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Product Information:

Manufacturer: GE



The GE LOGIQ P3 is a high performance imaging system designed for abdominal, obstetrics, gynecology, cardiology, urology, vascular procedures. LOGIQ P3 is based on the GE's exclusive software (TruScan Architecture) which provides for exceptional computational power, image-manipulation capability, workflow flexibility and product upgradeability. New to the P3 are new advances in operating algorithms and system operations to help improve image acquisition and patient throughput while help increase diagnostic confidence and exam consistency.



  • High resolution 15 inch Color LCD display
  • 1000 frames standard Cine Memory
  • 160 GB internal hard drive
  • Standard DVD R/W storage
  • Tissue Harmonic Imaging
  • Phase Inversion Harmonics
  • Loops Storage-from 'on the fly' scanning and from memory
  • Automatic Optimization
  • Auto TGC Optimization
  • ATO Auto Tissue Optimization
  • ACO Auto Color Optimization
  • ASO Auto Spectral Optimization
  • Virtual Convex
  • Patient Information Database
  • Image Archive on hard drive
  • Vascular Calcs, Cardiac Calcs, OB Calcs and tables, Fetal Trending, Multi Gestational Calcs, Hip Dysplasia Calcs, Gynecological Calcs, Urological Calcs, Renal Calcs.


Software Options:

USB quick Save, Network quick save, CrossXBeam, LOGIQView, Report Designer package, DICOM 3.0 Connectivity, B-Steer, Easy 3D, Anatomical M Mode, Advanced 3D


Available Transducers:

4C Wide Band Convex Probe, 5CS Wide Band Convex Probe, 3S Wide Band Phased Probe, 8L Wide Band Linear Probe, 11L Wide Band Linear Probe, E8CS Wide Band Microconvex Probe, E8C Wide Band Microconvex Probe, T739 Intraoperative Wide Band Linear Probe, 8C Wide Band Microconvex Probe


For additional informaton about this product, please call 855-951-8787 or fill out our Contact Form Today!!!





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