Ex-Demo Siui Apogee 1000 Lite with Microconvex Probe
This particular machine is less than one year old and has been used for two exhibitions only. Comes with a brand new microconvex probe, which will be ordered in for you on the day you make your purchase – so please allow 7 working days for arrival of your new probe.
This is an advanced Colour Doppler ultrasound system. Its colour board means that it delivers superior 2D black and white imaging, but can also be used for advanced work such as looking at blood flow and perfusion.
For international clients, please note that displayed pricing is inclusive of VAT (tax). If you are based outside of the UK or European Union, your pricing from us will be 20% lower.
£7,200.00 (incl. VAT)
The Siui Apogee 1000 Lite is the perfect solution for the small animal practice, private clinic, mobile vet, or for moving between satellite branches. Slim and lightweight, it houses the very latest technology.
- Colour Doppler
- 15″ LCD tilting monitor
- Detachable battery – up to 6 hours of mobile scanning time
- Splash proof
This particular machine is less than one year old and has been used for two exhibitions only. It is currently in stock with a linear probe, so we would order a microconvex probe in for you brand new. Please allow 7 working days for arrival of your brand new probe.
This thyroid scan below may not look very interesting, but actually, it tells you a lot. Look how the Colour coding is confined so precisely to the vessels. Siui have got their filters and 2D/colour coding sensitivity absolutely spot on with this model:
Remember that any given pixel can be coded in greyscale as tissue, or coded in colour if flow is detected. To make matters more complicated, tissue can also move (the pulsatile nature of arteries, or the contraction of the myocardium, for example), so the scanner has to also filter out high amplitude movements and be sure not to code these as blood flow. This is why so many systems struggle with colour flow, erroneously coding the pixels of surrounding tissue as colour. Again, the Apogee 1000 Lite gets it absolutely right.
Pulsed Wave Doppler: