Healcerion - Ultrasound Scanner - Sonon 300C
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Lead Time - 10 days - updated on order confirmation
- Pricing basis - Ex works (excludes shipping and inspection)
- Incoterm (2020) - CIP (shipped by air)
- Training - Online
- Warranty - 12 months
- Advance Payment - 40%
Healcerion provides new customers with online application training and maintenance training for engineering staff for an additional cost. This training attracts a one-off cost for each training session, but multiple personnel can attend each session.
All products are serviced from Healcerion’s Head Office in Seoul, Korea, and they do not have in-country service agents. Service, including any repairs and maintenance during the warranty period will be provided by Healcerion remotely. They offer a 24/7 service desk and most problems can be fixed within 12 hours of the problem being reported to Healcerion. If a product needs replacing, the replacement is delivered within 7 days. Post-warranty service can be contracted by the Borrower country and is provided by Healcerion.
User and service manuals will be provided with each piece of equipment. The manuals are available in English, French and Spanish. The borrower country needs to nominate the language for the hardcopy manual at the time the order is placed.
Healcerion Co., Ltd (www.healcerion.com) is a manufacturer of Sonon wireless ultrasound equipment with its head office in Seoul, Korea and offices in California, USA and Bristol, England. The company offers a range of ultrasound products and offer two products from that range in the BFP offer
Diagnostic medical ultrasound imaging uses high-frequency sound waves to create video images of the inside of the body. These images are used for assessing the structure and function of organs, for investigating gynecologic abnormalities, and for fetal profiling. Ultrasound scanners transmit short bursts of sound into a patient's body and analyze the returning echoes to determine their amplitude, the depth of the reflecting structures, and the direction from which the echoes are returning. This information is processed and then used to generate video images that can be viewed live or recorded and played back.
Point-of-Care (POC) ultrasound machines can be cart-based, laptop-based, or handheld. Therefore, they all have a small footprint and can be easily moved around a healthcare facility. POC ultrasound is often used by a treating physician at an office or the patient’s bedside, as opposed to the patient being referred to an imaging specialist. They also offer a variety of optional application-specific transducers: curved linear-array transducers, primarily used for abdominal and obstetric applications; flat linear-array transducers, primarily used for superficial and vascular applications; sector—also referred to as phased—transducers, primarily used for cardiac applications.