|Warranty:||1 Year||Description:||Medical Operation Tools|
endocavity Compatible Ultrasound Probe,
10mm Compatible Ultrasound Probe,
EUP V53W endocavity ultrasound probe
Hitachi EUP-V53W endocavity 10mm Ultrasound Transducer
Other Hitachi compatible probes we can offer:
|Hitachi||EUP-L54M||EUB-405, 500, 525, 2000, 8500, H21/EUB-6500,H19/EUB-5500|
|Hitachi||EUP-C324T||EUB-415, 420, 405, 515,555|
|Hitachi||EUP-L34T||EUB-900, 5500, 6500, 8500|
|Hitachi||EUP-L73S||EUB-900,H19/EUB-5500, H21/EUB-6500, EUB-7500,EUB-8500|
|Hitachi||EUP-L74M||EUB 6500,EUB 8500|
Various Ultrasound Systems that we served
|Hitachi-Aloka Ultrasound System|
|F31, F37, SSD-3500, SSD-3500 SV, SSD-4000, SSD-5000, ALPHA 5, ALPHA 6, ALPHA 7, ALPHA 10, PROSOUND F75, HI VISION AVIUS, HI VISION PREIRUS, EUB-5500, EUB-6500, EUB-7500, EUB-8500, Arietta 60, Arietta 70, Ascendus...|
What is an ultrasound transducer and what does it do?
An ultrasound transducer, also called a probe, is a device that produces sound waves that bounce off body tissues and make echoes.
The transducer also receives the echoes and sends them to a computer that uses them to create an image called sonogram.
Moreover, the essential element of each ultrasound transducer is a piezoelectric crystal. It serves to generate as well as receive ultrasound waves.
Doppler sonography, or Doppler ultrasound, is a medical imaging technique that uses ultrasound enhanced by the Doppler effect. The Doppler effect generally uses a change in the pitch of sound waves that are measured by an ultrasound-receiving device such as a transducer. Colored Doppler images often provide helpful information about the flow and movement of blood and inner areas of the body. This technique is commonly used during pregnancy to provide detailed images of a developing unborn baby. Other uses for Doppler sonography may include visual examinations of tendons, joints and muscles as well as internal organs.
Daily and Long-Term Storage of ultrasound transducer
1. Always store transducers in the transducer holders on the side of your system or on a securely mounted wall rack when you are not using them.
2. Ensure the transducer holders are clean before storing transducers
3. When storing transducers, use the cable-management clips, if available, to secure the transducer cable
4. Avoid storing transducers in areas of temperature extremes or in direct sunlight.
5. Store transducers separately from other instruments to avoid inadvertent transducer damage.
6. Before storing transducers, make sure they are thoroughly dry.