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The specialist cardiovascular ultrasound system

If you really want to focus on cardiovascular diagnosis, meet the EKO 7, the ultrasound system built for dedicated cardiovascular use - from ergonomics to specific image quality requirements.

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Multi-Beam Processing
Multi-beam Imaging is a technique involving creating several scan lines of images in one TX. Multi-beam technique is possible through digital beam forming and is a function that cannot be realized with the existing analog beam-forming method.
Synthetic Aperture
Synthetic aperture control is a method for overcoming the limits of the physical channel in software methods. As shown in the diagram, to create one scan line, TX and RX work is performed twice.
Harmonic Imaging
The basic theory of harmonic imaging is that body tissue reflects ultrasound signals at twice the frequency of the scanning frequency, or the second harmonic with scanning frequency. Harmonic imaging is an advanced version of conventional harmonic imaging.
Full Spectrum Imaging
Spectrum imaging is designed for imaging by considering the entire frequency territory that the probe supports, no matter how the TX frequency is designated. The frequency range can be broadened for better penetration and resolution.
Speckle Tracking Strain
Typical speckle pattern in the myocardium. The two enlarged areas show completely different speckle patterns, which is due to the randomness of the interference.
Stress Echo
EKO 7 provides a complete package for pharmacological Stress Echo, diastolic Stress Echo, and exercise Stress Echo. The programmable features of each Stress Eco study give you a streamlined workflow to fit your needs.
AutoIMT™
Automated measurement of the intima-media thickness of the carotid artery wall is a widely-used function. It provides instant and Mean, Max, Standard Deviation and Quality Index at the touch of a single button.