Keeping pace with the clinical needs of managing patients with cardiac disease, such as heart failure, valvular disease, and congenital heart disease, calls for unprecedented levels of image quality, quantification, clinical performance, and information management. The iE33 intelligent echo system is addressing this growing requirement with complementary 2D and volumetric Live 3D imaging and quantification. These tools help you find detailed information related to cardiac disease management: structure, efficiency, size, flow and function.
With Live 3D Transesophageal Echo (TEE), clinical cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, anesthesiologists, interventional cardiologists, and echocardiographers can see cardiac structure and function never seen before. It’s real-time displays of the beating heart from new perspectives. It’s quick, accurate, reproducible and quantifiable.
a month ago
Can someone walk me step-by-step to determine if my 2013 PHillips ie33 is DICOM enabled? Thank you! Ali Reply
3 months ago
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while connecting the T6H probe to iE33 (with an adapter) one message coming calibration failsReply
3 months ago
Dear All System: IE33 cart B The SIP's motherboard is out of services, I have another SIP recover from an IE33 cart C,please can I install it on IE33 cart B? thank you for your help.Reply
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App helps shorten the time between a heart attack and treatment, shaving crucial minutes and potentially saving lives