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An ultrasound scanner is the third eye of a doctor. The Color Linear Ultrasound Scanner L7CD is a wireless ultrasound scanner. It allows the doctor to make clinical applications anywhere, anytime. The L7CD has 5-10 MHz frequency and 40-120mm.
Also, the Color Linear Ultrasound Scanner’s image mode is B, M and color. The B-mode or brightness mode: produced by scanning the transducer beam in a plane as shown. It can be used for both stationary and moving structures such as cardiac valve motion. On the other hand, the M-mode or motion mode: it displays the A-mode signal corresponding to repeated pulses in a separate column of a 2-D image. It is mostly employed in conjunction with ECG for motion of the heart valves.
Consequently, the L7CD is the leading modality in vascular access. For instance, Vascular cannulation: Intravenous (IV) cannulation is a technique in which a cannula is placed inside a vein to provide venous access. Venous access allows sampling of blood, as well as administration of fluids, medications, parenteral nutrition, chemotherapy, and blood products. Further, this probe is used for calculation of the speed of blood flow in the vessel, valuation of blood flow in the arteries and veins of the body and to diagnose blood clots in the veins of the arms and legs.
The major advantage of ultrasound is the real-time availability that is particularly important for intraoperative imaging. Ultrasound is used as navigation tool in traditional surgical interventions and in guided biopsies, such as biopsy of breast tumors. The Color Linear Ultrasound Scanner provides great internal detail when assessing soft tissue structures such as tendons and nerves. It can show the movement of a soft tissue structure such as a tendon, joint or an extremity.
Besides, the Wireless Ultrasound Probe does not only serve cardiology but also orthopedy. The Color Linear ultrasound scanner provides qualitative and quantitative for musculoskeletal diagnosis. For example: Tendon tears, or tendinitis of the rotator cuff in the shoulder, Achilles tendon in the ankle and other tendons throughout the body, muscle tears, masses or fluid collections., ligament sprains or tears.
Using the LWC1 the physician can detect; inflammation or fluid (effusions) within the bursae and joints, early changes of rheumatoid arthritis, nerve entrapments such as carpal tunnel syndrome, benign and malignant soft tissue tumors, ganglion cysts, hernias., foreign bodies in the soft tissues (such as splinters or glass), dislocations of the hip in infants, fluid in a painful hip joint in children, neck muscle abnormalities in infants with torticollis (neck twisting), soft tissue masses (lumps/bumps) in children.
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5 – 10MHz.
Plastic Surgery, Gynecology, Abdominall Wall, Subcutaneous Injection.
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