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An ultrasound scanner, sometimes called a sonogram, is a procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to create an image of part of the inside of the body. An ultrasound scan can be used to monitor an unborn baby, diagnose a condition, or guide a surgeon during certain procedures.

portable ultrasound scanner is a medical imaging device that uses ultrasound for diagnostic purposes and is smaller and lighter than the console style ultrasound machines that preceded them. In most cases these mobile ultrasound systems could be carried by hand and in some cases even operated for a time on battery power alone.

The trolley ultrasound scanner improves the accuracy and clarity of the ultrasound image. At the same time, the digital platform can provide rich, fast and efficient post-processing functions, and the operation is more convenient. Its powerful features can meet the ever-increasing clinical diagnostic requirements. The trolley design makes the diagnostic instrument more convenient to move.

Wireless ultrasound scanners are powered by rechargeable batteries. Images scanned by wireless ultrasound scanners can be transferred to laptops or smartphones, where they can be reviewed or shared with experts on a cloud platform. These devices can scan or image lungs, abdomen, and hearts.

Shockwave therapy machine provides shockwave therapy which is an FDA-approved treatment that involves the delivery of shock waves to your injured tissue to reduce pain and stimulate healing. Using a shockwave therapy machine, the system transmits energy to the applicator that generates shockwaves. Whether you suffer from pain resulting from an illness or have lingering pain due to an injury, this therapy triggers your body’s natural healing response to offer relief. Shockwave therapy’s success rate ranges from 60% to 80% in plantar fasciitis, epicondylitis, cuff tendinitis, and more.