Vevo 3100 Ultrasound Microimaging

image of ultrasound equipment bench

From a Vevo770 to a Vevo2100 in 2014, to a Vevo3100 in 2019. This ultrasound microimaging system can be used for cardiovascular studies, tumour imaging and volumetric calculations, and contrast enhanced imaging with microbubbles. The new solid-state array transducers allows higher frame-rate acquisitions (up to 740 fps), a resolution down to 30 micron, and wider field of view.

  • Frequencies from 13-56 MHz

  • High-temporal resolution

  • Nonlinear contrast imaging

  • VevoStrain Analysis software for cardiac research


To the Node

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To NIF Central

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