Are you considering purchasing a vascular ultrasound machine? Want to make an unbiased comparison of the different makes and models available? Want to learn about each vascular ultrasound machine's features, imaging modalities, applications, available probes and clinical images? If so, then you've come to the right place.
Whether you are an established physician looking to add another diagnostic ultrasound to your practice, or a physician unfamiliar with using ultrasound, your first question should be; what kind of exams are most often performed on this ultrasound machine? Do I need this system to perform exams outside of my primary application? What is our budget?
Diagnostic ultrasound machines used in vascular applications typically use Doppler analysis of blood flow and 2D imaging to view the shape and measurements of vascular structures at different locations. Better image quality allows for more accurate diagnosis, and software features can expand diagnostic understanding, speed up the exam process, allow more exams to be completed in a day, or coordinate vascular data with other applications. The image quality and features you get depend greatly on your budget, and also on the make and model you choose within that budget.
Best-in-class hospitals, clinical and educational institutions or experienced and distinguished physicians use premium vascular ultrasound machines with the best performance and features they can afford, regardless of cost. Vascular surgeons, radiologists, cardiovascular specialists and general practitioners who need to image blood flow, flow obstruction, vascular structures and guide them during vascular procedures will use Doppler, blow-by-flow imaging, ICE, IMT and other popular vascular features to diagnose and guide treatment.
In the vascular ultrasound machine market, no one brand has a clear advantage. Brand selection will depend on the interface and workflow you find most comfortable. The main difference will be whether the unit will focus on cardiovascular or if it will be a true shared service environment that must excel in many applications beyond vascular. All quality vascular ultrasound machines will have amazing 2D image quality (deep penetration, detailed resolution and sensitivity), all of which will help diagnose even difficult patients and complex clinical cases.
In this regard, Chison Ultrasound's experience can greatly enhance your ability to determine what you need and which vascular ultrasound machine will best meet your needs within the price range you want. chison Ultrasound has been the largest distributor of ultrasound machines for many years, and has built a technical and applications team that has developed an ultrasound system based on its functionality, reliability, image quality, and price.
Vascular ultrasound machines typically fall into two broad categories; vascular ultrasound systems that emphasize price savings over depth of features, and cardiovascular ultrasound machines that emphasize depth of features over price by mixing vascular and cardiac packages, often including CW Doppler and ECG. most cardiac units also offer excellent vascular capabilities, and some shared service ultrasound machines can be used for virtually any study in any application.
Deep penetration, clear margin definition and detailed resolution, even for difficult patients
Customizable touch screen
Motorized height-adjustable and ergonomic monitor arm joints
Ergonomic, smooth control panel handling
Single crystal transducer with wide bandwidth, better signal-to-noise ratio and higher axial resolution
Linear transducer with low to high frequency at least 1 below 25 mm
Advanced vascular tools, such as automated IMT measurements and B-flow
Covers all vascular applications: operating room, emergency and neurology
Image optimization and automated measurements to save time and reduce fatigue
Automated scanning protocols
Intelligent exam tools or automated programmable protocols to increase efficiency and speed of exams
Embedded battery for easy portability and no need to shut down the system
Dedicated measurement packages for all applications and flexible reporting formats
Automatic adjustment of color cassette position and angle, as well as PW sample volume placement and angle
Ultrasound imaging is a non-invasive medical test that helps doctors diagnose and treat disease. It is safe and painless. It uses sound waves to produce images of the inside of the body. Ultrasound imaging is also known as sonography. It uses a small probe called a transducer and a gel that is placed directly on the skin. High-frequency sound waves pass from the probe through the gel and into the body. The probe collects the sound waves that bounce back. A computer uses these sound waves to create images. Ultrasound does not use radiation (X-rays). Because ultrasound captures images in real time, it can show the structure and movement of the body's internal organs. These images can also show blood flowing through blood vessels.
Vascular ultrasound provides pictures of the veins and arteries of the body.
Doppler ultrasound is usually part of a vascular ultrasound exam.
Doppler ultrasound is a special type of ultrasound technology used to evaluate the movement of substances in the body. It allows the doctor to view and evaluate the blood flow through the arteries and veins of the body.
Ultrasound is a useful way to evaluate the body's circulatory system. Vascular ultrasound is used to help monitor blood flow to organs and tissues throughout the body.Locate and identify obstructions (stenoses) and abnormalities, such as plaques or emboli, and to help plan effective treatment.Detect blood clots (deep vein thrombosis (DVT)) in the major veins of the legs or arms.Determine if the patient is a candidate for a procedure such as angioplasty.Evaluate the success of a procedure to graft or bypass a blood vessel.Determine if there is an enlarged artery (aneurysm).To evaluate varicose veins.In children, ultrasound is used tohelp place a needle or catheter into a vein or artery to help avoid complications such as bleeding, nerve damage, or pseudoaneurysm (abnormal outgrowth of an artery with a risk of rupture).Evaluate congenital vascular malformations (arteriovenous malformations or fistulas) and connections between arteries and veins visible in dialysis fistulas.
If a line is placed in an artery or vein in the leg or arm, the likelihood of clot formation around it is much higher due to the small size of the vessel (especially in infants and young children). In some cases, clots can form in the arm or left leg, the latter extending into a major vein in the abdomen.
Doppler ultrasound helps physicians view and evaluate.Blockage of blood flow (such as a clot). Narrowing of blood vessels. Tumors and congenital vascular malformations.Decreased or absent blood flow to various organs (such as the testes or ovaries). Increased blood flow, which may be a sign of infection
Our line of portable ultrasound imaging machines are suitable for obstetrics and gynecology (OB-GYN), urology, EM and pediatric applications - superior image quality makes diagnosis faster and easier.
Vascular ultrasound machines allow for the examination of the body's vascular system, including arteries and veins. This type of ultrasound system is painless and non-invasive.
Portable ultrasound machines can evaluate a variety of conditions, including Aneurysms. An aneurysm is a swelling of a blood vessel caused by a weak spot in the wall of the vessel. Aneurysms can occur in any blood vessel, but are most common in the abdomen (aortic aneurysms) or brain (cerebral aneurysms). Arterial disease. Aascular ultrasound can detect blockages and narrowing of arteries. Detection of these disorders is critical for people with a history of heart attack or stroke and for people at risk for heart disease. Venous insufficiency. A condition in which the veins do not effectively return blood from the legs to the heart. It can lead to complications, such as leg ulcers and deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Atherosclerosis (blocked arteries). Atherosclerosis is a buildup of plaque in the arteries. Over time, the excess plaque narrows the arteries, making it harder for blood to flow. Blocked blood flow can lead to blood clots, heart disease, strokes and other problems.
In addition, vascular ultrasound can monitor the potential risk of varicose veins and guide interventional procedures such as angioplasty and stenting.
If your clinic or hospital needs a portable ultrasound machine, Chison can provide the best solution for your specific needs and budget.
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