All You Need to Know About SonoScape S2 Portable Ultrasound

Posted on August 06, 2015 by Stole Bozinovski

The SonoScape S2 ultrasound is a portable, low-cost ultrasound, offering a range of features for a low price. The ergonomic design, which allows the device to be used to scan quickly wherever it is, includes a 15" high-resolution LCD monitor with a wide-angled view, a standard PC keyboard for easy use and 2 active probe ports - including a probe holder - to allow for rapid switching between application uses. The device also features a wide range of peripherals, including VGA, USB, video out, an ECG module, and a footswitch to allow for hands-free use of the device. The clip-board function allows quick and easy review of images during scanning.

The S2 offers a comprehensive range of ultrasound functions. It features Dual B and 4B in B Mode, Color M and Steer M in M Mode, DPI Mode and Color Mode, PW Mode and an optional CW Mode. The advanced ultrasound imaging technology on offer includes Tissue Harmonic Imaging (THI), and optional U-Scan Speckle Reduction, Compound Imaging, Panoramic Imaging, Trapezoid Imaging and 4D Imaging. This package ensures the S2 offers the best range of imaging capabilities in its class.

The device is appropriate for a wide range of clinical applications, including General Practice, offering Abdominal, OBGYN, Vascular, Urology and Small Parts capabilities, as well as a arrange of post-measurement and calculation software packages. The Abdominal scan capabilities include, but are not limited to scans as Liver, Gall Bladder and Bile Passages, the Pacreatic gland, the Kidney and atrabilial capsule and retroperitoneal space, and the Thyroid.

SonoScape S2 portable ultrasound also allows for cardiology and cardiosurgey uses, as well as topology, gynaecology and pre-natal diagnostics, and skeletal-muscular examinations The S2 is also compatible with a range of transducers, supporting Transrectal and Transvaginal, Linear, Convex, Micro-convex and Volume 4D. For optimum workflow this machine is the best option.

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