The Sonosite Titan portable ultrasound remains an excellent, low-cost choice when addressing a variety of clinical needs. With its highly transportable size and 8.3-pound weight, combined with its extremely durable engineering, the Titan ultrasound is popular in small offices, intensive care units, and emergency rooms where an ultrasound machine isn’t always available in the budget.
In terms of its imaging capabilities, defined by its CW Doppler capabilities for high-quality images, the Sonosite Titan ultrasound also features:
- Pulsed wave Doppler
- Directional color power Doppler
- Tissue Harmonic Imaging
With the help of these advanced imaging technologies, the Sonosite Titan ultrasound is widely used for basic triage, PICC lines, vascular and general abdominal imaging. Although there is a cardiac option as well, this ultrasound is not designed for a full-range cardiac study.
This system displays images on its all-digital, high-resolution LCD display.
SonoSite portable ultrasound machines are among our customers’ favorites. They don’t break, they have good image quality, and they’re easy to use. You’ll want to talk to your Providian consultant about whether a SonoSite is right for you. The reason is that SonoSite ultrasound machines are designed for specific markets and specific types of users. They are not catch-all systems like most portable ultrasound machines.
We have always been big fans of the SonoSite Titan and its successors, the SonoSite MicroMaxx, SonoSite M-Turbo, and SonoSite Edge. The Titan is one of the most affordable and reliable color Doppler portable ultrasound machines for sale.