One of the really fun parts of my job as staff veterinarian here at EIMI is attending meetings and interacting with our customers. I always leave with such profound admiration for the spectrum of work that’s being done in the animal world—from what would be considered routine exams on domestic species to research on rare exotics. There are so many ultrasound applications out there!
E.I. Medical Imaging, always innovating for veterinary ultrasound users, has just launched 4 new products!
The new high definition CLi4HD, hard-wired to an updated PRO platform. Designed specifically for bovine and equine reproduction. New technology provides clear, high definition scans seen only on higher end ultrasound units. More information...
If you’re new to ultrasound, an image may look like nothing more than a swirling array of grey tones on the screen. Interpretation requires an understanding of anatomy and physiology, but also of how ultrasound technology functions.
Consider the sonar produced by a bat in flight. The bat emits high frequency sounds, which then bounce off of objects in its proximity and return to the bat. The animal uses the strength, direction, and timing of the returning sound to determine where those objects are and to avoid a collision.
By Mia Varra, Creative Consultant
The staff at E.I. Medical Imaging has selected their top picks and favorite Ibex bovine ultrasound images this month. In the staff selections below you will see bovine ultrasound images at all different stages of pregnancy as well as bovine ovary images, cysts, CL (corpus Luteum), twins and more. Submit your best Ibex bovine images and maybe your image will be selected next month. Good luck.