Hand-Carried Ultrasound designed for you
The SONIMAGE HS1 is a Point-of-Care portable ultrasound system designed to support a wide range of applications and patient types. The system delivers an advanced technologies to ensure excellent image quality and efficient workflow.
See beyond your expectation
Konica Minolta’s advanced technology features allow improved image detail and contrast resolution that provide precision diagnosis and better patient outcomes. High frequency linear probe “L18-4” provides exceptional image quality with an advanced level of Tissue Harmonic “Triad-THI”, and it is particularly ideal for superficial.
Simple Needle Visualization (SNV) improves detection of the needle tip in both in-plane and out-plane approaches. Also, a new function “Auto Steer” automatically detects the insertion of the needle and adjust the beam accordingly.
Designed based on Voice of Customers
Streamlined Console and Intuitive Operation
Simple console and intuitive touch screen increase flexibility for different user preferences and workflow situations. The console has been streamlined to include trackball plus only the eight most frequently used keys. The result is improved workflow efficiency.
HS1 has been optimized to facilitate superior workflow. Customizable touchscreen display allows you to suite your personal preference and provide you with one-button to access major imaging mode and function. Also, it enables to change up to 133% bigger image area and observe the image from some distance.
A wide range of applications
Auto IMT (intima-medial thickness) calculation is an advanced quantification applicat ion to assess arterial health. This non-invasive method to evaluate cardiovascular risk contains an IMT measurement, calculates a Vascular Age and Framingham Risk Factors.
Konica Minolta's unique RA solution works because it was built by rheumatologists just for you. It is designed to custom fit your workflow and improves throughput by performing RA scanning without touching any buttons.
This is a unique real-time qualitative imaging method that calculates and displays the relative stiffness of tissue. It also provides further clinical information for assessment of superficial lesions.