EX20

Digital Color Doppler Diagnostic Ultrasound System

EX20 is a stable & smart ultrasound system, putting reliable ultrasound technology within the reach of your private practice, specialized clinic, or hospital. It offers solid image quality, multiple measurements packages including advanced 4D capabilities and cardiac measurement tools to help doctors to offer quality ultrasound exams.  


  • Features
  • Clinical Images


      


Excellent Imaging Processing Technology


PIHI(Pulse Inverse Harmonic Imaging)

 PIHI is a new modality that distort the fundamental pulse signal and extract the pure broadband harmonic signal due to its

highest amplitude. Thus PIHI can improve image overall uniformity with high resolution and high penetration than traditional

THI (Tissue Harmonic Imaging).


LanSRI(Speckle Reduction Imaging)

LanSRI function is capable to decompose the image to a group of smaller ones in pyramid structure, analysis the  texture 

information to remove speckle noise in different scales and then reconstruct the image after the noise suppression. LanSRI 

can help to enhance smooth along preferred edge direction, reduces variation within speckle region, and maintain local 

mean gray scale level.


LanBeam(Spatial Compounding Imaging)

 With LanBeam, doctors can scan multiple coplanar images from different angles and combine into a single image in real 

 time, one angle will be perpendicular to round or oval reflector. Doctors can get greater smoothness of borders and 

 interfaces, improved contrast resolution and border detection.



Premium Ultrasound Capabilities


Color Flow Peak Velocity Capture

Capture the peak flow signals within a certain time duration, in order to improve the low speed blood flow and low perfusion 

 organ (such as tumor blood supply)


Anatomical M-Mode(up to lines)

A novel technique for the quantitative evaluation of regional wall motion analysis with 360º during echocardiography, 

 permitting a more detailed analysis of cardiac chambers diameters, regional wall motion of the left ventricle, and location of 

 accessory pathways.


TDI(Tissue Doppler Imaging)

TDI using Doppler to quantify the velocity of tissue rather than blood, allows the visualization of tissue movement, usually 

performed on the myocardium. This tool is typically used to assess levels of diastolic function of  the left ventricle by placing 

 a sample volume at the mitral valve annulus.


Real-time 3D Imaging(4D imaging)

Real time imaging

Real Skin imaging with light source and depth view

Tomographic Ultrasound Imaging