Vevo® MD

Benefits

THE VEVO® MD IS THE WORLD`S FIRST ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY ULTRASOUND SYSTEM DESIGNED FOR CLINICAL USE WITH FREQUENCIES UP TO 70 MHz.

  • Visualize tiny anatomy not visible with conventional ultrasound
  • Range of highly advanced UHF transducers, up to 70MHz
  • User-friendly, customizable touchscreen interface that reduces exam times
  • Innovative technology that opens up new possibilities in medical imaging

 

RESOLUTION ON A WHOLE NEW SCALE

Visualize the first 3 cm in the highest resolution available on any clinical ultrasound system on the market today.

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SEEING MORE MATTERS

This ground breaking development opens up new possibilities for medical imaging that have never been seen before with resolution as fine as less than half a grain of sand.

Median Nerve at 15 MHz
Median Nerve at 70 MHz on the Vevo MD

Spinal Cord in Neonate
Exophytic Mole
Nail Bed
Index Finger – A2 Pulley
Left Hand – Dorsal Vein
Neonatal Abdominal Wall

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Discover the Power of High Resolution

Ergonomically designed for ease-of-use and operation with the Vevo MD are the UHF Series Transducers. These transducers come in a range of frequencies from 22-70 MHz.

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Model Applications Bandwidth Scan Depth Biopsy Kit
UHF22 Arterial, Musculoskeletal, Nerve, Ped. Abdominal, Small Parts, Venous 10-22 MHz 38.4mm
UHF48 Arterial, Musculoskeletal, Neonatal, Nerve, Small Parts, Venous 20-46 MHz 23.5mm
UHF70 Arterial, Musculoskeletal, Neonatal, Nerve, Small Parts, Venous 29-71MHz 10mm

Warranty

One-year warranty includes:

The imaging system and transducer parts are free of defects for a 12 month period.

Anything found defective, worn, or broken within this period will be replaced free of charge (excludes customer damaged items).

Education

As a part of each SonoSite product purchase, The SonoSite Institute is available to you. Through this site, access digital databases of resources and materials that will address the latest applications for point-of-care ultrasound.