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GE Vivid iq veterinary ultrasound scanner

The Vivid iq is a compact cardiac ultrasound scanner that you can take anywhere. It is ideal for referral level cardiology practice.

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The Vivid iq is a compact cardiac ultrasound scanner that allows you to take your expertise anywhere. It is ideal for referral level cardiology practice.

  • Lightweight, portable and under 5kg. This makes the Vivid iq ideal for referral vets who visit a number of practices or for practices with limited space
  • Allows you to store the raw ultrasound data for later image manipulation, such as gain, grey scale and contrast, with access to full measurements on stored images and clips
  • Includes Colour, Pulse Wave (PW), Continuous Wave (CW), Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI) and ECG as standard 
  • Complete, fully customisable presets for all applications, so you can have the image looking just how you like it
  • Comprehensive cardiac measurement package available which is completely customisable.
  • High quality Doppler imaging using GE’s renowned Vingmed technology which is used by leading cardiologists

Additional Features

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Small animal

Range of micro-convex, convex and linear probes for abdominal and ophthalmic examinations.

Referral level small animal cardiology using range of 5 phased array probes running from 1.5 to 11 MHz.

Produces outstanding Doppler quality, even on high frequency probes.

The latest version of the Vivid iq features advanced Doppler technologies such as Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI), Smart Stress and Tissue Tracking with Q analysis for advanced measurements.

Equine

High quality equine cardiac images with high frame rates even at 30cm.  Even when using Colour Doppler using the 3S-RS 1.5-3.6 MHz probe.

Superb equine musculoskeletal imaging using the 12L-RS 6-13 MHz probe particularly on hindlimb suspensories.

We recommend using the 4C-RS 1.8-6 MHz convex probe for equine abdominal and pelvis examinations.

Exotic animals

8C-RS 4.7-11 MHz micro-convex probe on tortoises intracoelemic imaging through the Inguinal fossa.

High frequency linear probes like 12L-RS 6-13 MHz or i12L-RS 5-13MHz for use on small mammals and rodent abdomens.

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