One of the imaging techniques that is advancing the fastest is ultrasound. Clinical applications of functional techniques like elastography have been made, and contrast-enhanced scans are better at characterizing tissue.
In this case, cutting-edge super-resolution methods offer exceptional morphologic and functional insights into tissue vascularization. To notice signs of inflammation and angiogenesis, molecular ultrasound imaging is used in conjunction with functional assessments.
By incorporating these many imaging aspects with radiomics techniques, the full potential of diagnostic ultrasound may become apparent. The therapeutic potential of ultrasonography also contributes to its growing popularity.
SonoRad V10 Color Doppler System offers Excellent image quality, Dual Screen Image Monitor & Touch Panel, User-friendly Workflow, Comprehensive Probes, and Software with advanced value in various applications. Its advanced features make it an all-rounder color doppler for all your Diagnostic needs.
Technical Aspects include the following features:
Super Imaging Module
Frequency Harmonic Imaging:
- Allows to identify Body Tissue & Reduce artifacts in the image by Sending and Receiving Signals at two different Ultrasound Frequencies.
- With Harmonics HARMONICS ON, the Probe would emit a Frequency of 2 MHz but it would only listen for a 4 MHz Frequency.
- Improves Image Quality because Body Tissue reflects sound at twice the frequency initially sent, resulting in a cleaner image without extra artifacts.
- Multiple Compound Imaging Technology consists of an Ultrasound technique that uses electronic beam Steering of a Probe array to acquire several coplanar Scans of an object from different view angles. Pulses have transmitted both perpendiculars to the Probe array and in the Oblique direction.
- Different Pulses from different angles are Correlated to form one final image.
- Increases the Image Resolution, eliminates artifacts and shadows & increases the details at the edge.
SRA – Speckle Reduction Algorithm:
- Real-Time algorithm provides a significant reduction in Speckle.
- Identifies Strong & Weak Ultrasound signals.
- Evaluate the image on a Pixel-by-Pixel basis.
- Attempt to identify Tissue and eliminate “Speckle.”
- Weak Signals are eliminated, while Strong signals are Enhanced / Brightened.
Provides a Smoother & Clear Image.
- AIO – Auto Image Optimization:
- Single Touch Optimization – B-Mode, Color Mode, Doppler Mode Parameters (Gain, Scale,
- Baseline) can be adjusted by Click of a Single Key
- X-CONRAST – In 3 Levels (Enhance, Suppress, Normal)
- Q-BEAM – Quad Beam
- Q-FLOW – Low Flow Pickup
Wide Clinical Applications
- Quantitative Elastography:
- Assesses Tissue Strain in TISSUE Strain in Real Time and displays the measured differences in Tissue Stiffness as a Color map.
- Provides Strain Ratio B/W – The average Strain of the selected region & nearby normal tissue region.
- Provides more clinical information for Breast Tumors, Thyroid, Liver, and Prostate.
- Wide Scanning area in Convex Probe – Convex Trapezoid
- Better for Large Organs display (Liver, Kidney through the Rib Space).
- Panoramic Imaging Merges Multiple B-Mode Images in one complete Panoramic Image extending the FOV to entire Organs.
- Zoom the Color Information with High Resolution, especially for the Fetal Heart
- Using a Graph for HIP Orthotics diagnosis helps Clinicians to provide more accurate diagnoses during Paediatric HIP Scanning.
- Supper Needle enables accurate and safe Puncturing by enhanced Visualization of the Needle.
- Enlarge the FOV without losing resolution & extending structures in Breast, Vascular & MSK applications.
2D Steer – Beam Steering on Linear Probe:
- To look at Anatomical Structures from a different angle by illuminating them from the side. The same acquisition is performed with the Left & Right Side Steer.
4D Depth View:
- Lightweight & Compact 3D Probe allows for Smooth & Compact 3D for Smooth display of Fetal Movements.
- Highly Visible Volume data can be obtained easily with the Probe.
- Less Processing Time.
- Virtual HD is to obtain the amazingly Realistic View of a Fetus with Human Skin like Color.
- Light Source adjustment.
Free NT :
- Automatically Trace the NT Tube Cavity Edge with Measurement Result.
Sono AI – OB:
- Automatically measures BPD, HC, AC, FL, and NT.
- Single Step to obtain the result.
- High Efficiency & more Precise Measurement Tool.
Auto Follicle Detection, B-Mode:
- Auto Follicle Detection is a tool for accurate assessment of the size of follicles.
- It can be done by a 2D Transvaginal probe (no need for a volume tv probe).
Wide Angle TV Probe:
- 210°Scanning Angle provides more Diagnostic Information.
- Both Ovaries can be visualized at the same time.
- Probes shapes are patient friendly and easy to grip.
- Supports Gynaecology and Fertility examinations.
Tissue Doppler Imaging:
- Provides a complete Wall Motion analysis for both Systolic and Diastolic Myocardial Function evaluation.
- Displays Color Coded information on moving Tissues in Velocity Mode.
Tissue Doppler Velocity:
- Velocity Mode displays the Velocity distribution of moving Myocardial Tissues.
Color M Mode:
- Combination of Color Doppler with M-Mode on the Myocardium and Blood flow.
- Provides a Robust evaluation of Cardiac Rhythm.
- Provides the evaluation of LV Diastolic function.
- Easy to detect Regurgitation.
Free Steering M-Mode:
- Improves the M-Mode Visibility during Cardiac exams.
- Acquires all the information event in Hard-to-Scan situations with particular or difficult Heart Positioning (Mainly useful in ICU / CCU / POC).
- Up to 3 Independent Lines.
- Auto Measurement of anterior and Posterior Wall Thickness providing accurate Carotid Status.
Wide Range of Probes:
- A convex probe is frequently utilized in abdominal and obstetric ultrasound examinations. The probe’s curved shape permits a broader field of view and deeper penetration, making it helpful in examining larger organs like the liver and kidneys.
- The micro-convex probe is similar to a convex probe but with a smaller head. Due to its small size and maneuverability, this probe is ideal for examining small organs like the heart and pediatric patients.
- A linear probe is typically employed for superficial imaging, such as imaging blood vessels near the skin’s surface or assessing the musculoskeletal system. This probe produces images with exceptional resolution and detail.
- A transvaginal probe is utilized to conduct pelvic examinations on females. This probe generates high-resolution images of the uterus, ovaries, and cervix, providing valuable diagnostic information for gynecological disorders.
- A phased array probe is frequently used for cardiac ultrasound imaging. This probe employs multiple small elements that can be electronically controlled to produce images from various angles, enabling a thorough examination of the heart.
- A volume 4D probe obtains real-time 3D images of an intrauterine fetus. This probe can aid in diagnosing fetal abnormalities by providing a detailed examination of the fetus’s anatomy.