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Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010

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Palm B Mode Ultrasound System Model AV-2010 is useful in clinic and hospital settings for diagnostic testing of the:
  • Uterus
  • Bladder
  • Heart
  • Pancreas
  • Kidney
  • Spleen
  • Gallbladder
  • Liver
It features:
  • Embedded components for a high-resolution, stable, and clear image
  • Frame correlation
  • Edge enhancement
  • Dynamic filtering
  • Time gain compensation control
  • Log compression
  • High dynamic wide band pre-amplifier and low noise
  • Multi-section dynamic focusing
  • Variable aperture
  • DSC (digital scanning converter)
  • Micro computer technology

Who is Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010 for?

For use in cattle.

Why use Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010?

Features of Palm B Mode Ultrasound System Model AV-2010:
  • Excellent choice for performing ovarian and uterine exams, sexing, and frequency detection
  • Probe selection with wide application range and dual frequency
  • Consistently accurate images
  • Easy to carry
  • Mobile
  • Lightweight
  • Innovative design

How does Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010 work?

Organs differ in ultrasound speed and density because their acoustic impedance varies. The transducer (piezoelectricity crystal) is provoked by electrical pulses, producing ultrasound waves with definite frequencies. The ultrasound waves are transmitted throughout the body. Echo waves are produced when they pass through organ surfaces. Echoes of various amplitudes are received by the transmitting transducer. This acoustic energy, or received echo, is then converted into an electrical pulse, demodulated, amplified, digital scan converted, etc. A standard video signal is produced, which allows the image of the organ section to display on the screen of the monitor



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This device is:
  • Patented (30133830.4)
  • Manufactured and designed to meet national standards
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