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Scanning Systems, Ultrasonic, Vascular

Definition : Ultrasonic scanning systems that include an ultrasonic scanner, transducers (frequencies of 5 to 12 MHz are typical for vascular scanning), dedicated software, an image recorder (e.g., videocassette), and a printer. Most vascular ultrasonic scanners include continuous-wave and pulsed-wave Doppler capabilities (including a spectrum analyzer) for sensing the velocity and location of blood flow; they can be operated in mode, color flow mapping mode, and triplex mode (i.e., simultaneous acquisition and display of 2-D gray-scale, spectral Doppler, and color flow data). Vascular ultrasonic scanning systems usually display images of the vessels in conjunction with spectrum analysis to depict the vessel and its obstructions. Some vascular scanners use a low-frequency (typically 2 MHz) Doppler transducer to obtain the blood flow velocity recording in the intracranial arteries. These systems are used for transdermal examination and diagnosis of diseases, occlusions, and obstructions in the peripheral vascular system, including a profile of the blood-flow velocity in the area under examination. Most of them also include capabilities for small-part examinations.

Entry Terms : "Vein Locators, Ultrasonic" , "Vein Locators" , "Ultrasound Scanners, Vascular" , "Scanners, Ultrasonic, Vascular" , "Vascular Ultrasonic Scanners" , "Vascular Scanners" , "Scanners, Ultrasonic, Small-Parts/Vascular" , "Arteriographic Units, Ultrasonic" , "Doppler Devices"

UMDC code : 15957

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Dynatronics

Company Type: Parent

Dynatronics manufactures, markets and distributes advanced-technology medical devices, orthopedic soft goods and supplies, treatment tables and rehabilitation equipment for the physical therapy, sports medicine, chiropractic, podiatry, plastic surgery, dermatology and other related medical, cosmetic and aesthetic markets.

EKOS Corp

Company Type: Parent

EKOS Corporation pioneered the development and the clinical application of ultrasound accelerated thrombolysis, introducing its first system for the treatment of vascular thrombosis in 2005.

Hillusa Corp

Company Type: Parent

Hillusa Corporation was established in Miami, Florida, in 1980. The primary objective at Hillusa was to provide medical equipment to a wide range of clients for Latin America. Since being established, the Hillusa Corporation has experienced constant growth.

Inceptio Medical Technologies LLC

Company Type: Parent

Inceptio Medical Technologies, L.C. was founded in 1999 with a desire to provide innovative products for the medical device industry. Inceptio is a privately held company, headquartered in Kaysville, Utah, that has established distributor relationships and a commitment to supply valuable products to their customers.

Interson Corp Medical Instruments

Company Type: Parent

Interson Corporation, located in Silicon Valley, has been a leading manufacturer of ultrasound imaging probes since 1989. Interson supports original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as well as end users, providing them with a wide array of ultrasound probes. Our customers depend on Interson for the transducer that will provide them with superior imaging quality and exceptional reliability.

Medical Air Solutions LLC

Company Type: Parent

Medical Air Solutions' primary charter is to provide the healthcare industry professional with the highest level of quality and cost efficient air purification equipment and accessories available.

Multigon Industries Inc

Company Type: Parent

Parks Medical Electronics Inc

Company Type: Parent

Parks Medical Electronics, Inc. is the world's oldest manufacturer of Doppler Ultrasound Systems. We were established in 1961 as Parks Electronics Laboratory, and manufactured impedance plethysmographs, mercury strain-gage plethysmographs, hearing testers, EKG telephone telemetry and exercise EKG telemetry in the years before Doppler.

Pyramid Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

Hap Burnett founded Pyramid Medical in March of 1978, when clinical diagnostic ultrasound was making it's debut. Hap's brother Bill, everyone's favorite salesman, joined the company in 1981 and Don Wauchope started the "Internet sales project" in 1996.

Transonic Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Founded in 1983, Transonic SystemsTM is the industry leader in biomedical flow measurement innovation & quality. Our transit-time ultrasound and ultrasound dilution technologies are the recognized gold standards in cardiovascular surgery, research and hemodialysis.

Unetixs Inc

Company Type: Parent

Unetixs Vascular Inc. is the leading U.S.-based manufacturer of physiologic vascular instruments. We design and manufacture the country's most in-depth line of technically advanced instrumentation for diagnostic vascular testing, and we offer all our products in international markets.

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