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Heart Week and the Dangers of Faulty Cardiac Probes

Heart Week and the Dangers of Faulty Cardiac Probes

One life lost every 12 minutes. This is the distressing reality of heart disease in Australia. One in four overall deaths are attributed to cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), to which men are 40% more likely to die than women. As you read this, three quarters of our...

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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

Have you been eggs-periencing interference on your ultrasound images? We’d be egg-static to help out! ProbeLogic is here with all your ultrasound solutions, whether it be repairs, service contracts, lab opportunities, cost-saving consultations, or simply...

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Do the Manufacturer’s Guidelines really matter?

In the fourth and final part of this series, we will discuss the importance of manufacturer’s  cleaning guidelines, and whether these will have a tangible effect on the longevity and quality of your probe’s imaging capabilities. If you have not read the previous...

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Alcohol as a Disinfectant – Why is it bad?

Alcohol as a Disinfectant – Why is it bad?

This is the third instalment in a 4-part series. If you haven’t read the previous post, you can find that here. Picture this; you’ve just completed your 11th scan for the day and your last patient was an absolute nightmare. Your shoulders are stiff, your wrist is sore...

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Common Cleaning Mistakes

Common Cleaning Mistakes

For the second instalment of this series, we will run through the most common mistakes we see customers make when cleaning their probes, and the damage this can result in. If you haven’t read the first part yet, you can find it here. So, what classifies as cleaning?...

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Are you cleaning your probes wrong?

Are you cleaning your probes wrong?

You’ve probably cleaned your transducer a hundred times before. But what if I told you there’s a good chance you’ve been doing it wrong? This is the harsh reality for many customers who bring their transducers in to us for repair. Incorrect cleaning can result in...

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Interesting Damage to Probe Lens

Interesting Damage to Probe Lens

Have you ever seen a transducer with a lens in such bad condition? Hopefully not. As shocking as these photos are, the worst part is that the probe was still in use when they were taken! With lens damage like this, you may not initially notice any difference in your...

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Half-Price Probe Testing!

Half-Price Probe Testing!

Aren’t the Christmas Holidays a magical time of the year? We’ve decided to celebrate by offering half-price testing for the whole of December! Take advantage of this quiet period by having your probes evaluated by world-class technicians....

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Damage to Strain relief

So, you’ve been told that your strain relief requires work. But is it really important? If you have been recommended to repair the strain relief on your probe, it is because we have noticed that it has started to degrade. This usually involves the strain relief...

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