Ultrasound group at the Department of Biomedical Engineering

Infrastructure

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Engineering and Technology

Type of infrastructure

  • Equipment

Description

We have gathered state-of-the-art equipment for ultrasound research. Most importantly, ultrasound scanners such as Philips Medical System Epic 7, ULA-OP and Visualsonics Vevo 2100. Epic 7 is a high-end scanner that facilitates clinical investigations. ULA-OP is a very flexible research scanner, which allows us to control every aspect of ultrasound imaging, e.g., transmit and receive settings. Vevo 2100 is a high-frequency ultrasound system specially developed for imaging of small animals (a spatial resolution down to 30 µm. We have also access to an experimental workshop with a computer controlled flow system for generation of physiological pulsatile flow and high fidelity equipment for characterization of ultrasound fields: broadband hydrophones as well as an optical coherence tomography system and a Schlieren system for direct visualization of ultrasound fields.

Equipment and resources

Clinical Ultrasound scanner EPIQ7
Pre-clinical Ultrasound scanner Visualsonics Vevo 2100
Research Ultrasound Scanner ULA-OP
Computer controlled flow system
High fidelity equipment for characterization of ultrasound fields

Services provided

The infrastructure is participating in Open Lab and Open Door.
All data are generated, stored and transferred locally.

Management of the infrastructure

Steering committee within the department.

Available for loan

Available for loan - internal and external

Terms of access:

Through direct contact with researchers at the department.