School of Knobology, the saga continues…

Now there are a few other knobs/buttons among the many that the scanner can use to help with image optimization and garnering information from the ultrasound image. As you know, the amazing Diagnostic tool that you have is also used by the human medicine world and there will be settings that we will never utilize.  Once we identify those settings,

The School of Knobology

Remember the first time you ever saw an ultrasound machine? Boy, I sure do! It was an Acuson 128xp at the University of Florida Veterinary School in the early 90’s.. It was this giant rectangle on wheels that weighed a ton, had a little tv on the top that made pretty images of snowstorms (on film!), and had so many

Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk

Now a good share of you have already been scanning a lot and some of you just dabble. You have probably done some ultrasound labs and attended a few lectures, and even read some journal articles. Have you ever checked out YouTube? The one thing that you may have noticed whichever you have been exposed to is the lingo that

I bought this Ultrasound machine…now what?

Have you bought an ultrasound machine and now it sits in the corner and it is an expensive scrub jacket stand or towel holder? Or has that ultrasound machine become a fancy cysto or “I only use it to look for fluid” machine?   Your ultrasound machine is so much more!! It is my wish with this blog to give

Samsung Veterinary Ultrasound Systems and Quality

The Importance of Quality Ultrasonography is the second-most used imaging practice in veterinary medicine, and its quality is incredibly important to animal patients. It can be used to view the build of specific organs, evaluate pregnancies, and more - all while being a safe, noninvasive procedure without side effects. At Choice Medical, we understand the importance of having a clear

Weighing the Pros and Cons of More Expensive vs. Less Expensive Systems

Veterinarians across the country rely on ultrasound systems on a daily basis. These systems allow the veterinarian to diagnose and treat illnesses and injuries that would otherwise be impossible to detect.

Ultrasound systems are not one size fits all, however. Depending on the size and type of practice, along with where and how the equipment will be used, the type of system needed can vary greatly.

Choice Medical Systems provides veterinary practices the opportunity to choose from a wide range of ultrasound systems. This enables every veterinary practice, regardless of size and type of practice, to find the perfect system for their group.