Comparing Two of the World’s Most Popular Portable Ultrasounds
They’re the same, but they’re totally different.
In nutshell, that’s what I have to say about the GE Logiq e and the Fuji SonoSite M-Turbo ultrasound machines.
These are two great machines that serve similar purposes, but each thrives in a different habitat.
One likes to show off how it can be manhandled and that it can think fast and work quickly. The other likes to show that it’s a deep thinker and can thrive in any environment.
In my video review, these two versatile ultrasounds face off. Find out which ultrasound is best for you in this ultrasound review of the GE Logiq e and Fuji SonoSite M-Turbo.
Interested in purchasing or want more details about the M-Turbo or the Logiq e? Call us today at 866-513-8322 or contact us here.
Where Should You Go from Here?
As discussed in the video, the only person who can really give this answer is the person who is using it.
If you’re a purchasing director, you’ll want to talk to the people who will be using the system most. You’ll find that some prefer GE over SonoSite, but if you find out what they’ll be doing with the machine, it will really help you make your determination.
For clinicians who will be using the ultrasound machine, simply write down your top uses for the machine and what’s most important to you. One pitfall many make are thinking of the many potential uses in the future. It’s fun to think of all the things you can do, but it helps to be realistic and look just a year or two down the road.
When you’re armed with information, you can then make a great choice. Call Probo Medical today at 866-513-8322 for a price for purchase or rent of the GE Logiq e or a SonoSite M-Turbo ultrasound machine.
About the Author
Brian Gill is Probo Medical’s Vice President of Marketing. He has been in the ultrasound industry since 1999. From sales to service to customer support, he has done everything from circuit board repair and on-site service to networking and PACS, to training clinicians on ultrasound equipment. Through the years, Brian has trained more than 500 clinicians on over 100 different ultrasound machines. Currently, Brian is known as the industry expert in evaluating ultrasounds and training users on all makes and models of ultrasound equipment, this includes consulting with manufacturers with equipment evaluations during all stages of product development.