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Freestyle features

Improved workflow. Increased mobility. It all starts with wireless transducers.

 

▪   Transducer and battery approved for sterilisation using the STERRAD® 100S system to help reduce the risk of infection and improve outcomes

▪   Wireless transducers eliminate cable management within the sterile field and provide easy transducer preparation within a sterile sheath

▪   Transducers can be immersed in approved cleaning and disinfecting fluids at recommended immersion levels and time for high-level disinfection

▪   Greater flexibility in positioning the system and the transducer because there is no cable tethering them together

▪   Freedom from cable weight or torque allows for greater ease in obtaining accurate transducer and needle positioning during ultrasound-guided procedures

▪   Built-in transducer controls allow easy access to real-time operating functions

▪   Lightweight, wireless transducers are easy to prepare for sterile procedures

▪   Simplified user interface with fast access to most commonly used controls

▪   Wireless or wired DICOM connectivity and USB export provide flexibility in image storage capabilities and networking options

▪   The console boots up and shuts down in a minimal amount of time

▪   System can operate on battery power, streamlining set-up at the patient bedside

▪   Wireless alert system helps keep track of transducer location

▪   Compact console design requires minimal space in patient room or procedure room

▪   Pixelformer™ image processing automatically focuses the image throughout the field of view, eliminating focal banding and decreasing noise throughout the image

▪   Spatial Compounding and Speckle Filters provide excellent detail and contrast resolution for improved target and needle visualization during ultrasound-guided procedures

▪   8 GHz ultra-wideband (UWB) high data rate radio provides exceptional real-time wireless imaging

▪   Multiple antennas on the transducer and system ensure reliable high speed image data transmission between the transducer and the console