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Capturing Ultrasound Images at Diagnostic Center
A large American health center in New Orleans specializes in delivering diagnostic ultrasound services. It carries out thousands of scans and ultrasound imaging services are hugely beneficial to patients. The center provides renal, pelvic and abdominal ultrasound examinations, aortic aneurism screening as well as pregnancy scans. For a variety of ultrasound examinations it uses diagnostic imaging equipment by GE Healthcare. Its fully-featured ultrasound solutions are used in combination with VGA2USB frame grabber devices from Epiphan Systems as an advanced image quality system.
VGA2USB used with GE ultrasound systems allows for immediate capturing high-quality images via VGA output during scanning. The ultrasound images are transferred to a computer using a standard USB port to satisfy your needs. VGA2USB is a standalone solution fully integrated in the existing diagnostic systems.
Ultrasound imaging is a fast and radiation-free method of diagnostics. It plays a principal role in the diagnosis, detection and treatment of heart attack, heart disease, vascular disease and acute stroke. Ultrasound imaging is used to guide biopsy of breast cancer and image the breasts.
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