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Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010

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Palm B Mode Ultrasound System Model AV-2010. This device is suitable in hospitals and clinics for diagnosing liver, GB, spleen, kidney, pancreas, heart, bladder, uterus. This device uses micro computer technology, Digital Scanning Converter (DSC), variable aperture, multi-section dynamic focusing, high dynamic low noise and wide band pre-amplifier, log compression, TGC control, dynamic filtering, edge enhancement and frame correlation. The embedded components allow a clear, stable and high resolution image.

What is Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010?

Palm B Mode Ultrasound System is a product that proves its worth time and time again. Its innovative design is distinguishable by the lightweight, easy to carry mobile unit, that always produces accurate imaging. The selectable probe has dual frequencies and a wide range of applications. Ideal for Vets and even farmers capable of performing their own Uterine and Ovarian examination, frequency detection and sexing.

Who is Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010 for?

Cattle

Why use Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010?

-Innovative design -Lightweight, easy to carry mobile unit -Always produces accurate imaging -Selectable probe has dual frequencies and a wide range of applications. -Ideal for performing uterine and ovarian examination, frequency detection and sexing.

How does Palm B Mode Ultrasound System AV2010 work?

Organs are different in their densities and ultrasound speed, i.e. they have a different acoustic impedance. The piezoelectricity crystal (transducer) is excited by the electrical pulse to produce an ultrasound wave of definite frequency. This ultrasound wave is transmitted into the body. The echo wave is made when the ultrasound wave passes through the surface of different organs. Echoes with different amplitudes are received via the same transmitting transducer. Received echoes (acoustic energy) are converted into electrical pulses which are amplified, demodulated and DSC, etc. A standard video signal is generated allowing the organ section image to be displayed on a monitor screen.

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