Veterinary Ultrasound Equipment

Ultrasound is the second most popular veterinary imaging modality. It offers clear benefits over radiography in certain diagnostic applications, and recent advancements in ultrasound technology are helping DVMs deliver earlier and more accurate diagnoses. With so many ultrasound systems available, it is easy to feel overwhelmed when comparing the options. As with most veterinary modalities, the two basic, primary factors that should guide your purchase decision are your budget and your specific needs.

Although budget is a primary consideration when purchasing ultrasound equipment, most DVMs can reduce the upfront cost by finding a system at a price that fulfills their specific needs. Thanks to recent advancements, veterinary ultrasounds are more versatile and user friendly than preceding models, and they improve diagnostic capabilities due to enhanced image resolution and contrast. Veterinarians who offer ultrasound are able to deliver faster and more accurate diagnoses. With improved clinical results and the ability to treat specialty niches, ultrasound has proven to be a smart investment both clinically and financially.


Both the hardware and software of veterinary ultrasound systems have advanced to offer more versatility and improved diagnostic capability, and have also made acquiring good images much easier. The more complex a user interface is, the less likely the user will be able to adjust and improve images. Be sure to use the system you’re looking at before purchase, assessing how easy it is to adjust and capture images.

But what are some design features of veterinary ultrasound that make the system easy to use?

  • Swivel and tilting large monitors are common in console systems and offer greater comfort for users.
  • Simultaneous Split Screen is a feature DVMs can use to compare images saved from previous evaluations to real-time scanning, thus speeding up the diagnostic process and improving diagnostic accuracy.
  • For busy practices, a feature like GE’s Scan Assistant can customize the scanning protocol program to decreases keystrokes and shortens exam time.
  • “Plug and Play” veterinary presets enable high-quality imaging right out of the box.

Features of Veterinary Ultrasound Equipment

Image resolution

Image optimization software


On-board reporting system,

Needle guidance features

Specialized applications.


Probe: 3.5MHz mechanical sector probe.

Detect Depth(mm): ≥140.

Scan Depth(mm): 120~190, 8 leavels adjustable.

Display Mode: B,B+B,B+M,M.

Annotation: Hospital,name,age,sex.

Image gray scale: 256.

Battery capacity: 2200mAh.

Mainframe power consumption: 13W at non-charging/25W at charging.

Adapter power consumption: 45W.

Prices of Veterinary Ultrasound Equipment

$100.00-$999.00/ Set

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