GE Volusion

 GE Voluson 730 The GE Voluson 730 ultrasound machine isn’t like every other scanner machine—it uses real-time techniques to acquire and analyze volumetric images.

The GE Voluson 730 ultrasound machine is considered the standard in 4D imaging. Since the inception of 40 OB/GYN imaging every company has tried to compare itself to the via sans 730, but everybody comes up short. The 730 is different from other volumetric scanning systems, it uses a real-time technique to acquire and analyze volumetric images. Known in the industry as true volumetric ultrasound the 730 was the first machine to utilize this technology; probably the reason for the undeniable success of this ultrasound system. The proof is in the pudding in the volumetric images from the GE 730 speak for themselves,

GE Voluson 730 Features

  • 3D Static/4D Real-time Imagin,
  • Power Doppler Imaging (PDI)
  • Automatic Tissue Optimization (ATO)
  • 15″ high resolution non-interlaced flat CRT
  • 4 active probe ports, B-Mode, M-Mode
  • Image Archive on CD, MOD, and Hard Drive (40 GB)
  • Tissue Harmonic Imaging, Tissue Doppler Imaging
  • Digital Beamformer with 512 system processing channel technology
  • CINE memory: up to 256 MB (up to 3000 2D Images)
  • State-of-the-art user interface with on screen menu’s


  • Abdominal, OB/GYN, Fertility
  • Urology, Pediatric, Peripheral Vascular,
  • Musculoskeletal, Small Parts
  • Cardiac, Abdominal, Internal Medicine,
  • Transcranial Doppler
  • Peripheral Vascular


2-D Transducers:

  • AB 2-5 (2-5 MHz) Convex
  • IC 5-9 (5-9 MHz) EndoCavity
  • SP 4-10 (4-10 MHz) Linear
  • SP 10-16 (10-16 MHz) Linear
  • PA 2-5 (2-5 MHz) Sector
  • PA 6-8 (6-8 MHz) Sector
Volume 3D transducers:

  • RSP 6-12 (6-12 MHz
  • RIC 5-9 (5-9 MHz)
  • RRE 6-10 (6-10 MHz)
  • RAB 2-5 (2-5 MHz)
  • RAB 4-8 (4-8 MHz
For more information on this or any other Ultrasound Product or Accessory, Contact:
Bill Ward
Freedom Imaging
Ultrasound Manager

We take tremendous pride in the equipment and service we provide.