Ultrasound scanner

An ultrasound scanner is a piece of medical equipment that provides images of most soft tissues without subjecting patients to ionizing radiation. In other words, it obtains diagnostic images from echoes obtained by emitting ultrasonic waves (the most common). A small instrument called a transducer, very similar to a microphone, emits ultrasound waves. These high-frequency sound waves are transmitted to the area of the body being studied, and their echo is received. The transducer picks up the echo of the sound waves and a computer converts it into an image that appears on the screen.

Ultrasound is a high-frequency sound wave (over 20,000 cycles per second, or 20 kHz) that cannot be heard by humans. Different tissues modify the waves in different ways, some reflecting them directly and others scattering them as echoes before they reach the transducer.

Types of Ultrasound Scanners that a Laboratory may require

Ultrasonic diagnostic equipment

This hand-held ultrasound device is small and very inexpensive, and has the advantages of making ultrasound scans simpler, plus it allows you to be anywhere inside the hospital, facilitating the doctor's visit to the patient's body; it is used in a variety of applications in different departments, the widest for a single ultrasound probe, making it a diagnostic imaging device for the whole body, in urological, abdominal, fetal, cardiovascular, gynecological and musculoskeletal applications, among others.

Ultrasonic Color Doppler Diagnostic System

Ultrasound refers to sound waves emitted at frequencies beyond the range of human hearing. Frequencies ranging from 2 to 15 megahertz (MHz) are generally used for diagnostic imaging. Ultrasonic waves are mechanical (acoustic) vibrations that require a transmission medium and, as they exhibit the normal wave properties of reflection, refraction and diffraction, they can be directed, focused and reflected in a predictable manner.


At Kalstein, you'll find the ideal Ultrasound Scanners for the Medical Sector

At Kalstein, we have an excellent range of Ultrasonic Scanners for the medical sector. That's why we invite you to take a look at some of our available Ultrasonic Scanners

Color Doppler Ultrasound 128 Elements Good Quality YR05151

Model CF+B simultaneously, PDI, DPDI, TDI, TSI, supports trapezoidal images, convex


Veterinary Ultrasound with Professional Rectal Probe YR05146

The rest of the performance is the same as that of the notebook, such as the...


Color Doppler ultrasound screen 15 inch Heart Test, Pregnancy YR05152

CF+B model simultaneously, PDI, DPDI, TDI, TSI, supports trapezoidal images, virtual...


Obstetric ultrasound 3D4D GYN YR05147

6 types of reports and automatic measurements for obstetrics/gynecology, cardiology, urology...


Our best-selling Ultrasound scanner

  • Large 15" color LED displayReal Doppler function USB and VGA ports and 2 probe connectors.
  • Abdomen/cardiac/gynecology/urology/andrology/small parts/vascular/pediatric/musculoskeletal
  • Image modes: B 2B... 4B M B/C/B/D/B/C/D/B/CFM/D PDI Dual color
  • Simultaneous color 2D/Color composite PW duplex/Triplex... CFM... CDE Directional PD CD
  • Computer-based Doppler Color with Windows system, which can be connected to any brand of printer.

Guides to becoming an Ultrasound Scanner expert

There are an infinite number of models, so it's normal that you're not sure which Ultrasonic Scanner to buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we've tested them to find what you're looking for.

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Frequently asked questions from our customers about Ultrasound Scanners

For Ultrasound Scanner prices, please send us an e-mail with your request via the contact form.

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