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<< would be really interested to hear your impressions of it's utility. >>

It takes about 1 day to get used to using it; as Fuma102noted, the probe has a different profile than the standard (Sonosite) linear probe, but that's just a matter of familiarity.

I have used it in every setting that I've used the Sonosite (or any other brand). But having it, literally, on my person at all times is a game-changer for me.

And since this machine is chip-based, this single device takes the place of needing a machine with multiple probes. A single tap converts it from a linear probe to a curvilinear one (for example) and makes changing depth of penetration and fidelity a software (not a hardware) choice.

Remember, each probe for different uses on standard US machines runs (at least) $15,000.


Alan
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