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  • Sonosite M Turbo veterinary ultrasound scanner
  • Equine image of MSK longitudinal using the Sonosite M-Turbo
  • Equine image of MSK 14CM distal ACB transverse using Sonosite M-Turbo

Sonosite M-Turbo veterinary ultrasound scanner

M-Turbo is a compact ultrasound imaging system from SonoSite, featuring the image quality and functionality needed to meet your diverse needs

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M-Turbo is a compact ultrasound imaging system from SonoSite, featuring the image quality and functionality needed to meet your diverse needs.

Ideal for the general practitioner looking to do more advanced cardiac and vascular exams.

  • More processing power than MicroMaxx – the next step up in image quality
  • 5 year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Mains or battery powered so can be used anywhere, anytime
  • Able to upgrade from standard black and white system to high quality Colour/Doppler in future 
  • Large range of probes for all applications.
  • Quick start up in just 12 seconds.

M-Turbo support video series

View the full 7 support videos here

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For a small animal applications the C11x 5-8 MHz 11mm radius micro-convex probe, provides a one probe solution – buy a M-Turbo with a C11x probe and you can scan cats to medium/ large dogs, abdomen, cardiac, ocular, tendons and the occasional rabbit.

Abdominal imaging using the C11x 5-8 MHz micro-convex probe is also to a very high standard. It gives high resolution images of kidneys, pancreas and adrenal glands at a high quality.

You can run the cardiac package and Doppler on the C11x 5-8 MHz micro-convext probe. This allows you to measure adrenal flow, abdominal vessels and can do a good quality echo with Colour Doppler.

If you then look at adding a second probe a phased array such as P10x 4-8 MHz or P21x 1-5 MHz, will provide you with even more improved cardiac imaging, with higher frame rates and the capability to include Continuous Wave and TDI.

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