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Which Ultrasound Gel Viscosity is Best For My Procedure?

Ultrasound gel is used in diagnostic ultrasound to reduce the air between the patient and the transducer to reduce acoustic impedance and reflection to allow for a clear image to be produced. Ultrasound gel viscosity describes the gel’s resistance to flow. As a sonographer, you may have a choice between low, medium, or high viscosity… Read More

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The Next Generation of Acclimate® Gel Warmer is Here

Our newly redesigned Acclimate® Gel Warmers feature an LCD digital display, allowing you to monitor and regulate the temperature (95°F – 105°F). Available for single-use packets, multi-use bottles, and FlexPac®.