Whether you are out in the pasture or at the clinic in the stocks, you need an ultrasound that is versatile. From pregnancy diagnosis to injury assessment and everything in between, you can be sure that ReproScan equipment will be a reliable option.
Most veterinarians that are doing equine reproduction prefer the 6.5 MHz linear rectal probe for early pregnancy checks and for scanning and measuring ovarian structures. As the fetus grows, some practitioners prefer to use the 4.0 Convex rectal probe that offers a larger scanning area. During late stages of gestation, a Convex T Handled C60 probe is used transabdominally to evaluate the fetus.
In field Tendon exams can be performed using the ReproScan Flexx with the 7.5 MHz L40 probe often with a standoff.
The Everyday Ultrasound is designed for rural mixed animal practice. You will use the Flexx to improve examinations of every species in the clinic and out on the road.