xMATRIX for leading-edge ultrasound transducer technology
No other premium ultrasound system can run the complete suite of the world’s most innovative ultrasound transducers. With the touch of a button, xMATRIX offers all modes in a single transducer: 2D, 3D/4D, Live xPlane, Live MPR, MPR, Doppler, colour Doppler, and CPA.
Simplify liver assessment with non-invasive tools. Obtaining liver stiffness measurements with Philips shear wave elastography is surprisingly fast and easy even on difficult-to-image patients. It is non-invasive, making it a quick, simple step for sonographers and virtually painless for patients.
PureWave Imaging for technically difficult patients
Philips exclusive PureWave crystal technology is clinically proven to improve penetration in difficult-to-image patients. The pure, uniform PureWave crystals are up to 85% more efficient than conventional materials, resulting in exceptional performance. This technology allows for improved penetration and excellent detailed resolution.
nSIGHT Imaging is a totally different approach to ultrasound
Philips proprietary nSIGHT Imaging architecture is a totally different approach to forming ultrasound images. Unlike conventional systems that form the image line by line, nSIGHT creates images with optimal resolution down to the pixel level. nSIGHT Imaging incorporates the use of a 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.
iSCAN || Designed to reinvent the user
iSCAN for automatic image optimisation
Real Time iSCAN (AutoSCAN) automatically optimises gain and TGC to continuously provide a high-quality image.
Advanced user experience
Advanced user experience
EPIQ 7 has completely reinvented the premium ultrasound user experience. Ease of use, workflow, ergonomics, and mobility. We’ve revolutionised how you interact with an ultrasound system from every standpoint, and kept it beautifully intuitive and very quiet.
Tablet-like touch interface || Designed to reinvent the user
Tablet-like touch interface for easier navigation
Navigate quickly to system functions with the tablet-like touch interface, with 40% less reach and 15% fewer steps to complete an exam.
Excellent ergonomics may help reduce repetitive stress injuries
EPIQ's extended-range control panel and monitor can be articulated for proper ergonomic alignment whether sitting or standing. The large 21" widescreen monitor facilitates easy viewing in virtually any environment. EPIQ has four transducer connectors with ambient lighting for ease in transducer selection during an exam.
Amazing mobility helps you do studies everywhere
EPIQ is the lightest ultrasound machine in its class; it's easily transported on both carpet and tile. Place it in sleep mode, move it and boot up in seconds. The monitor folds down to reduce overall system height for transport, and the integrated cable hooks and catch tray are ideal for mobile studies.
Multimodality DICOM is integrated for easy reviewing
View DICOM images such as CT, NM, MRI, mammography, and ultrasound on your EPIQ system. Easily compare past and current studies without the use of an external reading station, and even review these multimodality images while live imaging. Capture side-by-side comparison images as part of the exam documentation.
Library quiet for small examination rooms
EPIQ 7 is almost silent when running. A noise test determined that EPIQ 7 runs at 37-41 dB, which is equivalent to the sound of a library. This is extremely welcome in small scanning/examination rooms.
MaxVue high definition display
MaxVue high-definition display
At the touch of a button, MaxVue high-definition display brings extraordinary visualisation of anatomy with 1,179,648 additional image pixels compared to a standard 4:3 display format mode. MaxVue enhances ultrasound viewing and provides 38% more viewing area to optimise the display of dual, side/side, biplane, and scrolling imaging modes.