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Neonatology & PediatricsImage the Smallest of Patients
Neonatal and Pediatric Ultrasound for Imaging High-Risk Premature Newborn Infants
When it comes to neonatal and pediatric ultrasound, not all systems are created equal. And the Vevo MD stands apart from the rest, especially for the smallest of patients.
Small patients require small transducers with great resolution. The Vevo MD is designed to the smallest of patients with the greatest details and resolution possible. Imagine the challenges faced when imaging a high risk premature newborn infant; trying to visualize tiny vessels and structures in their body. For example, in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) a doctor may try to perform a line insertion into a critically ill premature newborn. This involves finding a blood vessel in a baby with a wrist that is the size of your pinky finger.
Only the Vevo MD can perform the proper visualization in this scenario within the critical time window that is required.
Left: 2 Month old Neonate Spine imaged using Vevo MD using UHF 22 Transducer. Visit Gallery for more images.
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