GE Logiq S8 cheapest price is a flexible workhorse and is the best option for shared service. This system supports applications in cardiac, abdominal, obstetrics, gynecology, breast, small parts, urological, musculoskeletal, peripheral vascular, pediatrics, neonatal and transcranial ultrasound. Some of the standard features are speckle reduction imaging (SRI-HD), automatic optimization, fine angle steering, coded harmonic imaging, 3D, fetal trending, raw data analysis and crossbeam. Among the rich offerings is a robust list of calculations packages that are part of the standard issue. System Brochure Transducer Brochure GET A QUOTE
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