Omnisense 7000S Ultrasound Bone Sonometer

• Manufacturer: Sunlight Medical, Israel

Ultrasound

Axially transmitted along bone Dry

• Skeletal application(s): Forearm (other regions pending FDA approval)

• Scan time: Approximately 1 minute

• Precision: 0.4% to 0.8% as the RMS CV, depending on the site

Fig. 13-28. The Sunlight Omnisense™ 7000S. A peripheral quantitative ultrasound device used to measure the radius. Photograph courtesy of Sunlight Medical Ltd., Rehovot, Israel.
Fig. 13-29. The Sunlight Omnisense™ 7000S. A peripheral quantitative ultrasound device used to measure the radius. Shown here in use. Photograph courtesy of Sunlight Medical Ltd., Rehovot, Israel.
Fig. 13-30. The Quidel QUS™-2. A peripheral quantitative ultrasound device used to measure the calcaneus. Photograph courtesy of Quidel Corporation, Mountain View, CA.

• Main unit dimensions: 15.4 x 5.1 x 13 in (39 x 13 x 33 cm)

• Operating environmental temperature: 50° to 95° F (10° to 35°C)

• Operating environmental relative humidity: 30 to 75%, noncondensing

• Quality control: Calibration free. Daily system verification with phantom required.

• Operation: IBM-compatible computer with Windows 95 interface, 14-in CRT monitor, mouse or trackball, printer

• Accessories provided:

System quality verification phantom Aquasonic® Clear® Ultrasound Gel

• Options: Flat panel display

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