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Are you looking for the right equipment for ultrasound in your practice or clinic? You are at the right place on the DocCheck Shop! You will find ultrasound scanners, Doppler devices, ultrasound gel, video printers and many accessories from well-known brands such as EDAN, Mindray, ECLAT, Philips and Mitsubishi. Order your new medical device now and have it delivered in just a few clicks to the address of your choice.
Ultrasound is one of the most common medical procedures performed in hospitals and doctors' offices. It is an imaging procedure used in medicine to examine body tissue using ultrasound. Ultrasound examination is mainly used to observe internal organs and soft tissues that are difficult to see on an X-ray. Ultrasound is based on the principle of echo: the ultrasound machine emits directional ultrasound via the probe, which is reflected to a greater or lesser extent by the successive layers of the sounded area. The interval between the sound and the echo allows the ultrasound computer to continuously calculate an image that appears in real time and usually in black and white on the ultrasound screen. Ultrasound is particularly suitable for determining an initial diagnosis and for monitoring certain diseases.
Ultrasound is particularly suitable for examining internal organs that contain fluid. These are mainly the abdominal organs, examined by abdominal ultrasound, the heart, blood vessels, salivary glands, thyroid, lymph nodes, testicles, uterus and ovaries. The procedure of the ultrasound is always the same: The area of the organ to be examined is exposed and passed through by the transducer of the ultrasound machine. The probe and the area being examined must be covered with ultrasound gel so that the sound waves can penetrate the skin during the examination. The images obtained during the ultrasound then appear in real time on the ultrasound machine and can be printed out using a video printer for the patient's file. The physician is then able to use the ultrasound to diagnose critical changes or diseases. Ultrasound is a common procedure for gynecologists. It allows them to monitor the pregnancy of their patients and prevent possible risks. Pregnancies are observed with the help of abdominal ultrasound. The harmless sound waves used in ultrasound can be used to examine sensitive tissues, such as those of unborn children. Order the right ultrasound machines for your diagnosis online at the DocCheck store now.
In medicine, ultrasound via Doppler devices is a special form of ultrasound that makes the flow of blood through the blood vessels audible by using the Doppler effect. The Doppler effect is a physical phenomenon that modifies a signal, usually due to the movement of the object emitting the signal. It can also be used to visually represent blood flow by combining image ultrasound with the color coding of Doppler ultrasound. The technique of Doppler ultrasound can cover many areas to make diagnoses. Vascular Doppler is used for examination and diagnosis in the field of angiology. Vascular diseases can be examined non-invasively. Fetal Doppler is particularly useful for prenatal diagnosis. It allows the examination of the heartbeat of children in their mother's womb during pregnancy. Find on the DocCheck store everything you need for the fetal and vascular Doppler.
On the DocCheck store we offer you the complete equipment for a successful ultrasound examination. Find accessories besides ultrasound gels and video printers. We provide covers, printer paper, mobile ultrasound carts and ultrasound probes. Browse the Ultrasound Accessories category and make sure you're prepared for any situation for your next exam!
DocCheck Shop is an authorized reseller of medical equipment for all specialties. We supply many clinics and medical practices with high quality, certified items delivered directly to their premises. You'll find everything you need to perform ultrasounds on your patients in our online store. Order your new product online and have it delivered in just a few clicks to the address of your choice, whether it's your home, your medical practice or your clinic.