture introduces a totally new approach to forming ultrasound images without compromise. Unlike conventional systems that form the image line by line, nSIGHT creates images with optimal resolution down to the pixel level.
Proprietary nSIGHT Imaging incorporates the use of a new precision beamformer along with powerful massive parallel processing. This extraordinary architecture captures an enormous amount of acoustic data and then reconstructs in real time optimally focused beams, creating precise resolution for every pixel in the image.
For the first time you can experience both highly detailed ultrasound images and extraordinary temporal resolution and frame rate through virtually perfect beams with fewer transmit operations, breaking the traditional compromise of conventional architectures.
nSIGHT offers superb tissue uniformity all the way up to the skin line without the compromise of conventional transmit focus limitations through dynamic calculation and reconstruction of optimal transmit and receive focusing continually at all depths down to the pixel level.
Visualize extraordinary levels of detail and contrast resolution with exceptional penetration at higher frequencies even on difficult patients through ultra-wide dynamic range and unique beam reconstruction that reinforces exceptional tissue information at greater depths with less noise.
The world’s first panoramic volume organ scan xMATRIX panoramic volume imaging uses Live xPlane imaging to acquire a calibrated volume over an extended field of view. Easily capture, visualize, and quantify a full organ (such as liver or pancreas), a full uterus, or a full fetus in a 3D panoramic volume. This allows for whole organ acquisition, visualization, and quantification of unparalleled views of anatomical structures and better correlation with other imaging modalities