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Special Offer on GE M12L ultrasound probe

GE M12L ultrasound probe: September Special price $850

The GE M12L ultrasound probe is a wide-band linear 1.25D matrix array transducer beneficial for small parts imaging.

Key information about the GE M12L ultrasound probe:

  • Compatible Ultrasound Systems: GE Logiq 7, 9, E9, S6, Vivid 7, Vivid 7 Expert, and Vivid 7 Pro
  • Bandwidth: 13-5 MHz
  • Type of Array: Linear
  • Application: Small Parts, Vascular, Pediatric, Neonatal

Multi-Medix: Specialists in Ultrasound 

Multi-Medix offers new and refurbished probes, as well as the GE M12L. Our used probes have undergone extensive testing to verify their condition in our ISO 13485-2016 certified lab and are supplied with a 180-day warranty.

Click here to see one of our M12L ultrasound probes on DOTmed.

Follow our store on DOTmed to receive regular information on our monthly special offers. 

Or contact us directly for more information – pictures, test reports, compatibility, latest prices, and shipping info. Customer care is of utmost importance and our professional team and highly trained technicians will provide effortless personal service. We aim to meet your needs 100% to maximise your ultrasound system availability.

Why choose Multi-Medix?

Multi-Medix are specialists in ultrasound, offering a range of independent multi-brand services, at affordable prices. Multi-Medix successfully supports OEM multi -vendor service, independent service organisations and biomedical engineers to deliver best in class service. Last year we provided 1500 quality repairs in over 30 countries world-wide

  • Quality – ISO 13485:2016 certified
  • Independence
  • Experienced staff
  • Multi-Brand Repair
  • Probe Loan Pool
  • IAMERS Member
  • DOTmed 100 certified

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Transvaginal ultrasound probe: Special Offer on GE IC5-9-D

The GE IC5-9-D is a transvaginal ultrasound probe that is used for Endocavity, OB/GYN and Urology applications and exams.

Always in stock for our customers, the IC5-9-D transvaginal ultrasound probe is one of the our best selling probes.

We offer new and refurbished probes. Our used probes have undergone extensive testing to verify their condition in our ISO 13485-2016 certified lab and are supplied with a 180-day warranty.

In June we have a special offer available on refurbished GE IC5-9-D

$1650

Follow our store on DOTmed and follow our monthly special offers. 

Click here to see an IC5-9-D ultrasound probe on the Multi-Medix trade show booth on DOTmed.

Or contact us directly for more information – pictures, test reports, compatibility, latest prices, and shipping info. Customer care is of utmost importance and our professional team and highly trained technicians will provide effortless personal service. We aim to meet your needs 100% to maximise your ultrasound system availability.

Key information about the GE IC5-9-D:

  • Frequency range of 3.7 to 9.3MHz.
  • Compatible Ultrasound Systems: GE Voluson E6, E8, E10,  E9 with XDClear 2.0, Logiq S8, GE Logiq S8 XDClear 2.0, Logiq S7, Logiq E9, Logiq E9 with XDClear, Vivid E9, Vivid e90, and Vivid e95
  • Bandwidth: 10-4 MHz
  • Type of Array: Linear
  • Application: Endocavity

Why choose Multi-Medix?

Multi-Medix are specialists in ultrasound, offering a range of independent multi-brand services, at affordable prices, to support Hospitals, Healthcare Professionals, Business’s and Veterinarians.

  • Quality – ISO 13485:2016 certified
  • Independence
  • Experienced staff
  • Multi-Brand Repair
  • Probe Loan Pool
  • IAMERS Member
  • DOTmed 100 certified

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Multi-Medix Ultrasound Probe Test Tool – the Biomed’s “Dog Tag” US

The evolution of field based probe testing – Using your Multi-Medix Probe Test Tool

“A paper clip was designed to hold paper together – the Multi-Medix Probe Test Tool is designed to test ultrasound probes in the field, helping engineers identify gross defects”.

Shaped liked a US Army “dog tag”, the Multi-Medix ultrasound probe test tool allows field engineers to test probes effectively. The test tool is being distributed, free of charge, to everyone registering for the Multi-Medix USA ultrasound probe testing webinarsRead on to find out how to the tool enables engineers to achieve consistent probe test results AND find 100% of gross faults in the field.

From paperclip to “dog tag”

Biomeds & clinical engineers may be familiar with the “paper clip” test. In 1989, Goldstein demonstrated in a research paper that this household object can test a linear array on an ultrasound probe. However, it does have it’s shortcomings:

Paper Clip vs “Dog Tag”

USING A PAPER CLIP TO TEST A PROBE USING THE MULTI-MEDIX TEST TOOL TO TEST A PROBE
Inconsistency: Comes in different shapes & sizes, and can be coated in plastic therefore can produce differing results Consistency: One shape & size so that results are consistent.
Inaccessible: Cannot always be found Accessible: Can be attached to a keyring or lanyard
Not fit for purpose: paperclips can be “fiddly” and awkward to use when testing probes Designed by biomeds: the test tool is  ergonomically shaped and has been trailed in the field so that it is fit for purpose
Interpretation – see below Instruction – see below

 

The probe test tool was created by Darren Woolley, Operations Director at Multi-Medix & Dr Nick Dudley, Research Director at Multi-Medix. Their peer reviewed research paper is available to see here: A simple uniformity test for ultrasound phased arrays – Physica Medica 32-2016

Interpretation vs Instruction

Though research showed that a paperclip could test a probe, it did not explain how to do this. Without one consistent process, field engineers may create varying methods of probe testing with differing results. The Multi-Medix test tool forms part of a suggested best practise for field testing probe, demonstrated in our webinar.

Multi-Medix has an ongoing programme of research and development into ultrasound physics and probe safety. At the heart of our company is the strong commitment to share this knowledge through our free webinars.

 

FREE training webinar:

Using your Multi-Medix Test Tool, hosted by its inventor, Darren Woolley. 

A short, 20 min instructional webinar that will demonstrate how to use your “dog tag” effectively, enabling you to find 100% of gross defects in the field.

Log on to watch live or “on demand” via our Online Knowledge Portal

April 15th, 2021   2.30pm EST

Register here

 

Multi-Medix are specialists in ultrasound. We have a scientific background and have worked as biomeds ourselves in hospitals and clinics around the world. We understand what a biomed needs and can help you get your ultrasound system working again.

Try our hassle free probe repair and see our lab to find out why even the OEMs use us.

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Multi-Medix Webinars: Ultrasound Probe Testing for Biomeds

This month, sees the start of a FREE webinar series in ultrasound probe testing by Multi-Medix. Each session lasts 30 mins and provides the audience a “bitesize” opportunity to learn some tricks and tips from the “specialists in the ultrasound”.

WEBINAR PROGRAMME

(available live and “on demand”)

 

Webinar No1:

“FirstCall : What no one ever told you” 

Get the most from FirstCall results, why it is not obsolete, and how to replicate results for $1

Thursday 25th March: 2.30pm EST

 

Webinar No2:

“Replicating FirstCall results, without the need for a FirstCall”

Instant results, wherever you are with your Multi-Medix Probe Test Tool

Thursday 15th April: 2.30pm EST

 

Webinar No3:

“Advanced Quick testing of a Phased Array Probe”

Using your Multi-Medix Probe Test Tool to get rapid results

Thursday 22nd April: 2.30pm EST

 

The webinars will be delivered by Darren Woolley, the company’s Technical Director: “When we run face to face courses, it’s often the little hints and tricks that stay with delegates the most. Between all the staff at Multi-Medix we have decades of experience & scientific research, which we want to share through informal, “bitesize” webinars”.

“We are especially pleased to be able to demonstrate our ultrasound test tool as part of the webinars. The tool enables Biomeds to identify dead elements.  The test tool is portable – it’s like a “dog tag” and can be attached to a lanyard or keyring, so Biomeds can have it to hand at all times”.

The probe test tool is being given FREE to all those that register for the webinar series.

If you have any further questions, we’d be happy to answer them.  Please contact email us at info@multi-medix.com

About Multi-Medix

The Multi-Medix team are built on the foundations of Clinical Scientists, Clinical Technologists, and experienced business leaders, who are passionate about quality, customer service, value for money, and patient safety.

Multi-Medix are ISO 13485:2016 certified.

Want we find out more? See what we do here: video of ultrasound probe repair lab

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Ultrasound Probe repair lab video & virtual lab tour

Take a look inside the Multi-Medix probe repair facility.

Multi-Medix is proud of its ISO 13485-2016 probe repair lab. It has been repairing probes for nearly a decade, to the highest standard. This video shows our ultrasound probe repair facility in action.

We understand customers like to see a probe repair facility before they send their probe to Multi-Medix. Many companies claim to do their own probe repair but your probe instead gets sent to an unknown lab with unknown standards of repair.

At Multi-Medix, we encourage you to see the processes, equipment and expertise that are key to providing our high quality in house probe repair. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the facility has been open fully, repairing probes for customers worldwide. However we have been unable to invite customers to see for themselves what sets our lab apart from others.

Let our latest probe repair lab video introduce you to how Multi-Medix undertakes ultrasound probe repair. We also offer video calls and tours, allowing you meet our staff and ask specific questions about your probe repair needs.

If you would like to arrange an virtual tour of the lab contact us today. We look forward to meeting you.

About Multi-Medix

The Multi-Medix team are built on the foundations of Clinical Scientists, Clinical Technologists, and experienced business leaders, who are passionate about quality, customer service, value for money, and patient safety.

Multi-Medix are ISO 13485:2016 certified.

For more information, visit multi-medix.com

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Multi-Medix continues to grow its team

Multi-Medix continues to grow it's team, picture of Jen Riner, new Managing Director of Multi-Medix Inc

Multi-Medix Inc Continues to grow it’s the team and welcomes a new Managing Director.

Multi-Medix continues to grow its team and is delighted to welcome Jen Riner as Managing Director of Multi-Medix Inc.

Jen has extensive ultrasound experience that spans almost two decades, previously holding senior positions at both Probo and Trisonics.

Multi Medix are proud to have her on board and look forward to working with her. She will be working out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where the direct contact telephone number is 888-820-6003.

You can follow Multi-Medix Inc on LinkedIn.

 

 

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Global interest in the Ultrasound Rainbow Probe Badge

As Medical Ultrasound Month #MUAM and the launch of our User QA Manual approaches, we thought it would be timely to take a look back over the last few months.

In the spring when Covid-19 was declared a worldwide pandemic, healthcare systems across the globe came under serious strain. Many did not realise how ultrasound imaging became a key diagnostic tool to identify Covid-19 in patients.  However, as an ultrasound company we felt a sense of responsibility to make sure the ultrasound community was recognised, and thanked.   Thus, the “Ultrasound Rainbow Probe” badge was manufactured as a symbol of thanks, but also to recognise how hard the community strived to maintain patient care and quality.

We have now sent badges out over 7500 pin badges, to the United States of America, Brazil, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, Zambia, Ghana, Kenya, the Philippines, Malaysia, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and all the way to Australia to name but a few countries. The response and enthusiasm towards the Rainbow Probe badge have been amazing, and some of the pictures we have received have been heart-warming.

As a further thank you, we have written an Ultrasound Quality Assurance Manual.  It aims to provide clear information and practical guidelines for implementing ultrasound QA, and will be distributed from November 2020.

If you would like a badge please click here http://multi-medix.com/ultrasound-rainbow-probe-pin-badge/

United Lincoln Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr. Harnoor Singh Manesh (left), Dr. Isha (middle), Dr. Sumandeep Kaur Grewal (right), from Grewalz Health Care Sangrur, Punjab, India

Kristen, a vascular technologist from, Pennsylvania USA, with her team of fellow ultrasound technicians

As a further thank you, we have written an Ultrasound Quality Assurance Manual.  It aims to provide clear information and practical guidelines for implementing ultrasound QA, and will be distributed from November 2020.

If you would like a badge or register interest in the QA manual please click here http://multi-medix.com/ultrasound-rainbow-probe-pin-badge/

About Multi-Medix

The Multi-Medix team are built on the foundations of NHS Clinical Scientists, Clinical Technologists, and experienced business leaders, who are passionate about quality, customer service, value for money, and patient safety.

Multi-Medix are ISO 13485:2016 certified by BSI under certificate number MD 677953.

For more information, visit multi-medix.com

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ISO 13485:2016 Ultrasound specialists you can trust

Multi-Medix is proud to say that it has been formally audited by the BSI and maintained its ISO 13485:2016 certified status – for the third year.

Darren Woolley, Managing Director, thanked all those involved. “Our staff have worked very hard to sustain quality high standards all year. We don’t just aim to meet these standards because an inspection is due. We have created processes and habits for every day”.

What does this quality standard mean to our customers?

Firstly, peace of mind. Our probes are tested and repaired to the highest standards, and can be “tracked and traced” to provide provenance for our medical devices.

Secondly, exemplary service. The inspection required us to survey customers:  100% rated our service delivery standards as good or excellent.

This is further evidenced by the high level of repeat custom Multi-Medix experiences.

“ISO 13485:2016 certification requires significant commitment – it is not an easy benchmark to achieve or maintain. Well done to all involved”