Area: Imaging Suite Supersonic Imagine Aixplorer
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Platform Name: Ultrasound
Model/Type: Supersonic Imagine Aixplorer
Description: The SuperSonic Imagine Aixplorer system is a cart based ultrasound imaging system that contains a scan converter and can be coupled to a variety of linear, curved, micro-convex, and motorized linear array transducers to produce images, which are displayed on a LCD monitor.

An adjustable control panel with integrated touch screen allows the user to perform an ultrasound exam quickly and efficiently in accordance with ALARA principles.

The system also allows the user to perform measurements and associated calculations, capture images to digital memory or to an external device, and review diagnostic studies in the form of a report. The system functions in a manner similar to existing devices and transducers for the imaging modes: B-Mode, M-mode, Color Doppler imaging, Pulsed Wave Doppler, Harmonic Imaging, Amplitude Power Doppler imaging, Directional Amplitude Power imaging, Contrast Imaging, Elasticity Imaging, and 3D imaging.

Imaging applications
Abdominal, Small Organs, Musculoskeletal, Superficial Musculoskeletal, Vascular, Peripheral Vascular, OB-GYN, Pelvic, Pediatric, Neonatal/Adult Cephalic, Urology.
Location: PC S1.150
Disclaimer
Note: Please note that there are restrictions on the use of the PERFORM Centre's equipment. As such, some items may not be removed from our facilities. For details, please contact the Platform Supervisor.

Availability:

Days of week: SuMTWThFSa
Weekday hrs: 06:30 - 23:00
Weekend hrs: 07:00 - 22:00

Contact:

Divya Sequeira


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Concordia University - PERFORM Centre
7200 Sherbrooke St. W.,
PC Building
Montreal, QC,
Canada H4B 1R2

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