Anne LeGrand, senior vice president and general manager, Ultrasound, for Philips Healthcare said, Following extensive research into clinicians needs, we have designed a laptop-sized system that can help them get to patients quickly—no matter where they are in the hospital or clinic—and which can produce high quality images regardless of the difficulty of the situation at hand
The CX50 CompactXtreme, which was first showcased during Philips’ recent analyst day on May 16, features Philips breakthrough PureWave transducer, which is clinically proven to improve penetration in difficult-to-image patients and to reduce clutter so clinicians can view fine structures in excellent detail. It also features Philips XRES adaptive image processing for reduced speckle and haze inherent with ultrasound imaging. As a result, images are virtually free from noise and have extraordinary clarity and edge definition.
Thomas Buck, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Essen, West German Heart Center, Gesamthochschule, Germany said, Philips CX50 CompactXtreme system is truly the most advanced ultrasound system available today because its excellent image quality allows us to diagnose our patients quickly and confidently at the bedside. The combination of PureWave technology and XRES processing enables the system to deliver the same image quality as full-size systems, allowing full echo data analysis from a portable system without any compromises. The newly launched CX50 CompactXtreme supports adult transthoracic and transesophageal cardiology applications.
The CX50 CompactXtreme offers portability to address multiple scanning environments. Its built-in handle and battery allow users to pickup-and-go for quick responses. For added convenience, it has a cart designed specifically for the system for effortless maneuvering throughout the hospital. And a wheeled case supports easy travel to remote locations.