Ultrasound gel is a conductive medium that looks like hair gels and is a mixture of propylene glycerin, glycol, perfume, phenoxyethanol, dyes, or carbapol R-940 polymer. Ultrasound gels make a bond between probe and skin or ultrasound transducers. Ultrasound gel is a coupling agent and a lubricant that helps the sonographer during sonography.
Thanks to technological developments, the use of ultrasound diagnostic ways has increased. This further supports the physician’s accuracy and competency of the ultrasound imaging that helps in the diagnostic procedure. Advanced technologies like echocardiography have grown into a non-invasive imaging tool that is likely to bring lucrative growth opportunities for the global ultrasound conductivity gels market. Furthermore, it is convenient for patients to undergo ultrasound examinations owing to the improved portability of the new ultrasonic devices in SNF or qualified nursing services. Likewise, the MMR report contains a detailed study of factors that will drive and restrain the growth of the ultrasound conductivity gels market.
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