Last December, KPI Healthcare and the Negros Occidental Rehabilitation Foundation, Inc. (NORFI) joined forces to hold…
In July 2017,our applications specialist, Zoe Chester, went down to Huanchaco and Trujillo, Peru with Hope International.
Today, over 500 million people are estimated to be affected by liver disease including fibrosis, cirrhosis, and cancer.
Ultrasound saves lives every year and as medical dealers, we know we have a responsibility to support our fellow healthcare workers!
We just completed a week-long photoshoot for our 2017 company brochure, and what a blast that was! We absolutely can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on.Let’s take a look at what went on behind the scenes…
Behind every ultrasound equipment exists a significant investment. The care and maintenance given to these delicate machines should be reflected accordingly.
GE sells more of the Logiq P5 Premium than any other model in production around the world. Why is this 10-year-old ultrasound system so popular and still in production today?
When operating ultrasound equipment, it is crucial to ensure that it is properly set up within your office. Not only will this help protect your investment, but it will also keep you and your patients safe.
A portable revolution in the ultrasound world is currently happening, and it is shaping the future of healthcare.
“Golden hour” care is saving more lives, workflow efficiency is improving, and patient throughput and satisfaction is reaching new heights.
The GE Logiq P5 Premium is not the newest or the most advanced ultrasound machine, but it does support an astounding range of transducers, and many features which is rare for this price range.
Looking for the perfect ultrasound machine can be a daunting task, and very time consuming. With all types of models, brands, and features available out there, where does someone even begin?
The GE Logiq P5 premium supports an astounding 29 transducers spread across every possible applications. In this blog, we’re listing the top 4 most popular, must-have probes for the economical shared service ultrasound machine, including a side-by-side…
The growth and use of ultrasound technology has been exploding in recent years. As a result, the healthcare industry is perceiving many great benefits such as reduced equipment costs, a wider range of diagnostic applications, and better image quality.
Mammography has been around for a while, but has been the primary way of detecting breast cancer. However, the overall sensitivity of mammograms is about 84%, which means it misses about 16% of breast cancers . Additionally, it may miss over a third of…
KPI Healthcare exhibited for the 5th year in a row at the 2015 MEDICA trade fair in Dusseldorf Germany. MEDICA is the largest medical equipment trade show in the world with nearly 130,000 attendees from over 120 nations.
Half the price of a dual probe system.Deep tissue scanning for abdominal. urological. cardiac. obstetric and pediatric scanning.A single charge provides up to 90 mins of continuous scanning with easy-to-swap batteries.
A mammogram is an exam of the breast that uses x-rays. It can evaluate, and detect changes in the breast. Modern mammography exists since the late 1960s, and over the years, it has played a significant role in the fight against breast cancer.
KPI at the 2014 MEDICA tradefair in Dusseldorf Germany, the largest medical equipment tradeshow in the world.
Physicians have developed a new ultrasound device that aids in the identification of arterial plaque, a risk factor that may cause stroke or heart attack. http://www.medindia.net/news/heart-attack-and-stroke-risk-may-be-detected-via-new-ultrasound-device-135237-1.htm
As the writer of this article eloquently states, “If we are to claim clinical expertise, our knowledge must extend beyond the technical proficiencies and integrate the wisdom needed to interpret these shadows.” – Rory Spiegel MD http://www.medpagetoday.com/EmergencyMedicine/EmergencyMedicine/47598
Ever wonder about the growing number of therapeutic applications of ultrasound in recent years? Here’s a list:http://www.news-medical.net/health/Ultrasound-Therapeutic-Applications.aspx
The scope and potential utility of ultrasound technology goes far beyond that of diagnostic functions. Scientists have recently used it to administer drugs to the brain by controlling the size of molecules entering the blood-brain barrier. http://www.hospimedica.com/critical_care/articles/294754175/acoustic_pressure_helps_deliver_drugs_to_the_brain.html