Making Equine Ultrasound Safe and Affordable For Breeders

In this section of the site, I am going to walk you step-by-step through a simple yet solid work flow on the CTS-3300V and CTS-3300V+ Equine/Bovine Ultrasounds.

Each page will consist of an image of the console and some written notes (and very soon an audio player with added tips and suggestions).

I strongly recommend going through this training at your kitchen table, simply imaging your neck or wrist, and rehearsing the total work flow a dozen times or more, to really get solid on the steps of operating the system itself, before taking it out to work with one of your mares. Think of it as learning to drive a stick-shift car. You want to get the steps mastered, in order, so you can stop worrying about the vehicle and simply enjoy the scenery.

Let’s get started … Work through each of the sections below, in the order they appear, and then go back and review as necessary.


First some preliminaries on setting up your system …

1.) Setting Up Your System
2.) A Few Words on the Probe
3.) Tips on Configuration (coming soon!)


And then two larger sections on the recommended work flow …

Pre-Capture Work Flow (Finding a Good Image)
Post-Capture Work Flow (Processing the Image)



To download a one-page cheat-sheet on the basic work flow, click here. (If clicking the link does not download it to your computer, you may need to right-click the link and choose “Save File As” or “Save Target As” to save the file to your computer’s desktop.)

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