Breast Imaging Ultrasound

Physicians specializing in women's health have relied on the diagnostic abilities of ultrasound, whether as a breast surgeon, scanning at an imaging center, family practice or OB/GYN office. High resolution imaging systems with a range of high frequency linear transducers and biopsy capability allow you to quickly and confidently screen for breast lumps, assist with needle guided biopsies or target a lesion prior to excision.

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Cardiology Ultrasound

Cardiologists who are interested in using ultrasound as a tool when evaluating the heart, valve function, and blood flow have numerous manufacturer options to choose from.  When considering a ultrasound system to meet your needs consider all the examinations you will perform that will enhance your patient care.

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Dialysis Access Ultrasound

Whether you are a vascular surgeon creating a fistula or graft, or a nephrologist overseeing a patient's dialysis treatment, ultrasound helps visualize the compromised vasculature of patients with kidney failure. Depending on the range of your ultrasound needs and budget, United Medical Instruments provides five laptop ultrasound system options.

Dialysis Access Applications:

  • Vein mapping for fistula placement
  • Evalution of fistula flow volumes
  • Evaluation of deep venous thrombosis (DVT)

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Endocrinology Ultrasound

Endocrinologists who are seeing patients with disorders related to the thyroid, pancreas, ovaries and other hormonal glands, find ultrasound to be a useful tool in diagnosing and treating patients. United Medical Instruments offers many ultrasound systems for the endocrinology office.

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Family Practice Ultrasound

Family practice physicians who are looking to diversify their patient service offerings have several portable ultrasound systems to choose from. Whether conducting fetal biophysical profiles, performing AAA screenings or evaluating the heart, high resolution ultrasound imaging systems with a range of transducers, and biopsy capability allow you to scan quickly and confidently.

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Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

High resolution ultrasound has come into mainstream Orthopedic medicine and surgery as a first line imaging modality to assess and diagnose soft tissue pathology of tendons, muscles, ligaments and peripheral nerves of the musculoskeletal system.

High resolution, diagnostic ultrasound benefits include:

  • Real time evaluation of soft tissue thickness, viscosity of fluid, and point of maximal intensity pain.
  • Evaluation of strains/sprains, tendonitis hematoma, muscle tears and disruptions.
  • Provides PRECISE guidance for injections, needle placement for biopsy, aspiration, and visualization of needle placement.
  • Ultrasound is a non-invasive, cost effective modality that frequently eliminates the necessity for an MRI.

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Nephrology Ultrasound

Nephrologists who are interested in using ultrasound when evaluating kidney disorders, conducting biopsies or placing temporary or permanent hemodialysis access have several portable ultrasound systems to select from depending on budget and system requirements.

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Obstetrics & Gynecology Ultrasound

Physicians who are interested in utilizing ultrasound to focus on women’s health rely on ultrasound for a variety of clinical applications including breast, OB/GYN, and fertility.

OB/GYN Applications:

  • Fetal Assessments
  • Pelvic Examinations
  • Uterine Screenings

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Orthopedic Ultrasound

Orthopedic specialists utilizing ultrasound technology as a diagnostic tool in their patient's treatment plans are finding multiple benefits:

  • Ultrasound is a real-time, efficient, time saving, safe alternative to MRI
  • Needle injection guidance
  • Procedures supported with reimbursement CPT codes

Orthopedic and pain management physicians looking to add ultrasound technology to their practice should understand the advantages of different systems to find the right product for their practice. Below are several portable options that are suited to your practice.

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Pain Management Ultrasound

Healthcare providers who specialize in pain management or pain medicine, have embraced ultrasound technology to assess initial pathology or inflammation around the joint and assist with joint injections ensuring more accurate needle placement.

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Vein Care Ultrasound

Phlebologists who diagnose and treat patients with vein disorders rely on ultrasound to:

  • Determine the presence of venous reflux
  • Screening for Venous Insufficiency
  • Follow-up Procedural Exams
  • Deep Venous Thrombosis exam
  • Ultrasound Assisted Ablation Procedures
  • Ultrasound Assisted Sclerotherapy Procedures

Physicians looking to add ultrasound technology to their practice should understand the advantages of different systems to find the right product for their practice. Below are several suitable portable options.

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Podiatry Ultrasound

High resolution ultrasound has come into mainstream Podiatric medicine as a first line imaging modality to assess and diagnose soft tissue pathology of tendons, muscles, and ligaments.

High resolution, diagnostic ultrasound benefits include:

  • Real time evaluation of soft tissue thickness, viscosity of fluid, and point of maximal intensity pain.
  • Evaluation of strains/sprains, tendonitis hematoma, muscle tears and disruptions.
  • Provides PRECISE guidance for injections, needle placement for biopsy, aspiration, and visualization of needle placement.
  • Ultrasound is a non-invasive, cost effective modality that frequently eliminates the necessity for an MRI.

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Small Parts Ultrasound

Physicians who are interested in using ultrasound as a tool when evaluating or biopsying  small parts such as thyroid or testes have a variety of portable ultrasound systems to choose from.

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Urology Ultrasound

Urologists who are interested in adding ultrasound to their practice for diagnosing and treating patients with urological disorders have both portable and cart based ultrasound systems to assist them with imaging kidneys, urinary bladder, prostate and small parts.

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Vascular Imaging Ultrasound

When assessing arteries and veins for issues like vascular disease, detection of stenosis or blood clots (DVTs), ultrasound is a helpful technology in measuring the speed and direction of blood flow. UMI provides physicians with three portable ultrasound systems available for conducting exams such as vein ablation procedures, and assessment of venous or arterial disease.

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Vascular Access Ultrasound

Healthcare providers conducting vascular access procedures have a higher success rate of locating the vein when utilizing ultrasound. UMI provides physicians with three handheld ultrasound systems for vascular access, all are easy to use and offer good image quality.

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Veterinary Ultrasound

United Medical Instruments, Inc. (UMI) presents the Terason uSmart line of ultrasound systems to the veterinary market. The uSmart 3200T and 3300 represent the best combination of value and performance when you consider the standard setting 2D imaging, two portable formats engineered with a doctor in mind for ease-of-use and the industry-best 5 year warranty that includes remote access by tech support and next-day loaner provided at no charge when service is necessary.

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Women's Health Ultrasound

Physicians who are interested in utilizing ultrasound to focus on women’s health rely on ultrasound for a variety of clinical applications including breast, OB/GYN, and fertility.  With portable ultrasound systems becoming the leading market tool,  physicians have a many systems to choose from depending on budget and system functionality requirements.

Women's Imaging Applications:

  • Breast Imaging
  • Fetal Assessments
  • Pelvic Examinations
  • Uterine Screenings

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