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Trolley-type 3D/4D Echo Cardio Graphy Machine

Specifications :
3D/4D Module Optional
15 inch LCD large display
Ergonomical design of keyboard
03 probe connectors

ALLPRO V6 has set a new definition for an affordable, all-digital shared service color Doppler system, by providing an 'All-in-One' solution for abdominal, OB&GYN, cardiac-vascular, small parts, pediatric, and musculoskeletal applications.

The innovative architecture of processing channels, matched with wide band probes, provides THI, compound imaging, and ensures stunning image quality without compromising the frame rate.

The system supports CFM, PW, CW, Directional Power, Color-M, Panoramic, 3D, ECG, DICOM, and comprehensive cardiac, vascular, and OB packages.

A workflow-oriented user interface, one-touch key quick operation, i-CINE, free-arm LCD, and three active probe connectors makes the V6 a state-of-the-art imaging system for all EXPERTS!

Imaging Mode: B, M, 2B, B/M, B/BC, CFM, PW, HPRF, PD, Directional PD, CW, Color M

Extended feature: Triplex, Trapezoidal imaging, Free-hand 3D, Real-time 4D module, Panoramic, Auto Doppler, Free Steering M

Imaging technologies: THI, Speckle reduction, i-Imageā„¢, Compound Imaging

Wide Applications: Abdomen, Cardiology, OB&GYN, Urology, Vascular and Small Parts, Pediatrics,

Standard Configuration: Main unit, 3.5 MHz Convex probe, 7.5MHz Linear probe, 15" LCD, 3 probe connectors,
Hard disk (160GB), DVD, 2 USB ports

Options: 6.0MHz Transvaginal probe, 3.0MHz Phased array probe, 5.0MHz Pediatric probe,5.0 MHz, Phased Array,Video printer,PC printer, Free-hand 3D, DICOM, ECG, CW, Free Steering M, Panoramic, Color M

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Portable echo

Whenever we heard about echo machine,In our mind will be a big machine with big monitor, even this machine is equipped with wheel that can be mobilized , but still its not practically handy/easy to use for the patient who need bed side echo like those patient in ICU with critical condition,or still with ventilator machine which cannot be shifted to echo dept.

Because with the big size of machine its not easy to bring at the bedside which full of other equipment like ventilator machine, suction unit, monitor and other equipment. good news the new technologies now provides portable echo which almost equal with laptop 17 inch, its very handy easy to transport,even the quality of the image is not to bad compare with the usual ones.

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History of Echo Machine

An echo machine is the early name for a sound processing device used with electronic instruments to repeat the sound and produce a simulated echo. The device was popular with guitarists and was used by Jimmy Page and Syd Barrett among others. Nowadays it would normally be called a Delay or Echo.

Early versions (1970) were analog and consisted of one or more transducers on one end, a coil spring of 1-2 feet in length, and transducers on the other end, each connected to a separate spring. The transducer turns the audio signal into mechanical vibrations which travel down the spring experiencing a delay before they arrive at the transducer at the other end. At that point, the sound is reproduced and fed back into the amplifier as an echo. The size and tension of the springs creates different delays, and could be applied to any audio source. These devices were inexpensive, hobbyist grade, and sometimes sold in kit form so every garage band could have one.

Later, and for more money and with more professionalism, echo machines were made with tape recorders where the tape speed and distance between record and playback head determined the delay for the echo.(Wikipedia)

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