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Veterinary handheld ultrasound 

Application direction: Pig/Sheep/Dog/Cat


  1. Works on Android Smart Devices

  2. Large capacity battery for 6 hours working time

  3. 128 elements high sensitivity probe

  4. Rectal linear or rectal convex probe to choose

  5. Record videos and save images on your smart devices

  6. Waterproof and dustproof design

  7. Software specifically for bovine and equine reproductive imaging, as well as for equine tendon scanning


1. Scanning: Electronic array

2. Scanning Angle: 30~145°

3. Elements: 128

4. Depth: 2-10cm

5. Frequency Range: 4-8MHz (rectal linear), 2.0/3.5/4.5/5MHz (rectal convex)

6. Display Mode: B、2B、PW

7. Cine Playback: 200 frames, auto playback and manual playback

8. Storage: Image storage, image browsing

9. Battery: Charging time 5 hours, working time 6 hours

10. B-mode Measurement: Distance, area/circumference, angle, volume, histogram

11. M-mode Measurement: Time, heart rate, slope, distance

12. Gynecological Measurement: Uterus, cervix, left ovary, right ovary, left follicle and right follicle

13. Orthopedic Measurement: BL、ARL、IL

14. Obstetric Measurement: fetal biometric measuring parameters(GS、CRL、BPD、FL、HUM、HC、AC、OFD、FTA、FT、CER、TTD、APTD)、amniotic fluid index(Q1、Q2、Q3、Q4)、nuchal translucency, selection of the fetus, obstetric entries and fetal

15. Urological Measurement: prostate volume(long diameter, wide diameter and thick diameter), residual urine volume (long diameter, wide diameter and thick diameter), and PSA measurement.

16. Weight: Main device with probe: 0.55KG

17. Packaging size: 42*35*16cm (4.7KG)

The intended uses of handheld ultrasound in veterinary:

1. Abdominal Examinations: Handheld ultrasound devices are used to perform abdominal examinations in animals. This allows veterinarians to assess the health and condition of the organs within the abdomen, including the liver, kidneys, spleen, and gastrointestinal tract.

2. Cardiac Examinations: Handheld ultrasound devices are employed to evaluate the heart and assess cardiac function in animals. This can help in diagnosing and monitoring conditions such as heart disease, murmurs, and abnormalities in heart structure.

3. Musculoskeletal Examinations: Handheld ultrasound can be used to examine musculoskeletal structures, including tendons, ligaments, and joints. This aids in diagnosing injuries, assessing healing progress, and guiding therapeutic interventions.

4. Reproductive Examinations: Handheld ultrasound devices are utilized in reproductive examinations of animals, including assessing the reproductive organs in females and evaluating the reproductive function in males. This helps in monitoring pregnancy, diagnosing reproductive disorders, and managing breeding programs.

5. Thoracic Examinations: Handheld ultrasound is used to evaluate the thoracic cavity in animals, including the lungs, pleural space, and mediastinum. It can aid in diagnosing respiratory conditions, identifying fluid accumulation, and assessing the overall health of the chest.

6. Guided Procedures: Handheld ultrasound can be used to guide various veterinary procedures, such as needle aspirations, biopsies, and fluid drainage. It provides real-time visualization, aiding in accurate placement and reducing the risks associated with invasive procedures.

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