SonoRad K40 is a Color Doppler Ultrasound system designed to provide high-quality imaging and accurate diagnosis of various medical conditions, making it an essential tool in modern medical practice.
Advanced Color Doppler Technology is one of the key features of the SonoRad K40, allowing physicians and medical professionals to visualize blood flow and detect abnormalities in real-time. This technology is especially helpful in diagnosing heart disease, stroke, clots, cysts, monitoring fetal growth, and detecting deformities in the uterus and ovaries.
The device also features advanced imaging modes, including B-mode, M-mode, and pulse-wave Doppler. These imaging modes allow doctors to capture high-quality images of internal organs and tissues, making diagnosing a wide range of health conditions easier.
Popular used Abdomen, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Cardiology, Urology, Vascular, TCD, Small Parts, Pediatrics, and Intra-operative diagnosis.
The ultra-compact system is portable and can be transported using a mobile cart with a multi-probe connection. A variety of advanced connectivity options, such as PACS, modality worklist (MWL), DICOM, WiFi, Bluetooth, and VCloud, facilitate the streamlining of work processes.
The trolley is an optional SonoRad K40 accessory. It is a simplified design with a small footprint and excellent mobility with Integrated height adjustment, giving 150mm rise and fall platform operation.
The machine has intelligent features and a user-friendly interface that allows medical professionals to quickly and easily adjust imaging settings and capture images, reducing patients’ time in uncomfortable positions. It also has advanced safety features, including automatic image optimization and quality assurance tools, which help ensure accurate and reliable diagnoses.
Transducers are essential to this technique, as they transmit and receive sound waves. Several types of transducers are used in Sonorad K40, including convex, linear, phased array, endocavity, and intraoperative transducers.
Convex transducer: Convex transducers are used for imaging organs deep in the body, such as the liver and spleen. They have a wide field of view and can provide a large image with good detail. They are also helpful in curved imaging surfaces, such as the abdominal wall.
Linear transducer: Linear transducers are used for imaging superficial structures, such as blood vessels, tendons, and muscles. They provide high-resolution images with excellent detail and can be used to visualize small structures.
Phased array transducer: Phased array transducers are used for cardiac imaging and can provide a detailed image of the heart and its function. They can also be used for imaging the liver, spleen, and other deep structures.
Endocavity transducer: Endocavity transducers are used for imaging the uterus, ovaries, and other pelvic structures. They provide high-resolution images and can be used for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
Intraoperative transducer: Intraoperative transducers are used during surgical procedures and can provide real-time imaging of the surgical site. They are used to guide the surgeon and monitor blood flow during the procedure.
By using the appropriate transducer, healthcare professionals can obtain high-quality images and accurate diagnoses, leading to better patient outcomes.
Perfect Real-time 3D Imaging (4D Imaging) with STIC, Mcut, and Auto NT
Perfect real-time 3D imaging, or 4D imaging, has revolutionized obstetric ultrasound by providing detailed and accurate information about the developing fetus. This advanced technology utilizes sophisticated tools such as STIC, Mcut, and Auto NT to fulfill all obstetric applications in color doppler ultrasound.
STIC (Spatio-Temporal Image Correlation) is a unique tool that uses a sequence of two-dimensional images to create a three-dimensional image of the fetal heart, allowing for a comprehensive assessment of cardiac function.
Mcut (Multiplanar Cursor) enables clinicians to obtain images simultaneously in multiple planes. This feature is convenient in assessing fetal growth, as it allows for a more comprehensive view of the fetus and the ability to obtain accurate measurements.
Auto NT (Automatic Nuchal Translucency) is a powerful tool that automatically measures the thickness of the nuchal translucency, an essential marker for Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities.
This technology allows for the visualization of blood flow in real-time, providing valuable information about the fetus’s circulation and allowing clinicians to diagnose potential issues such as placental insufficiency.
Pure Wave Probe Technology
Pure Wave Probe Technology is an innovative technology that improves ultrasound probes’ penetration and color sensitivity. This technology combines piezoelectric crystals and complex software algorithms to produce high-quality images with exceptional depth and detail.
It uses multiple frequencies to penetrate deeper into the tissue, allowing for better visualization of previously complex structures. This results in high-quality, detailed images with exceptional color sensitivity, enabling clinicians to detect and diagnose abnormalities more accurately.
Technical Specifications of the SonoRad K40:
- Imaging modes: B-mode, M-mode, Color Doppler, Power Doppler, Pulse Wave Doppler
- Frequency range: 1-15 MHz
- Imaging depth: Up to 40 cm
- Gray scale levels: 256
- Image storage: Internal memory or external USB device
- Display: 15-inch high-resolution LCD monitor
- Connectivity: Ethernet, USB, DICOM
- Power supply: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
SonoRad K40 also comes with a range of advanced features and functions, including:
- Automatic image optimization
- Tissue Harmonic Imaging (THI) for improved image clarity
- Multi-beam formation for improved image quality and reduced noise
- Speckle reduction technology
- Auto Doppler measurement and calculation tools
- Cardiac measurements and calculations, including EF, CO, and SV
- OB/GYN measurements and calculations, including gestational age, fetal weight, and amniotic fluid index.
SonoRad K40 offers a powerful combination of advanced imaging technology, ease of use, and versatility. It is an excellent choice for medical professionals seeking an efficient ultrasound approach to deliver precise diagnoses and high-quality patient care.