Chison Ebit 50Vet Color Ultrasound with Micro Convex Probe
- Comes with Micro-Convex probe
- Additional Probe $1500
Chison Ebit50Vet is light-weight ultrasound offering ease of operation, comprehensive measurement packages, and intelligent diagnoses.
- Independent angle 15’’LED ( 0° - 30° tilted )
- Dual transducer ports ( Built-in )
- Probe holders
- Removable battery
- Theft-proof lock
- Dedicated adapter space
- Printer socket
- Accessory box
- OPTIONAL, adjustable height trolley
VASCULAR AND MSK
- Auto IMT: Automatically traces the intima and measures the thickness of the intima. This allows you to measure the intima quickly, easily
Up to 18MHz High-Frequency Linear Probe
- Our high-frequency linear probe provides unparalleled detail resolution and superior contrast resolution with up to 18 MHz imaging frequency.
- These innovative algorithms have strengthened the image enhancement results significantly.
- The advanced chipset is used to ensure fast frame rate.
- Super Needle
With Super Needle, clinicians can see needle inside tissue more clearly during medical procedures. Needle angle up to ±30°
- Compared to the traditional dual-beam, EBit 50 VET uses quad-beam to receive signal, thus doubles the volume of the signal received as well as the frame rate.
- Higher frame rate ensures better diagnostic confidence and efficiency. Especially for rapid movement of small animals.
- This adaptive color detection technology can automatically adjust the criteria of color and noise assessment in different tissues.
- As a result, the color sensitivity of low-velocity flow is greatly enhanced.
KeeboMed, Inc. Mount Prospect, IL USA
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