Vet Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging Machine

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Model Number: NH-30045
Brand: Niche Healthcare


Feature & Benefits:

  1. Application: sheep, pig, goat, cattle, horse, dog, cat, etc
  2. 5.6-inch high-definition screen full metal body

  3. Fully waterproof electronic convex array probe

  4. Sixteen color adjustment

  5. Video playback function, playback and observation of the last test video, convenient for one person to operate and record a small video

  6. Quickly measure the back mark function and automatically display the back fat

  7. Restore factory settings

  8. The normal power is less than 9W, and the battery life is more than four hours

  9. Support external U disk, monitor, printer, etc.



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The Veterinary Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging Machine for Sheep offers several healthcare benefits within a veterinary setting:

  1. Early Detection of Pregnancy: The ultrasound machine enables veterinarians to perform early pregnancy diagnosis in sheep, allowing for timely confirmation of pregnancy status and accurate estimation of gestational age. This facilitates proactive management decisions and interventions to support the health and well-being of pregnant ewes and their offspring.

  2. Monitoring of Reproductive Health: Veterinary ultrasound imaging allows for comprehensive evaluation of the reproductive organs and structures in sheep, including the uterus, ovaries, and fetal development. Regular ultrasound examinations enable veterinarians to monitor reproductive health parameters, such as follicular development, ovulation, and fetal viability, ensuring optimal reproductive performance and outcomes within the flock.

  3. Assessment of Fetal Health: The ultrasound machine enables veterinarians to assess the health and development of fetuses in pregnant ewes, including fetal size, position, and viability. This information is crucial for identifying potential pregnancy complications or abnormalities, such as fetal malformations or dystocia (difficult birth), and implementing appropriate management strategies to mitigate risks and optimize neonatal survival rates.

  4. Facilitation of Reproductive Management: Veterinary ultrasound imaging supports effective reproductive management practices in sheep flocks by providing valuable information for breeding decisions and fertility optimization. Veterinarians can use ultrasound findings to assess reproductive performance, identify fertile ewes for mating, and monitor the effectiveness of breeding programs, leading to improved breeding efficiency and productivity within the flock.

  5. Diagnosis of Reproductive Disorders: Ultrasound imaging facilitates the diagnosis of reproductive disorders and conditions affecting sheep, such as uterine infections, cystic ovarian disease, or reproductive tract abnormalities. Early detection of these conditions allows for prompt veterinary intervention and treatment, minimizing the risk of reproductive losses and optimizing overall flock health and productivity.

  6. Guidance for Reproductive Procedures: The ultrasound machine provides real-time imaging guidance for various reproductive procedures in sheep, such as artificial insemination (AI), embryo transfer, or fetal sexing. Accurate visualization of reproductive structures enables veterinarians to perform procedures with precision and confidence, enhancing the success rates and outcomes of assisted reproductive techniques within the flock.

  7. Educational Tool for Producers: Veterinary ultrasound imaging serves as an educational tool for sheep producers, allowing them to visually understand the reproductive processes and health status of their flock. Veterinarians can use ultrasound images to educate producers on reproductive anatomy, breeding practices, and management strategies, empowering them to make informed decisions and improve flock management practices.


Technical Data

5.6-inch LED display;
Scanning mode
convex array scanning
Display mode
B, B + B, 4b, B + m, m
Fast backfat function (mobile caliper);
Image image
rotate the image up, down, left and right, and flip the interface in black and white
Routine measurement
distance, perimeter, area, volume and angle
Character display
gain, frequency, dynamic, date, time
Blind area
≤ 4
The maximum display depth
Geometric accuracy
transverse ≤ 5%, longitudinal ≤ 5%
lateral ≤ 2mm, axial ≤ 1mm



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