Portable ultrasound scanner that combines high performance with enhanced image quality across a wide range of clinical applications.
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Mindray M6 veterinary ultrasound scanner

Portable ultrasound scanner that combines high performance with enhanced image quality across a wide range of clinical applications.

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Highlights

Taking a step up in ultrasound scanning, the Mindray M6 is a portable ultrasound scanner with integrated battery that delivers higher performance and image quality at an affordable price for first opinion practice.

  • With a high powered processor delivering faster frame rates, the Mindray M6 enables reliable diagnostic imaging by providing high quality images across abdominal, cardiac and musculoskeletal scanning.
  • A compact laptop style scanner with integrated battery, the Mindray M6 is a portable system that allows you to move between clinical applications quickly and effortlessly.
  • Extend your clinical capabilities with Mindray M6’s Doppler imaging, ideal for first opinion practices looking for a good quality scanner for abdominal and cardiac imaging. 
  • With a simple, comprehensive keyboard console and intuitive workflow, discover hassle free imaging with a system that assists you with a quick, accurate diagnosis when you are short of time.

 

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In Practice

The Mindray M6  is designed to provide high quality imaging to first opinion practices looking to do abdominal and cardiac imaging in different species. 

Small animal

The 6C2s 5.0-8.0 MHz 20mm radius micro-convex probe is good if you are looking for a one probe system. It gives high quality abdominal images in a wide range of animals.

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