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!
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.
First of all, thanks for a great 2020! In spite of everything, we've had a great year.
And we're offering end-of-year discounts of up to 25% that will allow you to get the ultrasound you need at a great price—upgrade now!
Detailed instructions on these features and more are found in the owner's manual, found at www.eimedical.com/library.
Since we released our PRO/r and SuperLite in 2018, many existing PRO and LITE users have taken advantage of our Retool to Upgrade program, allowing them to breathe new life into an out-of-warranty ultrasound.
Now, at the end of 2020, we offer additional retooling options—the PRO/c and SuperLite/c. Step up to improved image quality and a new warranty while taking advantage of the end-of-the-year Section 179 deduction!
If you’re anything like me, you barely scratch the surface with regard to using all the features on your gadgets. I know that my iPhone, laptop, and GoPro are capable of all kinds of fun things that I don’t take advantage of. Well, it’s very likely that your veterinary ultrasound also has some hidden gem features that you haven’t used!
I’ve been thinking a bit lately about a conversation I have frequently with my colleagues. It’s one that questions the need for and the appropriateness of ultrasound use in a general companion animal practice. I repeatedly hear veterinarians bemoaning the time required to learn to perform ultrasound, the expense of implementing it, and the potential liability in interpreting it. They often tell me that they have a “wonderful traveling radiologist/internist” who comes in at a regular interval to conduct ultrasound exams on their accumulated cases.