Overview

See clearly. See quickly. Guide precisely.

Those were the most frequent requests when we asked users what they needed to improve imaging productivity and quality in point-of-care applications. The new LOGIQ* e’s imaging engine comes from GE’s flagship console systems, delivering crisp images in a compact package. Point-of-care-specific software and transducers help to see the needle to administer a block or perform an aspiration quickly, even in an obese patient. When productivity matters, you can control the console from the transducer – potentially eliminating the need to have a second person assist.

Anatomy-specific presets and the ability to display only the functions you need means you can focus on the patient rather than the control panel. It’s durable and compact for easy portability yet features a large, user-friendly, high-res color display.

Click on the clinical areas below to learn more about how the new LOGIQ e is working to empower the following clinical areas.
 

Anesthesiology

Empowering Anesthesiology

See clearly. See quickly. Guide precisely. Those were the values users requested that drove the creation of the new LOGIQ* e. Its imaging engine comes from GE’s flagship console systems, delivering crisp images in a compact package. Innovative anesthesia-specific software and transducers help you see the needle and administer a block, even in a brightly lit room.

Simple.

  • Advanced features. The LOGIQ e is optimized for anesthesia, permitting right-out-of-the-box imaging.  
  • Set up for you. Head to toe, every block is different. The LOGIQ e presets help simplify the selection of the right system settings for each application. 
  • Workhorse simplicity. The versatility of probes like the 12L-RS means you can use a single probe for many applications. 
  • Simple documentation. One click sends images to multiple storage locations.

Fast.  

  • Need a third hand? With a needle in one hand, a probe in the other, sometimes you need another person to adjust the image. With system controls on the probe, you may not need the extra hand.
  • Imaging on the go. Compact and battery-operated, the LOGIQ e takes the hassle out of moving from patient to patient.

Precise.

  • Get it right the first time. Get the needle in the right place from the start, regardless of body type.  
  • See the needle tip. The LOGIQ e uses two different types of ultrasound: one for tissue and one for metal. This helps the needle stand out and allows separate control of the needle appearance.
  • See the nerve. Tissue differentiation is optimized to make the nerves stand out.

Head & Neck

Empowering Head and Neck Medicine

See clearly. See quickly. Guide precisely. Those were the values users requested that drove the creation of the new LOGIQ* e. Its imaging engine comes from GE’s flagship console systems, delivering crisp images in a compact package. Innovative head-and-neck software and transducers help you perform time-sensitive biopsies and lymph node characterization procedures without complexity.

Simple.

  • Advanced features. The LOGIQ e is optimized for head and neck, permitting right-out-of-the-box imaging. 
  • Set up for you. The LOGIQ e presets help simplify the selection of the right system settings for each application. 
  • Simple consistency. Patient Follow-up Tool with Fusion helps ensure technical consistency from exam to exam to help prevent clinical conclusions from being clouded by inconsistent technique. 
  • Simple comparison. Sometimes comparing left-to-right or before-and-after is the key to clinical decision-making. Simultaneous Split Screen makes the comparison nearly automatic. 
  • Simple documentation. One click sends images to multiple storage locations.

Fast.

  • Need a third hand? With a needle in one hand, a probe in the other, sometimes you need another person to adjust the image. With system controls on the probe, you may not need the extra hand. 
  • Imaging on the go. Portable and battery-operated, the LOGIQ e allows flexibility in moving from patient to patient.

Precise.

  • See the blood flow. Get precise visualization of low and slow blood flow and accurate imaging of vascularity.  
  • Get the needle in the right place the first time, regardless of body type.  
  • See the needle tip. The LOGIQ e uses two different types of ultrasound: one for tissue and one for metal. This helps the needle stand out and allows separate control of the needle appearance. 
  • See in 3D. Use any LOGIQ e transducer to show anatomical relationships intuitively with advanced Easy3D.  
  • See the blood flow and early disease. High-Res PDI is a GE-exclusive technology to help you depict low and slow blood flow, image vascularity and characterize lymph nodes.

Musculoskeletal

Empowering Musculoskeletal Medicine

See clearly. See quickly. Guide precisely. Those were the values users requested that drove the creation of the new LOGIQ* e. Its imaging engine comes from GE’s flagship console systems, delivering crisp imaging in a portable package. Innovative musculoskeletal-specific transducers and software help you see the source of pain, guide treatments and monitor patient progress.

Simple.

  • Advanced features. LOGIQ e is optimized for musculoskeletal medicine, permitting right-out-of-the-box imaging. 
  • Simple consistency. Patient Follow-up Tool with Fusion helps ensure technical consistency from exam to exam to help prevent clinical conclusions from being clouded by inconsistent technique.
  • Simple comparison. Sometimes comparing left-to-right or before-and-after is the key to clinical decision-making. Simultaneous Split Screen makes the comparison nearly automatic. 
  • The simplicity of a number. PDI quantification provides a numeric representation of the blood flow that may be associated with inflammation, tumors, and synovitis.

Fast.

  • Need a third hand? With a needle in one hand, a probe in the other, sometimes you need another person to adjust the image. With system controls on the probe, you may not need the extra hand.
  • Imaging on the go. Portable and battery-operated, the LOGIQ e allows flexibility in moving from patient to patient.

1. Any transducer applies to all transducers that have been validated on the new LOGIQ e.

Precise.

  • See the origin of pain. Whether the origin is bony or soft, superficial or deep, in patients of all sizes, LOGIQ e provides precise imaging.  
  • Image almost the whole body — and almost any body. The 1-5MHz curved transducer is versatile for applications from the shoulder to the hip, even in an obese patient. Other transducers image up to 22 MHz for stunning superficial detail. 
  • See the inflammation and early disease. High-Res PDI is a GE-exclusive technology to visualize flow in neovascularization.
  • See the needle tip. The LOGIQ e uses two different types of ultrasound: one for tissue and one for metal. This helps the needle stand out and allows separate control of the needle appearance. 
  • See in 3D. Use any1 LOGIQ e transducer to show anatomical relationships intuitively with advanced Easy3D.

Rheumatology

Empowering Rheumatology

Detect slow flow. Quantify it. Repeat with consistency. Those were the values users requested that drove the creation of the new LOGIQ* e. Its imaging engine comes from GE’s flagship console systems, delivering crisp images. Innovative image fusion and quantification help bring objectivity to patient evaluation, enabling you to monitor progress in a technically consistent way as you treat to the target of remission.

Simple.

  • Advanced features. LOGIQ e is optimized for rheumatology, permitting right-out-of-the-box imaging.
  • Measure the Inflammation. PDI provides objective quantitative measures of blood flow that is associated with tumors and inflammatory conditions such as synovitis. 
  • Simple consistency. The Patient Follow-up Tool with Fusion helps ensure technical consistency from exam to exam to help prevent clinical conclusions from being clouded by inconsistent technique.

Fast.

  • Need a third hand? With a needle in one hand and a probe in the other, sometimes you need another person to adjust the image. With system controls on the probe, you may not need the extra hand.
  • Imaging to go. Portable and battery-operated, the new LOGIQ e allows flexibility in moving from room to room.

1. As compared to GE’s Power Doppler Imaging, High-Res PDI has twice the axial resolution on the new LOGIQ e when using an L8-18i transducer with a phantom.

Precise.

  • See blood flow in microvessels. High-Res PDI, a GE-exclusive technology for visualizing, can see flow in vessels that are two times smaller than with conventional PDI1
  • Image almost the whole body — and almost any body. For demanding superficial imaging, pick up the new 22 MHz linear probe. Image deep in the hip with the 1-5 MHz curved transducer, and explore hard-to-reach areas with the high-frequency Hockey Stick.

Point of Care

Empowering Point of Care Medicine

See clearly. See quickly. Guide precisely. Those were the values users requested that drove the creation of the new LOGIQ* e. Its imaging engine comes from GE’s flagship console systems, delivering crisp images in a portable package. Point of care specific software and transducers help to see the needle to administer a block or perform an aspiration quickly, even in an obese patient. When productivity matters, you can control the console from the transducer – potentially eliminating the need to have a second person assist.

Simple.

  • Advanced features. The LOGIQ e is optimized for point of care applications, permitting right-out-of-the-box imaging.  
  • Simple consistency. Patient Follow-up Tool with Fusion helps ensure technical consistency from exam to exam to help prevent clinical conclusions from being clouded by inconsistent technique.
  • Simple comparison. Sometimes comparing left-to-right or before-and-after is the key to clinical decision-making. Simultaneous Split Screen makes the comparison nearly automatic. 
  • The simplicity of a number. PDI quantification provides a numeric representation of the blood flow that may be associated with inflammation, tumors, and synovitis.

Fast.

  • Need a third hand? With a needle in one hand and a probe in the other, sometimes you need another person to adjust the image. With system controls on the probe, you may not need the extra hand. 
  • Imaging to go. Portable and battery-operated, the new LOGIQ e allows flexibility in moving from room to room.

1. Any transducer applies to all transducers that have been validated on the new LOGIQ e.

Precise.

  • Tissues differentiation matters. The LOGIQ e imaging engine is separately optimized for each Point of Care application.
  • See the needle tip. The LOGIQ e uses two different types of ultrasound: one for tissue and one for metal. This helps the needle stand out and allows separate control of the needle appearance.  
  • Image almost the whole body — and almost any body. The 1-5 MHz curved transducer provides penetration for deep structures, even in an obese patient. Other transducers image up to 22 MHz for stunning superficial detail. 
  • See the inflammation and early disease. High-Res PDI is a GE-exclusive technology to visualize flow in neovascularization. 
  • See in 3D. Use any transducer1 to show anatomical relationships intuitively with Easy3D.

Clinical Images

Anesthesiology

Emergency Medicine

Head and Neck

Musculoskeletal

Rheumatology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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