We have 2 of them. They image well especially the calf veins and
superficial veins that you need to map. They are very portable but have a
long boot up time which is supposed to be cut in half with the new software
that is being released this month. Knobology is different from what you are
used to but once you learn it you'll be happy with it.
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> From: Carol Winters [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Thursday, May 15, 2003 9:21 PM
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> Subject: Re: Sonoline
> are you referring to the Siemens Antares? I just did a second demo of
> that machine in my lab. It is a good all around machine, in other words
> it is not just limited to being good at vascular or abdomen, but is good
> for both. The only thing is that the keyboard will take some getting used
> to(multiple functions per button with no markings to let you know what
> each one does.) That aside, I am pretty sure we are going to purchase 2
> of them.
> Hope I was of some help.
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