The HP Sonos 7500 model has ranked up among the industry’s finest cardiovascular imaging systems, developed based on its predecessor Sonos 5500’s state of the art platform and functionality, for many years now. With its built-in Live3D imaging technology, which is the first generation of Live3D cardiac ultrasound imaging function in its class, the Sonos 7500 gained its competitive edge in the market.
In addition to cardiovascular application, the Sonos 7500 ultrasound machine is also well suited to perform high-precision diagnostic imaging for shared service, peripheral vascular, abdominal, obstetrics, gynecology, small parts, and Transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE).
To address the critical demand of diverse medical research and development facilities in the world, HP engineered the Sonos 7500 ultrasound with a full suite of revolutionary tools that could further advance echocardiogram research. These advanced features include acoustic quantification (AQ), color kinesis (CK), quantitative stress echo, contrast imaging, and gated 3D acquisition.