Vevo MDThe world's first Ultra High Frequency ultrasound system for clinical use
Highest Resolution Possible in Medical Ultrasound
The Vevo® MD is the world’s first Ultra High Frequency ultrasound system. It delivers unmatched resolution when imaging the first 3cm of the body.
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Ultra High Frequency means the highest resolution medical ultrasound available today. This groundbreaking development opens up new possibilities for medical imaging that have never been seen before with resolution as fine as less than half a grain of sand.
Discover the Power of High Resolution
Custom-designed and optimized to operate with the Vevo MD are the new UHF Series transducers. This patented technology allows for the finest resolution of any general purpose ultrasound system today. Ergonomically designed, these transducers come in a range of sizes and resolutions to allow for greater flexibility.
- Visualize tiny anatomy not visible with conventional ultrasound
- Range of highly advanced UHF transducers, up to 70MHz
- User-friendly, customizable touchscreen interface that reduces exam times
- Ground-breaking technology that opens up new possibilities in medical imaging
- Vevo MD 1.1 now available. This new release offers:
- Power Doppler
- Pulsed-wave Dopper
- Wireless connectivity
- New clinical indications
- New measurements
- Workflow enhancements
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Experience a user-friendly customizable touchscreen interface that improves workflow and reduces examination time. The most important functions are intuitive and accessible on your screen at all times.
"The Vevo MD is a unique machine allowing imaging of very small, superficial structures previously invisible to conventional ultrasound. As a Pediatric Anesthesiologist it has been extremely useful for peripheral and central vascular access. It is also finding a niche in regional anesthesia, by allowing us to place peripheral nerve blocks in infants that would previously not have been attempted. With the Vevo MD we are able to safely and precisely perform transversus abdominis plane and ilioinguinal blocks in infants.
I believe that this era of ultra high frequency ultrasound imaging is just beginning and I think there are many more clinical applications as yet undiscovered."
Dr Daniel Low BMedSci BM BS MRCPCH FRCA
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anesthesiology and Pain,
Seattle Children’s Hospital, USA
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