GE HealthCare - Voluson 730
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GEs Voluson 730 is the worlds first ultrasound system capable of true Volume Ultrasound.

GE’s Voluson 730 is a powerful system that enables real-time techniques for acquiring, navigating and analyzing volumetric images so that can make clinical decisions with unprecedented confidence. With Voluson 730, users can now acquire and construct volumetric images in real time – up to 40 volumes per second. The system allows users to explore images in any plane to reveal the smallest details with stunning clarity and apply sophisticated analytical tools to answer virtually any clinical questions. Volume Ultrasound not only improves 3D/4D capabilities, it enhances 2D imaging as well, for even greater diagnostic confidence in obstetrical, gynecologic, breast and general imaging studies. Through the combination of Voluson and ViewPoint with 4D View, users can extend and expand diagnostic capabilities while streamlining their practice workflow and increasing diagnostic confidence.

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2 months ago
Voluson 730 does not turn on

Hello friends, Our device does no turn on. Stays on "CHECK SIGNAL" screen. Where might the problem be?



2 years ago
Blank screen
System powers up but screen remains blank, also secondary monitor Reply


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3 years ago
voluson 730
good morning, what is the password to enter the bios of a voluson 730?Reply
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  • Speckle Reduction Imaging (SRI) heightens the visibility of organs and lesions through improved contrast resolution and border detection while reducing artifact characteristics of ultrasound.
  • CrossXBeamCRI (CRI) enhances tissue and border differentiation with an exclusive spatial compounding acquisition and processing technique.    
  • HD-Flow is a bi-directional power Doppler feature that enables a more sensitive vascular study and reduces the overwriting associated with standard color Doppler.
  • Volume Contrast Imaging (VCI) allows for better assessment of size, margins and internal structures of lesions through maximized image quality in all three planes. 
  • Tomographic Ultrasound Imaging (TUI) makes analysis and documentation of dynamic studies easier by providing a simultaneous view of multiple slices of a volume data set.


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Height56 in
Length 39 in
Weight300 lbs
Clinical ApplicationsColorectal
Imaging Capabilities2D/3D/4D
Image Display15 in high resolution non-interfaced flat CRT
Imaging ModeB/M
Width27 in
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