The latest, most advanced model in the IBEX® family, with enhanced image resolution, color Doppler, improved features and remote image-viewing apps. Designed and manufactured in Loveland, CO, the new IBEX SA was created for the companion animal practice—anyone demanding a high-quality image in portable system.
It's funny because it’s true.... but don’t be this person! Overuse of gain can result in a washed out image and unnecessary noise. Before reaching for that gain control, consider your contact, transducer choice, and frequency.
All ultrasounds have gain control. It’s often a knob, button, and/or a series of sliders on the console, and it’s one of the most used and adjusted scanning parameters... but do you know what it really does?
Saving video clips on your EVO is super simple! And did you know that from your stored loops you can freeze, measure, annotate, and store still frames? This means if you’re in a rush or have an uncooperative patient, you can easily do your analysis at a later time. Be sure to check out all the EVO Shorts videos on our YouTube channels - E.I. Medical Imaging and E.I. Medical Imaging University!
Did you know that you can add wireless streaming to any one of the IBEX® PRO or LITE models? This is a great tool for sharing your image in real time with clients, students, and trainees!
The first in our series on storing images on the EVO...a quick tip on saving a still frame image to your EVO ultrasound. Stored images can later be recalled, renamed, measured, annotated, and exported. They can be stored and exported as either standard JPEGs or DICOM files.
We've just uploaded several short video tutorials on features commonly used on the unique and powerful EVO veterinary ultrasound. You can find the EVO Shorts playlist on our EIMI University YouTube Channel!
E.I. Medical is renowned for manufacturing the toughest ultrasounds for field use. You may know about our third-party testing on drops, water resistance, temperature extremes, and more. You may even know that our connectors and hinges are sealed to keep moisture out!
But while a lot of engineering has gone into these features, your equipment will serve you best if you do your part, too. Our service department sees a lot of interesting things come across their desks, and many of the electronic issues seen can be easily avoided with a little preventative care. This includes daily inspection of the equipment, and most importantly, a little routine cleaning and maintenance.
Dear Friends of EIMI,
A year ago, we were all probably pretty unaware of how unusual things were about to get in this world. The last 12 months have brought tragedy, resilience, and hope. I wanted to reach out to you today to say thanks, and to give you a brief update.
With the breeding season upon us once again, could it be time to reconsider the status quo with regard to transrectal ultrasound transducers?