vascular Vascular Access Arterial Fistula Portable Ultrasound Systems

Select an ultrasound machine for vascular access imaging below to see the detailed system specifications and transducer probe types available.

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 SonoScape E1

mindray dp 50  

Mindray DP50

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GE Logiq e

DP 30  

Mindray DP30

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 Mindray Z5

M7 large  

Mindray M7
edan U50 Prime edition

 Edan U50 Prime

Mindray Z6 portable ultrasound machine

 Mindray Z6

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Whale P5

vascular icon   Portable ultrasound is capable of obtaining vascular images and measuring blood flow velocity in the carotid artery, abdominal aorta, and the vessels of kidneys, arms, and legs. Portable ultrasound can be used to detect blockages in arteries, blood clots in veins, or an abdominal aortic aneurysm. The abnormalities in blood flow are usually examined using different Doppler techniques. 

Additionally, the speed and direction of blood flow may be color coded into a color map. Duplex Doppler techniques show both the vessels and the surrounding tissue. Portable ultrasound may also be used to assist in vascular access; such as PICC or midline catheters. 
Portable ultrasounds for vascular applications depend on good Doppler sensitivity and workflow. Image quality and performance is strongly correlated with price-point.

reimbursement icon small Vascular Ultrasound CPT Codes

Please contact UDS and allow our staff to recommend the best unit for your clinical setting.