Siemens - Ultrasound Scanner - Acuson Juniper
Non Technical and Terms
- Pricing - Prices are for products only, (excludes installation, training, customs fees, shipping etc.)
- Pricing Incoterm 2020 - EXW
- Warranty - 12 Months
- Shipping - CIP
- Delivery - Siemens Healthineers will manage airfreight or most suitable transportation method to a single Borrower country airport (Incoterm CIP). Final cost and details of shipping can be provided once the end-user location is known.
- Training - May be possible to provide within contract. If a local contract might be necessary, and Siemens Healthineers will assist.
- Service -Maybe possible to provide within contract. Else, a local contract might be necessary, and Siemens Healthineers will be glad to assist.
- Lead Times - 4 - 8 weeks for small quantities Large quaintly lead times to be confirmed on receipt of ROI.
- Advanced Payment - 40% on confirmed order
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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.