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SSD-1000 Ultrasound Console

ProductsSSD-1000 Ultrasound Console
Company ALOKA, Inc.
Item SSD-1000 Ultrasound Console
Features 
  • Employs Super High Density Transducers
  • Convex Sector & Linear Scanning as standard
  • Dynamic frequency scanning
  • Swivel operation panel and monitor
  • ABC (Automatic B-gain Control)
  • IPS (Image Processing Select)
  • Extensive measurement & calculation packages
  • Cine Memory
Description Based on decades of experience, the SSD-1000 is a high performance and versatile diagnostic ultrasound system. It uses our advanced technologies and over 5 decades of innovative ultrasound experience. Using the same technology as our more expensive systems, the SSD-1000 provides superior imaging capabilities in a compact and mobile setting.

We also employ Super High Density transducers (found our high-end systems) to enhance imaging resolution. High-quality images help you accurately diagnose patients in less time.

The SSD-1000 provides a fine balance of superb imaging and ergonomic design, well suited for a wide range of clinical examinations.

Info ALOKA, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 872-5652
Web site: http://www.aloka.com

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