A compact ultrasound scanner for general imaging purposes. Includes an ergonomic control panel, 15-inch LCD, Sonoset, Freecursor, QuickScan ADF, and ApliPure to enhance ease of use and image quality.
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Diagnose with speed - Decide with confidence
Outstanding image quality, streamlined workflow and a wide range of clinically validated high-performance features give you the power to carry out your exams with more safety and efficiency. At the moment of truth you can decide with confidence and store, report, print and archive your findings conveniently on the system.
Take a look at what innovation can do for you
Nemio XG offers premium performance backed by unique, clinically validated technologies for a fast and secure diagnosis. Its fully digital architecture provides outstanding image quality with superb resolution and excellent sensitivity. A wide range of advanced clinical applications further expands your diagnostic capabilities. Nemio XG - a small package that delivers big performance.
Boost your productivity and accomplish more
Nemio XG combines ultra-fast operation with push-button simplicity. It is very compact and mobile, boots up in just seconds, and fits perfectly the way you work.
Its fully programmable user interface responds flexibly to your preferences and clinical needs to help you streamline your workflow.
Finally there's a system that adapts to your needs, and not the other way around.
|Doppler Modes||Color, Continuous wave (CW), Pulsed wave (PW), Power Angio & ADF (Advanced Dynamic Flow)|
|Image Display||15 in Color Flat Panel|
|Weight||220 lbs 220 lb/100 kg lbs ( 1 lbs = .45 Kg)|
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