The Chison Q9 ultrasound is one of Chison’s high-range machines designed for high-resolution imaging and advanced performance in all clinical environments, plus several features to help you image faster and more efficiently.
How the Chison Q9 Ultrasound Can Help Your Practice?
For a quick overview of the Chison Q9 ultrasound’s main features and uses, Brian Gill takes you through this popular machine in the video below:
The Chison Q9 ultrasound was engineered for physicians who want solid imaging performance and top ultrasound technology. Whether imaging bedside, for emergency applications, or simply in your private clinic, the Q9 ultrasound aids your imaging with features including:
- Color Doppler
- VirtualHD 4D Imaging
- Compound imaging
- Speckle reduction
- Steered M-Mode
- QuadPlex autotracing with color, spectral PW, and 2D imaging
The Virtual 4D imaging is one of the latest innovations among Chison ultrasounds, giving you real-time 4D with a turbo-powered imaging engine. With regards to its cardiovascular performance, the Q9’s continuous Wave (CW) Doppler detects blood flow and aims to give physicians more diagnostic information.
Chison Q9 Ultrasound Applications
The Chison Q9 ultrasound platform also emphasizes its versatile capabilities, exceeding performance expectations in all clinical environments. With the help of its advanced ultrasound imaging technologies, the Chison Q9 system is ideal for the following applications:
- Small parts
Imaging Benefits with the Chison Q9 Ultrasound
The Chison Q9 comes with a range of high-end imaging technologies. In combination with its lightweight design and easy-to-use interface, the Q9’s superior imaging performance eases diagnostic confidence and accuracy.
The Q9 ultrasound is mostly known for its Virtual HD, real-time 4D imaging, which uses a moveable virtual light source to give spectacularly detailed images of the fetus.
Additionally, the Chison Q9 ultrasound includes the following imaging technologies:
- Continuous Wave (CW) Doppler for detecting direct blood in cardiovascular applications
- Free Steering M Mode for enhancing diagnostic efficiency
- Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI) for echocardiography
- IMT Functions for automatically tracing the intima
- Super needle for seeing the needle more clearly during medical procedures
- Curved panoramic imaging for wider and more flexible views
- Elastography for displaying tissue stiffness in real time
What Transducers Do I Need?
The Chison Q9 ultrasound benefits from a wide variety of transducers, and it is compatible with high-frequency linear probes up to 18MHz. Some of the compatible probes for the Q9 include:
- 4D Volume
Chison Q9 Ultrasound Warranty
By getting the Q9 portable ultrasound from Chison America, you can benefit from low prices and a three-year warranty on the ultrasound system. Call Chison America today for more information about a warranty for the Q9.
Chison Q9 Ultrasound Review
When compared to others in its price range, the Q9 ranks among the top systems. It has its strengths where it outperforms others, particularly with the 18MHz probe for superficial imaging.
Additionally, we’ve tested the 4D imaging capabilities on live patients and found that this was the first new system in its price range to have truly good 4D obstetric imaging. In the past, competitors have produced simply passable 4D systems, but none that could truly be used as solid “babyface” ultrasound machines.
The 3-year System warranty makes this among the most attractive mid-upper range portable ultrasound machines. Typically a 3-year warranty on such a system would cost nearly the price of the ultrasound. Instead, it’s just slightly higher priced than its nearest competitor. This is arguably the best bargain in its price range.
Chison Q9 Ultrasound Features
Q9 Ultrasound Clinical Applications:
- Small parts
- B, 2B, 4B, B/M
- PW, CW
- CPA, DPD
- Duplex, Triplex, Quadplex
- Curved Panoramic Imaging(option)
- 4D (option)
- Chroma B/M/PW/CW
- ECG (option)
- Free Steering M (option)
- Color M (option)
- TDI (option)
- THI on all probes
- Speckle Reduction Algorithm (SRA)
- Multiple Compound Imaging (MCI)
Q9 Ultrasound Probes
- 4D Volume