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Farm Animal Ultrasound
Published:2011/7/16 16:05:09    Release party:admin   Hits:3849
Farm animal ultrasound diagnosis requires highly specialized solutions. It is important to understand what you will be using your system for and the capabilities of the solution prior to making a purchase.
Reproductive imaging requires specialized transducers and easy to use measurement tools.  
Abdominal imaging requires significant ultrasound penetration to Depths up to 35cm or more.
Back fat measurement specialized uses for ultrasound including procedures like back fat measurement require specialized transducers and imaging software.
●Recommended Ultrasound
Bovine Reproduction
The above recommended ultrasound scanner provides very good reproductive imaging at an affordable price.
Recommended Probe ( or Transducer)
The 4.0/5.0/6.5/7.5Mhz Linear Transrectal is a versatile probe allowing for maximum penetration and a high resolution,it can also be used for occasional tendon scanning.
Swine Reproduction
The above recommended ultrasound scanner provides very good Swine reproductive imaging at an affordable price.
Recommended Probe ( or Transducer)
The large convex probe (2.0/2.5/3.5/5.0Mhz) is a very good imager for large animal abdominal scanning with its 50mm probe head. Also may be used for transabdominal reproductive scanning.
 
Small Ruminant Reproduction
  
The above recommended ultrasound scanner provides very good reproductive imaging on small Ruminants at an affordable price.
Recommended Probe ( or Transducer)
The 4.0/5.0/6.5/7.5Mhz Linear Transrectal is a versatile probe allowing for maximum penetration and a high resolution,it can also be used for occasional tendon scanning.
 
This quad-frequency (4.0/5.0/6.5/7.5MHz) microconvex probe is an excellent imager for small animal scanning. Also very good for difficult to image areas on large animals due to the small head Size.
 
Other large Animal Reproduction
 
The versatile microconvex (4.0/5.0/6.5/7.5MHz) probe beautifully images the smallest cats to the largest dogs and can be also used for 2D and M-Mode cardiac imaging. The linear 'T' probe (5.0/6.5/7.5/9.0 MHz) is suited for equine tendon. Low frequency convex probes and two different rectal probes round out this offering.
 
 
Recommended Probe ( or Transducer)
The quad-frequency tendon probe (5-6.5-7.5-9.0 MHz) is an excellent imager for equine tendons as well as a secondary probe (after the 4.0/5.0/6.5/7.5 Mhz microconvex probe) for small animal abdominal scanning.
 
This quad-frequency (4.0/5.0/6.5/7.5MHz) linear Transrectal probe is well-suited for overall equine and bovine reproductive scanning. For early pregnancy and occasional tendon scanning, it may be better suited.
 
The large convex probe (2.0/2.5/3.5/5.0Mhz) is a very good imager for large animal abdominal scanning. Also may be used for transabdominal reproductive scanning.
 
This quad-frequency (4.0/5.0/6.5/7.5MHz) microconvex probe is an excellent imager for small animal scanning. Also very good for difficult to image areas on large animals due to the small head Size.
 
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