Ultrasound Machines

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Buying a used ultrasound machine from a reputable medical equipment dealer offers substantial savings over buying new. Our pre-owned ultrasound machines are fully reconditioned and guaranteed to perform at the manufacturers original specifications. We carry a large selection of portable, and fixed ultrasound equipment for performing cardiac, echo, vascular and OB/GYN studies. We carry 2D, 3D and 4D ultrasound machines and probes. Be sure you check our selection of used medical equipment and feel free to call us with any questions.

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Acuson Sequoia 256 Cardiac Ultrasound Machine

Our Price: $1995.00
Compare Price: $24000.00
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HP ImagePoint Hx Ultrasound Machine

Our Price: $995.00
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Philips HDI 5000 Ultrasound Machine New Skin

Our Price: $2995.00
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Toshiba Aplio 50 Ultrasound Machine

Our Price: $2995.00
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Ultrasound Machines Questions & Answers

An ultrasound machine makes images so that organs inside the body can be examined. The machine sends out high-frequency sound waves, which reflect off body structures. A computer receives the waves and uses them to create a picture.
Many years ago, ultrasound technology was a very simple way of viewing organs through sound waves. There was only M-mode. Advancements in technology and medicine have made it possible to now view organs in real time, color, pulse wave, and continuous wave Doppler.
Hospital-grade ultrasound machines cost about $200,000. A simple in-office ultrasound machine can be purchased for as little as $40,000 and refurbished for as little as $20,000.
While most machines are geared for specific specialties, many machines are “shared service,” which means they are capable of being used for a multitude of studies. However, the most advanced technologies are uniquely available in the specialty specific machines.
Larger machines have more functionality. However, in certain applications, portability is a more important consideration.
It is interesting to consider that ultrasound is basically a radar or sonar system, but it operates at speeds that differ from these by orders of magnitude. A typical ultrasound system is almost identical in concept to the phased-array radar systems.