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ACCUTOME Pro B-Scan For Sale

New Accutome B-Scan Pro with Carrying Case, Includes Warranty The B-Scan Pro and B-Scan Pro Vet are the most affordable, portable, high definition B-Scans on the market. The simplified... view more

March 08  
Brian Myrback / GLOBAL DSR
phone: +1 (855) 295-2020

ACCUTOME Pro B-Scan For Sale

The Accutome B Scan Pro comes fully refurbished by an in house trained and certified technician. Each unit is inspected mechanically, optically, and even cosmetically with FREE lifetime phone support... view more

March 06  
Brad Chasnoff / EyeDeal Equipment
phone: +1 (727) 847-3212 x203
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B-Scan equipment is an ultrasound imaging device that is used for medical imaging. It is most commonly used for diagnosing diseases of the eye, such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and retinal detachment. B-Scan equipment is also used to diagnose other conditions, such as tumors, cysts, and vascular diseases. It is a non-invasive procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of the eye.

The price range for B-Scan equipment can vary depending on the type and features of the device. Generally, the cost of a basic B-Scan device can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. Some of the more advanced devices may cost up to several hundred thousand dollars.

There are several manufacturers that make B-Scan equipment, including GE Healthcare, Olympus, and Philips. Each manufacturer has its own line of B-Scan equipment, with different features and capabilities. It is important to research the different models available to ensure that you are getting the best device for your needs.