The Features Of The GE Vivid T8 Cardiac Ultrasound

Providing the best possible equipment for patients doesn’t just result in more effective monitoring, diagnosis and treatment, but it also makes the task much easier for nursing staff and doctors alike. Finding the right equipment to meet these needs often involves looking at the latest in technology combined with functionality.

With the GE Vivid T8 cardiac ultrasound, this combination of patient care, as well as the highest levels of technology and monitoring ability, come together in one system. This is actually a combination of the established Vivid technology and the LOGIQ system which adds to the versatility and the reliability this combination of the two.

There are several important advantages to this monitor and cardiac ultrasound system. It offers maximum functionality to be easily operated by staff while also being completely mobile. This allows patient care in-room to be done on top quality equipment that offers all the features of larger, stationary cardiac ultrasound options.

Operational Considerations

With the GE Vivid T8 cardiac ultrasound, the entire control panel is intuitively designed. The system offers the option for staff to select from touch screen control options or through specific patient management buttons. The system uses a trackball for easy location of features and movement through the screens and menus.

The weight of this mobile cardiac ultrasound is just 128 pounds, so it is not just mobile but easily moved by just one person. It is designed to be moved from either the front or back, and it can be moved by pulling or by pushing for easy maneuvering even in tight spaces.

The Functions

The functionality of the GE Vivid T8 cardiac ultrasound really does set it apart from the competition. There are several modes and functions that are all controlled by the buttons located around the trackball. This allows the nurse, technician or doctor to easily complete various types of imaging without a complicated process.

The system allows for tissue velocity imaging, automatic assessment of ventricular ejection fraction, tissue tracking, smart stress for streamlining workflow and automatic function imaging, which assesses and quantifies the left ventricular wall motion and rest, then also automatically makes calculations of the functioning of the walls.

Additionally, the system will also work with any facility shared service. This allows remote viewing of the images and enhanced visualization of blood flow and wall structure without the issues that may limit this technology using Doppler systems.