FHI is an innovative harmonic imaging technology that uses multiple transmission and receiving methods based on the patients’ size and weight. This allows the Sonobook to maintain image resolution when imaging larger patients.
Traditional Tissue Harmonics and Phased Harmonics compromise image quality and resolution when penetration is increased.
Sonobook’s FHI technology greatly improves diagnostic abilities and clinical confidence in larger, difficult-to-image patients.
This adaptive color detection technology can automatically adjust the assessment of color signal and noise according to different tissues.
As a result, color sensitivity of low-velocity flow is significantly enhanced.
Elastography displays tissue stiffness in real time to provide doctors with additional diagnostic information when scanning organs like liver and breast.
Compared to the traditional dual-beam former on most ultrasound machines, the Sonobook uses quad-beam technology for ultrasound signal receiving.
Doubles the volume of signals received over traditional methods, increasing image resolution and generating more accurate images.
Produces higher frame rates, ensuring better diagnostic confidence and efficiency, especially for moving organs.
The Sonobook allows one-touch user-adjusted contrast resolution based upon differences in tissue density.
Enhance, Normal, and Suppress settings increase or decrease contrast resolution, based on the tissue type and user preference.