SonoSite Edge II

SonoSite Edge II

SonoSite Edge II

Ultrasound Equipment



Visualization, clearly enhanced

In the acute care environment, reducing the time to make an accurate diagnosis is a critical need. The Edge II features DirectClear Technology, a novel, patent-pending process that is available on select transducers. DirectClear elevates transducer performance by increasing penetration and contrast resolution. This contributes to an unsurpassed imaging experience for the bedside clinician.

Taking durability to the armored level

Designed to be truly portable and used in the most rugged environments, the Edge II reinforces our commitment to reliability and durability with Armored Cable Technology. With an embedded metal jacket, armored cables protect transducers from common abuse accident scenarios, like being rolled over, stepped on, or twisted, and help maintain image quality over the life of transducers built on this cable platform.


Ultrasound for Clarity and Confidence.

The Edge II features an easy-to-use interface for intuitive access to frequently used functions like gain and a wide-angle display with an anti-reflection coating for minimal adjustments during viewing. Designed with infection control in mind, the Edge II boasts a keypad with a seal extended to the edge to inhibit liquid ingress and low-profile keys with snap-dome technology for easy cleaning and tactile feedback.

SonoSite Edge II Brochure

Model Applications Bandwidth Scan Depth Biopsy Kit
C11xC11x Abdominal, Arterial, Cardiology (Vet), Neonatal, Nerve, Venous 8-5 MHz 13 cm Kit available
C35xpC35x Abdominal, Musculoskeletal, Nerve, Obstetrics, Spine 8-3 MHz Curved 16cm Kit available
C8xC8x Prostate, Transrectal 8-5 MHz 11.5 cm Kit available
HFL38xpHFL38xi Arterial, Breast, Lung, Musculoskeletal, Nerve, Ophthalmic, Vascular, Venous 13-6 MHz 6 cm Kit available
HFL50xHFL50x Breast, Musculoskeletal, Nerve 15-6 MHz 6 cm Kit available
HSL25xpHSL25x Arterial, Lung, Musculoskeletal, Nerve, Ophthalmic, Venous 13-6 MHz Linear 6 cm Kit Not available
ICTxICTx Gynecology, Obstetrics 8-5 MHz 13 cm Kit available
L25xpL25x Arterial, Lung, Musculoskeletal, Nerve, Ophthalmic, Venous 13-6 MHz 6 cm Kit available
L38xpL38xi Arterial, Lung, Nerve, Venous 10-5 MHz 9 cm Kit available
P10xP10x Neonatal Head 8-4 MHz 14 cm Kit available
rC60xirC60xi Abdominal, Gynecology, Musculoskeletal, Nerve, Obstetrics 5-2 MHz 30 cm Kit available
rP19x (SII)rP19x Abdominal, Cardiology, Lung, Obstetrics, TCD 5-1 MHz Phased 35 cm Kit available
TEExpTEExi Adult Cardiology 8-3MHz 18 cm

“It’s so much more fulfilling to be able to see what you’re doing under ultrasound guidance. Plus, knowing that it’s safer for patients makes me feel like I’m doing the right thing as a physician.”

Bradley T. Rosen, MD, MBA, FHM, Medical Director, ISP Hospitalist Service Proceduralist, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California

"A young 24-year-old woman recently came in with breast pain, afraid that it may be cancer. In one office visit, I was able to perform a scan, localize the cyst, and use guided-ultrasound to aspirate the fluid with a simple needle insertion. She walked out of my office with a new look on her face."

Mark Gittleman, MD, Breast Care Specialists, Allentown, Pennsylvania

"There are many options for musculoskeletal imaging, but ultrasound has a number of advantages over x-ray and MRI. For example, you can get real-time feedback during an examination. If the patient has pain, you can use ultrasound at that specific site, perform some dynamic maneuvers, and be able to make the diagnosis. There are certain areas where x-ray and MRI can be frustrating, particularly for pathologies that are not present at rest."

Levon Nazarian, MD, Professor of Radiology, Vice Chairman of Education, Director of Muscular Ultrasound, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

"Orthopedic surgeons are in an ideal place to perfect musculoskeletal ultrasound use. Surgeons know the anatomy, and can directly verify accuracy of diagnosis in the operating theater."

John S. Reach Jr., MD, Director of the Yale Foot and Ankle Service, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut

"Patients come to us because our routine use of hand-carried ultrasound conveys the message that we are at the leading edge of diagnostic screening. We often can’t get through a general or annual exam anymore before the patient asks, ‘When will you do my scan?’"

David Case, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York Physicians, New York City, New York

"With a hand-carried system, our department will be able to assess and diagnose patients at the scene of an accident, such as aggressively managing chest injuries, and for higher level trauma cases, pre-notify the hospital of a patient’s arrival to guarantee the availability of an operating room."

Stephen Rashford, MD, Medical Director, Queensland Ambulance Service, Australia

"Hand-carried ultrasound is less expensive, readily available, and provides excellent resolution with no radiation. On the other hand, an MRI can be difficult to schedule, cannot be brought to the point of care, and cannot be used on patients with pacemakers or those who suffer from claustrophobia."

Levon Nazarian, MD, Professor of Radiology, Vice Chairman of Education, Director of Muscular Ultrasound, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"Rapid, efficient, and powerful imaging allows orthopedic surgeons to improve patient care and decrease overall health costs."

John S. Reach Jr., MD, Director of the Yale Foot and Ankle Service, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut

"We’ve been very happy with SonoSite as a company. They have been there for us in a lot of ways: helping us choose the right equipment, letting us try various features, and training our staff and providers. We’ve used the software that SonoSite provides and found it to be very useful, very simple to collect the data, to store the data, to compare the data and use it in our clinical practice."

Bryan Pogue, MD, Heart Prevention Clinic of Idaho, Boise, Idaho

"Ultrasound has been useful many times in diagnosis of RA at an early stage, when the patient has pain and stiffness of joints, but no joint swelling on clinical examinations."

Janak Goyal, MD, FACP, FACR, , Medical and Arthritis Doctors, Inc., Perth Amboy, New Jersey

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Portable ultrasound system with optional stand, which includes storage basket.

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We are so confident in our products that we offer an industry-leading five-year standard warranty.


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