Animal / Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner
Ultrasound in veterinary Application
Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner uses sound waves to produce real-time imaging of your pet’s internal organs, including the heart, liver, spleen, gallbladder, GI tract, bladder, and kidneys. Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner is also useful for assessing and monitoring pregnancy and fetal health in breeding animals and helps in diagnosing some forms of cancer.
The real-time capability of Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner can be especially useful when detecting heart problems because. Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner allows our veterinarian a non-surgical method of evaluating the heart as it beats. Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner can help to detect abnormalities in the motion of heart valves, blood flow through the heart, and contractions of the heart muscle. Ultrasound Scanner in Veterinary application can also be used to assess the heart for defects.
Small animal abdomens are best scanned with a small footprint Veterinary micro-convex probe with a frequency of around 8 MHz and a small radius. These Veterinary probes can also be used to scan hearts quite well.
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