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In today’s blog, we will get some tips from the biomeds at Trisonics! Today’s tips are for two Philips ultrasound systems, the iU22 and the iE33.
Maintaining your ultrasound machine is vital for continued and accurate use in patient diagnostic testing.
In order to keep your Ultrasound System equipment at peak performance and increase uptime of your machine, regular Preventive Maintenance is crucial. ALL ultrasound systems need regular Preventive Maintenance performed by trained technicians.
Summit Imaging, a sponsor of our Ultrasound Systems category, offers the simplest, most cost-effective ultrasound repair solution that minimizes downtime and saves money.
Ultrasound transducers are the most often damaged, and the most expensive replacement part of an ultrasound system. Here are some simple tips to help with quality control for your transducers
Since the importance of the ultrasound system industry is always growing, we think it is as important to continually update you with tips and tricks to help with your preventative maintenance schedules.
Routine preventative maintenance checks should be scheduled for your equipment. During these exams your equipment should be cleaned and inspected for proper functionality and any signs of damage.
With ultrasound technology continually improving, experts are seeing more and more trends arise in the ultrasound equipment market. From a recent TechNation article, experts discussed what they believe to be the biggest trends in ultrasound.