DESCRIPTIONThe HD11 XE is a complete, digital imaging system that delivers high-definition imaging and ease-of-use in a compact, ergonomic and reliable package.
In this full-featured performer, Philips has combined broadband beamforming, automated image optimization tools, and clinically proven technologies. The HD11 XE is ideal for public and private hospitals, satellite clinics or specialized practices. And it’s built on an upgradeable platform to protect investments, backed by Philip’s customer support program. Includes SonoCT spatial compounding image acquisition and XRES adaptive image processing. Also 4D imaging, qualitative freehand 3D, 2D pulse inversion harmonic imaging, and QLAB quantification software.
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10 days ago
|HD11 XE - no sound in the Doppler cardio modes|
Hi. The PC CMOS is out of batteries and BIOS go to default setting. The BIOS settings were restored from the archive. The battery was replaced, but there was no sound in the Doppler cardio modes. Reinstalled device drivers from the menu - no effect. Options and\or service password - maybe it will help? Reply
7 months ago
|Need some help to solve this problem|
Philips HD11xe this is the error ( Could not start because the following file is not Root>\system32\hal.dll. -install a copy of the above file)Reply
8 months ago
where can I find the service manual? Reply
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- The stress echo option is fully integrated into the user interface for the rapid acquisition and display of high-resolution images, with plenty of flexibility.
- Anatomical M-mode, for more accurate measurements of chambers, walls and ejection fraction; makes it easier to keep the M-mode line perpendicular to the anatomy, even in abnormally shaped or positioned hearts.
- Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI), including Color TDI to assess direction and timing of myocardial function, and pulsed wave TDI for velocity mapping of vessel wall motion and cardiac tissue.
The following transducers are Philips HD11 probes: Philips C5-2, Philips 3D8-4, Philips S7-3t, Philips S4-2, Philips S8-3, Philips C8-5, Philips D2cwc, Philips D2tcd, Philips S3-1, Philips S12-4, Philips L12-3, Philips C6-3, Philips C9-4, Philips C9-5ec, Philips C8-4v, Philips 3D9-3v, Philips L9-3, Philips L8-4, Philips L12-5, Philips L15-7io, Philips 3D6-2, Philips V6-2, Philips V8-4, Philips BP10-5ec, and Philips S7-2.