VINNO M86
New Generation High-end Color Doppler Ultrasound
 
VINNO M86
New Generation High-end Color Doppler Ultrasound
 
 
Ultra-Fine Ultrasonic Wave technology is
based on VINNO's RF platform, Ultra-Fine Ultrasonic Wave technology adopts the echo adaptive decoding technology which includes artificial intelligence judgment and adaptive matching method.
Better resolution
Better penetration
More uniform
More contrast
VAid Technology
 
 
Real-time Auto Breast Lesion Detection
The application of VAid technology is currently the focus of the entire society and is constantly evolving in various medical fields. Through VINNO's independent research and development of core algorithm, automatic lesion detection can be realized. Provide complete solutions for hospitals and medical centers.
VAid Technology, Real-time Auto Breast Lesion Detection
 
 
New Generation VSpeckle Technology
 
The new generation VSpeckle technology combines adaptive echo decoding technology and speckle reduction technology together to remove speckles more effectively and obtain clearer image.
Advantages:
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Increased contrast resolution
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More tissue details display
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Higher definition of structure border
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Most real signals acquisition
 
Strain Rate Imaging
 
Strain Imaging is the quantification of myocardial deformation, either using Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI) or Speckle Tracking on 2D image (2DTT). Each sample point is tracked frame-to-frame over the cardiac cycle, their dimensional spatio-temporal displacement information is computed to obtain Strain. Positive Strain values are lengthening, thickening, or clockwise rotation. Negative Strain values are shortening, thinning or counter-clockwise rotation. The benefits of strain imaging technology is its ability to differentiate between active and passive movement of myocardial segments, to quantify intraventricular dyssynchrony and to evaluate components of myocardial function, such as longitudinal myocardial shortening, that are not visually assessable, it allows comprehensive assessment of myocardial function and the spectrum of potential clinical applications is very wide.
the preferred ultrasound index to identify movement abnormalities of myocardial segments
Stress Echo
 
Stress Echocardiography is a non-invasive, dynamic evaluation of myocardial structure and its function under an external stress (exercise or pharmacology). External stresses increase the regional wall motions and thickening thereby increases 3-5 times blood supply to the myocardium to meet the demand in normal individuals. The non-ischaemic dilated or Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy patients will have less demand due to pathology and ischaemia leads to regional wall motion dysfunction. Thereby, stress echo helps in functional assessment [differentiating active movement from passive/tethering] and structural changes [differentiation thickening/scar/aneurysm- regional bulging] which are more pronounced during stress, can be visually assessed and objectively observed [less subjective compared to standard Echo]. A baseline scan is compared to peak/stages of stress and a standardized wall motion score is performed. Basically, two fundamental types of information can be gathered: tissue viability and coronary flow reserve
Premium 4D Imaging
 
HQ Grad, HQ Silhouette Mode
 
Smart Workflow
 
Touch Panel Operation

Volume image navigation in different angles by finger

Comment

Easy text position change by dragging operation

Patient Information Management System

Fast index of patient information Vivid thumbnail images display area

Intelligent Remote Solutions
 

Remote Application

remote parameters adjustment to optimize the image
Remote Consultation
remote operation guidance and diagnosis
Remote Maintenance
remote software upgradation
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