Monitor : 19” high-resolution LCD color monitor
Gray scale : 256
Scanning lines : ≥256
Dynamic Range : 30dB-75dB
Maximum frame rate : ≥65/s
Pseudo-color display : 11
Note: body mark and character note, body mark: ≥100
Cine loop : ≥100 frame
Image memory : ≥160G, format BMP/JPG/DCM/TIF
TGC : ≥8
Partial enlarged : ≥ 4 times
Image mode: B, BB, 4B, B+M , M, PWD, PwrD, CD, CWD, DirPwr, B+C+D.
Image processing : 8 frame-related, 6 related to six-speed lines
Image flip : up and down , left and right , image rotation ( 2B, 4B mode rotated 90 ° ) , black and white
DICOM3.0 interface with network remote assistance software
Sampling frame size, position and color : support B / color consistent width adjustable
Pulse repetition frequency : 0.5-2khz , 6 adjustable
Gain : 20dB-48dB , grading adjustable
Wall filter : 40-500 adjustable
Noise Reduction : 32 adjustable
Sample volume : 0.5-10mm adjustable range 20
Scan speed : 8 adjustable
Support synchronous updates automatically trace and spectral inversion
Baseline position, spectrum volume and correction angle : adjustable
Doppler ultrasonography is a technique that uses reflected sound waves to measure motion such as blood flow and heartbeat. Doppler ultrasound scanning can be used to determine blood flow velocity and its direction. This information helps determine if the fetus is growing properly and if the tissue supplies enough blood and nutrients.
Doppler ultrasound provides doctors with a visual or audible representation of blood movement through the sound waves through veins, arteries and blood vessels. The reflected sound can be used to diagnose restricted blood flow, blood clots and fetal health. Unlike ultrasound imaging, which is used to provide parents with intrauterine photos, Doppler ultrasound is used to observe fetal blood flow.
Color Doppler ultrasound is similar to double-sided Doppler ultrasound because the image is produced from sound waves. Instead of converting the sound into a graphic, it creates a color image of the blood flow velocity and motion based on the sound.
One of the main purposes of routine antenatal care is to identify babies that are not bred in the uterus. If these babies can be identified, medical interventions may improve the outcome of these babies. Doppler ultrasound uses sound waves to detect blood movements in blood vessels. It is used to study blood circulation in infants, uterus and placenta during pregnancy.