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Philips Affiniti 70 Console Ultrasound Machine For Sale

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National Ultrasound is the leading online retailer for ultrasound systems, machines, parts, and probes. We carry a full range of ultrasound systems from top medical manufacturing brands in the industry, such as refurbished Philips Ultrasound, a household name in technology products. The Philips Affiniti 70 console ultrasound machine offers a simplified and intuitive user interface, image sharing system, and easy access to diagnostic imaging information. The Affiniti 70 is designed for 3D/4D, Anesthesiology, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Endocrinology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, OB-GYN, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Podiatry, Rheumatology, Surgery, Urology, and Vascular imaging applications. It is fitted with a 21.5” LCD display with four-way articulation, a 12” widescreen tablet-like touchscreen, 4 transducer ports, ample storage capacity, and an array of imaging modes. National Ultrasound carries new and used Phillips Ultrasound machines for sale, so we can help you find the right ultrasound system for your budget. For pricing information on this or any of our products, click “Get a Quote.” Contact National Ultrasound to speak to a specialist about your diagnostic imaging needs. We can help you get the perfect ultrasound system for your practice or clinic.

 

SKU: 4e11d4b3ebf4 Category:
  • 3D/4D
  • Anesthesiology
  • Cardiology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Endocrinology
  • Internal Medicine
  • Nephrology
  • Neurology
  • OB-GYN
  • Orthopedics
  • Otorhinolaryngology
  • Pain Management
  • Podiatry
  • Rheumatology
  • Surgery
  • Urology
  • Vascular
  • Philips ATL>3D9-3v Volume Endocavitary (3-9 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>BP10-5ec Bi-plane Endocavity ( 5-10 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>C10-3v PureWave Endocavity (3-10 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>C10-4ec Endocavity (4-10 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>C5-1 PureWave Convex Array (1–5 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>C6-2 Convex ( 2-6 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>C8-5 Micro-convex Array (5–8 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>C9-2 PureWave Micro-convex (2 -9 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>C9-4v Endocavity (4-9 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>D2tcd Pedoff PW (2 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>D5cwc Pedoff CW (5 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>L12-3 Linear Array (3-12 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>L12-4 Linear Array (4-12 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>L12-5- 12.0 - 5.0 MHz- Linear Array (vascular/small parts)
  • Philips ATL>L15-7io Intraoperative Linear (7–15 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>L18-5 Linear (5-18 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>S12-4 Neonatal Phased Sector Array (4-12 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>S4-2 Phased Sector Array (2-4 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>S5-1 PureWave Phased Sector Array (1-5 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>S7-3t Pediatric TEE transesophegeal (3-7 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>S8-3 Pediatric Phased Sector Array (3-8 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>V6-2 Volume Convex(2-6 MHz )
  • Philips ATL>VL13-5 Volume Linear (5-13 MHz)
  • Philips ATL>xMATRIX TEE transesophegeal X 7-2t (2 – 7 MHz)
  • 3D Color
  • 4D Imaging
  • Active native data
  • Contrast Imaging
  • DICOM 3.0
  • ElastPQ
  • Free hand 3D
  • Panoramic Imaging
  • PercuNav
  • Physio SW
  • StartExam
  • STIC (Spacial-Temporal Image Correlation)
  • Strain Elastography
  • Stress Protocol
  • Biopsy Guide
  • Black and white printer
  • Color printer
  • DVD-RW Drive
  • Not available

Technical Specifications:

21.5” LCD display with four-way articulation, 12” widescreen tablet-like touchscreen, 4 transducer ports, Combined 512 GB storage capacity, DVD+RW drive, Wireless networking, 2D mode, Tissue Harmonic Imaging (THI), M mode, Color Doppler, Color Power Angio Doppler, Pulse wave Doppler, Auto color and auto Doppler, Transport mode : The system lasts 45 minutes before recharge, PureWave crystal technology, Auto Doppler for vascular imaging, SonoCT real-time compound imaging, XRES adaptive image processing, iSCAN intelligent optimization, AutoSCAN intelligent optimization, SmartExam protocols, iOPTIMIZE, intelligent optimization, Tissue aberration correction (TAC), Coded beamforming, QuickSAVE feature, Cineloop review: up to 2,200 frames of 2D and color images, High Q automatic Doppler analysis