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Vevo LAB

Analyze imaging data quickly and efficiently with your lab PC

Your Ultimate Analysis Solution

Analyze your high-frequency ultrasound and photoacoustic imaging data quickly and efficiently!

Vevo LAB analysis software offers advanced tools for quantifying and characterizing indicators of disease progression. Our software is the first of its kind available for preclinical researchers and comes pre-packaged for applications in the following areas of research: oncology, cardiovascular, vascular, neurobiology and molecular imaging. Vevo LAB allows you to quickly and efficiently analyze all of your imaging data with your own personal or lab PC.

Offers convenient, easy to use reports, containing all of your measurements and calculations that you can open with Excel, then copy and paste right into your statistical analysis program!

Auto LV
Auto LV

Auto LV Analysis Software makes functional and anatomical analysis of the left ventricle in just one click! This measurement tools is customized for pre-clinical small animal research.
  • Fast and reliable
  • Highly reproducible 
  • Operator-independant

Learn more about Auto LV.

Vevo CQ
Vevo CQ

Vevo CQ allows you to study contrast uptake kinetics as well as late phase targeted enhancement. It provides advanced curve fitting algorithms for quantitative assessment of perfusion parameters as well as color-coded parametric images useful for qualitative assessment of spatial distribution.

Learn more about Vevo CQ.

Vevo Strain
Vevo Strain


Where conventional 2D echocardiography can measure basic LV function, our Vevo Strain software allows for advanced assessment of traditional LV functional parameters as well as global and regional wall motion abnormalities.
  • See cardiac dysfunction early and measure dyssynchrony
  • Detect regional abnormalities and tissue deformation to determine disease onset
  • Evaluate longitudinal, radial, and circumferential strain

Learn more about Vevo Strain.

Vevo Vasc

Vevo Vasc

Where conventional 2D echocardiography can measure basic LV function, our Vevo Strain software allows for advanced assessment of traditional LV functional parameters as well as global and regional wall motion abnormalities.
  • See cardiac dysfunction early and measure dyssynchrony
  • Detect regional abnormalities and tissue deformation to determine disease onset
  • Evaluate longitudinal, radial, and circumferential strain

Learn more about Vevo Vasc.



Please see below the chart to determine which advanced software package is most suitable for your application. 

  Oncology Cardiology Vascular Neurobiology Molecular Imaging

Vevo CQ

   

Vevo Strain

       

Auto LV

       

Vevo Vasc

       

Vevo 
Multiplexer

     


System hardware requirements for Vevo LAB software:

  • 64-bit Microsoft Windows 7, or newer, running on Windows PC hardware.  Note: Only 64-bit operating systems are supported
  • 2 GB of RAM (4 GB is recommended)
  • 2.0 GHz dual core processor (or faster)
  • Installation of the application requires 1 GB of hard disk space. Imaging data may require significantly more (at least 500 GB of space is recommended)
  • Available USB port (USB 2, or newer)
  • Video card that can run at a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768 in 32-bit color mode. For optimal display of the image area and measurement results table, use at least 1440 x 900 resolution.
  • For optimal performance, display scale should be set to 100%

VisualSonics iPACS

Now you can process, organize, archive and report the rich data that's collected using Vevo LAB easily with VisualSonics' iPACS. Learn more.
 

Are you looking for the latest Vevo LAB software download?

You can download it here on our Customer Resource Portal after logging in. You must be a registered user of the Vevo system for access. If you have not registered, please create your account here. If you forgot your password, you can reset it here.

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