When it comes to power, performance, innovation and flexibility there is one ultrasound system that delivers more. Designed specifically to address the challenges of busy ultrasound environments the EDAN Acclarix LX8 ultrasound system features a host of design breakthroughs that make day-to-day operation easy, fast and intuitive.
Features and Benefits:
The 128-channel hardware architecture on transmit and receive offers exceptional processing power resulting in outstanding image quality. Available on the system are many technologies including:
*TAI- Tissue Adaptive Imaging- Edan’s proprietary imaging technology
*eSRI- Speckle Reduction Imaging
*3D/4D capability with eFace feature to automate volume editing
*One touch image optimization
*TDI Tissue Doppler Imaging
*Automated measurement tools including Auto IMT and Auto OB
*Comprehensive set of DICOM functions
UDesigned with a relentless focus on delivering unexpected levels of innovation the LX8 features design enhancements that make operation comfortable, easy and intuitive.
*Wide-screen 21” high definition, LCD monitor is anti-glare and tilts and swivels for optimal viewing.
*The 10” gesture-controlled touch screen is customizable to personalize workflow and simplify operation.
*Motorized height adjustment of the control panel enables travel of up to 20 cm for comfortable use sitting or
*Four illuminated transducer ports support 4 active transducer transducers, which can be changed with just a key
touch. When a transducer change is required illumination enhances visibility.
*The down lit retractable keyboard’s task lighting aids in clear annotation and can then be stowed when not in use.
TAI is a unique and proprietary technology pioneered by Edan. TAI continuously and dynamically interacts with the returning echoes and adapts the image based on the characteristics of the tissues being imaged. Without any user interaction the system
is adjusting multiple parameters. TAI is available in B-mode, color and spectral Doppler. Some of the benefits of TAI are:
- Enhanced image contrast, improved definition of anatomic boundaries and tissue architecture and educed clutter noise
- Improved color sensitivity and better flow aesthetics
- Improved spectral fill-in and border detection
eSRI uses real-time image processing to improve visualization of anatomy and pathology by reducing the speckle noise. Edan's speckle reduction imaging technology uses an advanced multi-scale anisotropic filtering algorithm. This filtering technology separates regions of noise from diagnostic information by acting differently on noise versus true anatomic information enhancing image clarity.
Spatial Compounding Imaging
Spatial Compounding combines multiple images acquired at different angles to form a single image with improved quality. This results in images with reduced speckle noise and enhanced contrast.