The GE Vivid S60 is a mobile and robust ultrasound system. It offers excellent image quality at an affordable price. This ultrasound scanner allows you to minimize distractions by providing clear, detailed images in a short time.

The new technologies available with the Vivid S60 drastically reduce repetitive and tedious tasks. This will allow you to spend more time providing effective, quality patient care without the hassle of a less capable ultrasound machine.

For a cardiovascular ultrasound system on a tighter budget, the Vivid S60 is a good alternative. The image quality is clearly comparable to that offered by the Vivid S70 for example.

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Type of ultrasound
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Weight 73kg
Size 55cm x 76cm x 152cm
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Despite having slightly less technology than the Vivid S70, the Vivid S60 is capable of a wide variety of cardiovascular imaging modes, such as tissue synchronisation and tissue velocity imaging. Combining the performance of the Vivid product range with the advanced C-Sound beam, give your department a head start!
These technological advances take 2D ultrasound to a much higher level. You can easily navigate smooth images thanks to improvements in colour and clarity.

The technology related to the thermal amplifier and heat dissipation regime brings the heart probe to a 3Sc phased array. This provides ultra-wide bandwidth for high-end image quality.
Automated functional imaging (AFI) assesses and quantifies the movement of the left ventricular wall, calculating a wide range of parameters. In parallel, Virtual Convex offers a wider far-field view and aims to improve image quality on linear probes.
The Vivid S60 ensures that you can obtain cardiac images of even the smallest patients. This allows you to view small anatomies quickly and clearly with peace of mind thanks to the high resolution imaging of this device.

Safety is highly enhanced with the Vivid S60. With directory access protocols, this allows your IT team to better control what is in the system. The risk of a breach is minimised.
The encryption of the disk, containing the patient images and archives, guarantees security and confidentiality of the data, even in case of theft.