A look at a great (or not-so-great) portable ultrasound machine
A quick personal note: this video was originally dedicated to an Emergency Room Physician. Last month, he purchased a MicroMaxx from me and had a request. I wanted to honor that request by dedicating a portion of this video to him... however, I cut the actual dedication. The dedication, or tribute, was the result of his suggestions for my "next video review."
He said he wants more explosions.
The problem? It has nothing to do with the review... but more importantly it was taking a lot of time... Rest assured to the many who have requested for more explosions, I will get an extended version out that will include a final cut of some sort of explosion and a special surprise for the ER physician.
A Brief summary of the MicroMaxx ultrasound review...
This ultrasound review covers the MicroMaxx, and what type of physician should buy it, such as an Emergency Department physician or anesthesiologist. Some will love it. Others... well... they will appreciate its durability when they throw it down and stomp on it. The MicroMaxx is best for specific markets... and that may not include you... I speak particularly from its usability factor. I put some visual examples in the video, and you'll see that work habits and overall techno-phobic tendencies are key factors in deciding on the MicroMaxx.
What's not included in the video? Some of the more minor frustrations I've had with it. The way it does cine loops and various other settings can be quite annoying at first... but that's certainly not a unique trait. There are ways to make changes to some quirks, but others are uneditible (annoying). With this in mind, the trade-off is that you get a lot of unique benefits that are a lifesaver to some situations... including techno-phobic doctors.
Over the years, I've had a lot of happy MicroMaxx customers... but that's because their environment and work-habits. When the environment is right, this thing is fantastic. But this is one of those machines that you really don't want to make a mistake in buying.
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