Vevo 3100

The Ultimate Preclinical Imaging Experience

The World's 1st One-Touch Preclinical Imaging Platform

The Vevo 3100 Imaging System helps you visualize your data at high resolution like never before.

Vevo 3100

Vessel walls appear sharp and pre-palpable lesions are clearly delineated.

With a powerful combination of high frame rates and advanced image processing, the Vevo 3100 micro-ultrasound imaging system reduces speckle noise and artifacts while preserving and enhancing critical information for small animal in vivo studies.

Benefits

  • Vevo HD - Visualize your data like never before
  • Intuitive touchscreen interface for all user types
  • Customizable workflow for rapid data acquisition
  • Anatomical, hemodynamic, functional, and molecular data all in one platform
  • Compact, maneuverable system
  • Hands-free scanning using Vevo Voice
  • State-of-the-art Ultra High Frequency - up to 70 MHz
  • Photoacoustic imaging using the LAZR-X cart
  • Resolution down to 30 µm

The unique, gesture-driven user interface can be personalized by each user and is easily controlled with the glide of a finger - no keys or buttons. Customization of workflow drives rapid data acquisition, providing extremely high-throughput.

In vivo imaging has never been easier!
 

Vevo LAB

Vevo LAB

Analyze your high-frequency ultrasound and photoacoustic imaging data quickly and efficiently!
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What applications are possible with the Vevo 3100? Explore the possibilities in...

ONCOLOGY

ABDOMINAL
Abdominal Image using Vevo 3100

  • Kidney function
  • Liver fibrosis
  • Reproductive

DEVELOPMENTAL
Developmental image using Vevo 3100

CARDIOVASCULAR
Cardiology image using Vevo 3100


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Can the equipment be repetitively gassed with H2O2?

The equipment can be gassed with H2O2...

Which cleaning agents can I use for cleaning the Vevo system and the transducers?

A list of approved cleaning and disinfection agents...

We collected data for 5.51 seconds however time in '.physio' file is 27.13 seconds; Why?

The system is collecting physio data on a constant basis in the background...

Can I measure fibrosis using a Vevo ultrasound system?

Not directly. Detecting fibrosis and measuring tissue stiffness with our system has been done...

Can I measure pulse wave velocity (pulse propagation velocity) using your system?

Yes, pulse propagation velocity (PPV) can be measured using our Vevo Vasc software...

What is the difference between Color Doppler and Power Doppler?

Color Doppler gives information about directional blood flow and velocity, whereas...

What type of ECG signal is provided by the Vevo system?

The current physio system...