Microconvex array ultrasound transducers
Ob/Gyn, Urology, Transvaginal, Transrectal Micro-Convex Array - 10 mm ray of curvature - 9-3 MHz
Transvaginal, Transrectal, Contrast Agents Procedures Variable-Band Micro-Convex Array - 10 mm ray of curvature - 9-3 MHz
SE3123 Ob/Gyn, Urology, Transvaginal, Transrectal Micro-Convex Array
Type: Endo Cavity Application: Gynecology, Obstetrics, Urology Field of View: 150.3°
Frequency: 5 MHz - 8 MHz
SonoSite creates ultrasound transducers with real-world customer needs in mind. Our transducers exceed stringent specifications for drop testing, so you can use them with confidence ...
Frequency: 5, 6, 7, 8 MHz
Frequency: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5 MHz
Broadsound Corporation GEIC59D (Compatible to GE IC5-9-D)
(Compatible to GE IC5-9) Compatible system for GE Voluson 730 3.7–9.3 MHz Endocavity Endocavity, Ob/Gyn
(Compatible to GE E8C-RS) 3.6–10 MHz micro-convex R11 Endocavity, Urology
Frequency: 3 MHz - 10 MHz
Compatible Ultrasound Transducers Developed and manufactured with experience Proven image quality by professionals Various cost-effective alternative Transvaginal 3-10 MHz
Frequency: 3 MHz - 20 MHz
See rectal wall layers. Evaluate the Radial, Longitudinal Extension of Sphincter Tears. Assess the extent of anal sphincter damage. Acquire deep penetrating, clear dataset images. Measure detailed pelvic floor architecture ...
Special Attributes: 9 frequencies - 2D/M-Mode; Color/Power/PW Doppler; Tissue Harmonic, Compound Harmonic, Compound Imaging Applications: Endovaginal and Endorectal
Frequency: 7.5 Hz - 24 Hz
High Frequency, Small Footprint The Vascular USB Ultrasound Probe is ideal for those applications where you need a quality image of the superficial areas of soft tissue including arteries and veins. ...
Frequency: 4 MHz - 9 MHz
... endocavity probe for transrectal approach The KOELIS 3D US end-fire probe enables the urologist to acquire whole-prostate 3D ultrasound volume without moving the probe. The freehand system provides optimal visualization ...
The transvaginal probe sends out sound waves, which reflect off body structures. A computer receives these waves and uses them to create a picture.
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