May 7, by Brian Gill. Part 2 of 8 of this system training on the Chison SonoTouch 30 covers the user interface and the foundation for the remaining 6 parts of this training series. This will show you how to use and interact with the SonoTouch 30 ultrasound machine. Interested in the Chison SonoTouch 30 portable ultrasound machine? Talk to an expert today at Links to all the videos in this training series are found beneath the video.
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May 7, by Brian Gill. Part 2 of 8 of this system training on the Chison SonoTouch 30 covers the user interface and the foundation for the remaining 6 parts of this training series. This will show you how to use and interact with the SonoTouch 30 ultrasound machine. Interested in the Chison SonoTouch 30 portable ultrasound machine?
Talk to an expert today at Links to all the videos in this training series are found beneath the video. For a complete listing of all our training videos, see our Ultrasound Equipment Training page. Part 1: Introduction to the SonoTouch Part 6: SonoTouch 30 Measurements and Calculations.
Providian offers a unique opportunity to Rent ultrasound equipment reviewed and tested from our leading Ultrasound Machine Expert, Brian Gill. It looks a lot like the iPhone or iPad keyboard.
Patient ID is automatic. It goes by the date. Last menstrual period for any obstetrics exams. You enter the birth date and any other information you might have. Down below, you can edit, enter extra information about it, or you can search for a patient ID. Here we have the patient ID and the name. This is going to bring up a body.
And these are the things that are available with this linear probe right now. You can change it by pressing here, such as a fetal heart, going back to male patient, female patient, baby. For male here, you can see how the anatomy changes.
That would show the carotid. This is the first set of parameters. We also have your TGCs. To change your TGCs, you can just slide your finger along here or change each individual parameter by pressing it and dragging it.
That will appear for one second after you change the parameter and then it will disappear. Here in B mode, we can press it and we get multiple menus.
Each time you see an arrow here, it means you can pull up another menu. Push the other part of the button. B mode is your standard 2D imaging. PW is Pulsed Wave Doppler. Here, we have color. We can also just find and just get a center line to appear or not. Choose Biopsy or Center Line. Here we have the Others This is where we get into a second set of parameters. If I say Other Para. I get another set of parameters here that would show more in-depth customization of the image.
Archive is where you go to previous patient information, do pull up previous exams or images from the previous patient. You could also have other printers set up. There is a full thing to get into setting up custom printers through the USB port. Down here we have Needle, Lock and a Trashcan.
This pulls up a Needle Guide. If I press Needle. This is for image optimization for doing some sort of needle guidance where you would put the needle parallel to this line. Needle angle changes the angle of that needle, depending on how you were coming in with the needle. Down below on this information, we have the power button. We can do this.
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Chison Sonotouch 30 Portable Ultrasound
April 21, by Brian Gill. At first glance, many will think this is a simple copycat of the GE Venue 40, or one of the other tablet-style portable ultrasound machines. This one is truly different. Really, with all the copycat ultrasounds out there being released by manufacturers, this one shows innovation and thoughtfulness. Read more below the break.
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