There are a lot of different types of ultrasound machines available, and each of them is useful for different things. For example, some ultrasound machines are focused more for OB/GYN clinics while others are better for vascular monitoring.
If you’re interested in buying a Toshiba ultrasound machine, you should know about the different models that are available on the market, what features they come with, and how they can help your clinic.
The Nemio models are widely used, and they are very good for a lot of clinical applications. They come with tissue harmonic imaging, a color Doppler, a stress echo option, and a few more useful features. The Nemio’s applications are primarily for OB/GYN, cardiac, and vascular monitoring. Technicians like this model because it is relatively small and is reasonably priced, but it is still high quality.
If you’re interested in a compact, practical Toshiba ultrasound machine, look no further than the Famio 8. It’s small, but its fourteen-inch screen is easy to read. Doctors like the Famio 8 because it’s light and easy to move around, so you don’t have to worry about feeling restrained while monitoring a patient. The Famio 8’s applications include cardiac, and OB/GYN and it also uses harmonic tissue imaging.
If you have questions about the Famio 8 or another model, you should visit us online and ask one of our experts for more information.
Aplio Ultrasound Machines
Aplio machines are a little bigger than the Famio 8 with a nineteen-inch screen and a touch display. Aplio machines use Aplio ultrasound monitoring, which allows for use in OB/GYN, cardiac, and vascular applications.
Complete with 4D imaging, advanced dynamic color flow, a panoramic view, and a nineteen-inch screen, the Xario is a great option for those who want a small machine with massive monitoring capabilities.
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