Monthly Archives: July 2019


18
Jul 2019
Scan Pad and wireless probe

Wireless ultrasound probes (or ‘ultrasound wands’) went through a temporary boom in popularity in the UK, before their limitations quickly became obvious. Now, many people who originally invested in wireless scanners are looking to upgrade to higher quality systems. But is there a role for these wireless probes, and if so, what is it? I put a typical wireless ultrasound probe to the test against the VIS Scan Pad to find out the key differences, and examine why not all 128 element transducers are created equal. Bladder scan in a Dogue De......

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10
Jul 2019

Ultrasound is not (yet) an exact science. Machine learning is helping to bring us closer to it, but even when this day comes – and it’s currently only in the research stages – it’s unlikely that the human component will ever be completely replaced in our lifetimes. There will always be exceptions to rules, and at the moment, only a human brain is capable of thinking around these instances. Because ultrasound can be so subjective, it’s important that you are part of a supportive community that you can turn to when you......

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