Short History of Ultrasound Machines

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You know, we often talk about ultrasounds as though they’re this new-fangled technology that we discovered. The truth is ultrasound technology has been around for a long time, it’s just that it has recently evolved rapidly. Now, it is constantly evolving and that is in terms of both treatment and diagnosis. By the year 2020, […]

5 Cardiac Technologies You Need in Your Clinic

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Just because your clinic is small doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have up-to-date technology to remain at the top of your game. Whether you’re in a rural area and serving patients far and wide or working in an inner-city area, your patients deserve the best. There are plenty of advancing technologies in the industry, but we’ve […]

What Is An Ultrasound Transducer?

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An ultrasound transducer is a device that produces the sound waves that are transmitted to the body and then bounce off tissue and organs to create echoes that are then translated to images of that specific part of the body. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes for various requirements and create pictures […]

What Is An Ultrasound Probe?

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The ultrasound probe is an instrument that looks like a wand and it is responsible for generating the sound waves that will then echo off of the area being scanned. The sound waves bounce back to create live imaging of the organ or area of the body that is being targeting. The device may be […]

What Is A Portable Sonogram Machine?

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A portable sonogram machine is quite simply a portable ultrasound machine. They might be handheld or on wheels, but they can be used to carry out ultrasounds to track the health and progress of fetuses. While portable ultrasound machines are available in 2D, 3D, and 4D, for OB/GYN you will likely want one that offers […]

What Is Echocardiography?

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It is a test, which is also known as a cardiovascular ultrasound, heart ultrasound, or echo test. It uses sound waves to capture moving images of the heart. There is no need to check in to the hospital and stay overnight to have an echocardiograph and there is no surgery or pain involved. The images […]