ultrasound scanner


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ultrasound scanner

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(Medicine) a device used to examine an internal bodily structure by the use of ultrasonic waves, esp for the diagnosis of abnormality in a fetus
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Contract notice: supply and commissioning of 3 ultrasound scanners for cardiology, 1 echogram for cardiac surgery and 1 ultrasound scanner for clinical bread
Medical technology company Hologic Inc (Nasdaq:HOLX) reported on Sunday the launch of a development and distribution agreement with Clarius Mobile Health for the latter's wireless, handheld ultrasound scanner for undisclosed terms and conditions.
The Clarius L7 Linear Array Ultrasound Scanner is ideal for guiding procedures.
Revealing the news in her column, she says husband Clive, 60, jokes she should be put "through the ultrasound scanner with the sheep".
M2 PHARMA-March 30, 2015-Hitachi Aloka Medical Inks Whole Breast Ultrasound Scanner Distribution Deal with iVu Imaging
The mobile complex is a laboratory with examination rooms and ultrasound scanner.
In Colour Flow Doppler, blood -ow either towards or away from the ultrasound scanner is measured and shows on the screen as either a red or a blue -are of colour.
The money will be used to finance a new state-ofthe-art breast ultrasound scanner, allowing for quicker screening and diagnosis for patients.
Among the headline exhibitors at VET Middle East include Scottish manufacturer of ultrasound products, BCF Technology, which will showcase Easi-Scan, a bovine ultrasound scanner used to detect fast and accurate reproductive diagnosis in large farm animals including horses and cattle.
Steve met with experts at the clinic, Karen Dearden and Dr Peddada Raju, who examined his shoulder using the ultrasound scanner, which was able to show all the tendons in the shoulder.
Discover how to protect your skin when you practice outdoor activities with Tenovus on Sunday and see the workings of a live heart using an ultrasound scanner provided by Cardiff Metropolitan University.
A review of the evidence-based practice (EBP) literature has determined that any assessment of UI should include the availability of a bladder ultrasound scanner to determine post-void residual (PVR) urine amounts (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services [CMS], 2006; Lekan-Rutledge, 2004, 2006; McCliment, 2002; Newman et al.

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