Equine Ultrasound Scanners from Imotek
Ultrasonography in large animals, started with simple pregnancy detection. Today, their use has dramatically increased and now ultrasound systems are used routinely by veterinary professions for imaging the equine patient.
Dedicated presets and probes allow for all anatomical structures to be scanned including:
• Musculoskeletal system: Shoulder, Elbow, Stifle, Tarsus/Metatarsus, Carpus & Fetlock
• Ultrasound Guided Injections (needle guides available)
• Head, Neck & Cervical Facets
• Back, Pelvis & Sacroiliac
• Heart and vascular system
Imotek are pleased to be the UK’s sole supplier for Esaote Veterinary, the global leader in veterinary imaging
Imotek is an established privately owned business formed in 1985. As well as offering a complete and comprehensive range of veterinary ultrasound, Imotek also offers dedicated veterinary MRI systems, video printers, imaging accessories and ultrasound consumables for veterinary applications.
From first contact, to delivery and training of your new ultrasound scanner, you will be dealing with our sales professionals who will help guide you through the sales process, offering advice and recommendations along the way. Imotek offer you one to one consultation on the best veterinary ultrasound scanner and probes to have in your practice.
The dedicated equipment sales team are highly experienced and consequently very rarely do they get asked a question about the equipment they are unable to answer. This level of expertise is derived from hard work and dedication, ensuring their high levels of customer satisfaction are maintained.
Both customer loyalty and a growing customer base is testament to Imotek’s skill and expertise in this specialised market place.
Portable ultrasound for dedicated equine reproduction scanning.
Highly portable equine ultrasound scanner.
The MyLabDelta is a robust, easy to clean system that is both portable and affordable.
Defining a new standard in equine portable ultrasound
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