LOGIQ P3
NEW AND USED GE ULTRASOUND
LOGIQ P3 Deep penetration, high resolution and great color sensitivity for advanced imaging to help give you a more confident diagnosis across a range of clinical applications.

The LOGIQ P3 was designed following a careful study of the changing needs of clinical practices.

A smart new shape and more convenient operation make it a system that is well-suited for multiple clinical settings—including women’s health, shared services, surgical applications, anesthesia, emergency, and critical care.

Easier for you. Better for the patient.

From a streamlined design to user-friendly keyboard and controls, LOGIQ P3 is designed for ease of use:     

  • Logically grouped keys provide easier operation while scanning.
  • Flexible movement of the monitor allows easy viewing by you and your patient.
  • Lightweight system provides enhanced mobility.
  • High-resolution, wide-angle 15” LCD with tilt and swivel gives you a better view.

NEW AND USED GE ULTRASOUND
LOGIQ P3 Deep penetration, high resolution and great color sensitivity for advanced imaging to help give you a more confident diagnosis across a range of clinical applications.

Exceptional clarity.

With the LOGIQ P3, GE continues our commitment to migrate advanced ultrasound technology across our family of systems. This gives you improved diagnostic capability from a robust feature set:

  • CrossXBeam*. Compounded imaging provides enhanced tissue and border differentiation.
  • Auto Optimization. One-touch image optimization improves contrast resolution, color sensitivity or spectral Doppler depending on the active mode.
  • Virtual convex. Enables extended field of view with linear transducers.
  • Anatomical M-Mode. Adjustable M-cursor positioning allows angle corrections for more accurate measurements on both still and live images.
  • LOGIQview*. Extended field of view allows you to image large organs, typically unable to be seen within a single image.
  • Easy 3D and Advanced 3D. Enables you to see organ positioning relative to surrounding anatomy.
  • Speckle Reduction Imaging (SRI). Enables you to see more clearly by suppressing speckle where it obscures underlying anatomy and helps in better border delineation where there are small differences in echogenicity.  May be helpful in identifying subtle lesions.

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