Those were the values that users requested that drove the creation of the Nextgen LOGIQ e. It’s 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.
The Nextgen LOGIQ e gives you many advanced features and the right-out-of-the-box imaging – optimized for anesthesia helps make the technology transparent so that you can focus on the patient.
• Set up for you. Head to toe, every block is different. The Nextgen LOGIQ e’s presets helps simplify the selection of the right system settings for each application.
• Workhorse simplicity: The versatility of probes like the 12L mean you can use a single probe for many applications.
• Simple documentation. One click sends images to multiple storage locations.
Getting the needle in the right place the first time on all patient types is key to patient comfort. Crisp imaging is at the core of the LOGIQ e.
• See the needle tip. The Nextgen LOGIQ e uses two different types of ultrasound: One for tissue and one for metal. This makes the needle stand out and allows separate control of its appearance.
• See the nerve. Tissue differentiation matters. The Nextgen LOGIQ e’s imaging engine is optimized to help make the nerve stand out.
Whether you’re measuring seconds for clinical reasons, or you’re measuring productivity for business reasons , the Nextgen LOGIQ e is built to help make you fast. The compact system quickly moves from patient to patient.
• 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
NextGen LOGIQ™TM 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.