At Image Monitoring, we take pride in our collaborations with world-class OEMs that share our vision of making a genuine difference in people’s lives. That is why we proudly provide exceptional vascular testing equipment in South Carolina, to help the paramedics’ in delivering the best facilities and equipment to ensure optimal healthcare for patients with vascular diseases.

What is a Vascular Test?

Vascular ultrasound is a noninvasive test that demonstrates to doctors how blood flows in your arms, neck, and legs. It creates detailed images by using high-frequency sound waves. These sound waves travel through your blood vessels and soft tissues and produce echoes, which computers convert into videos or images.

About Falcon Vascular

Falcon’s peripheral vascular equipment is a cutting-edge diagnostic system that will far exceed your expectations. It is incredibly simple to use and can be controlled by a cursor, remote control, touchpad, or footswitch. The user has complete control over the system including protocols, reports, the screen, and warnings. Also, everything is recorded automatically making Falcon models perfect for a laboratory, hospital, or private clinic.

IMUSA: Leading Distributor of Falcon Pro Vascular Equipment in South Carolina

Image Monitoring USA is a leading supplier of medical equipment in South Carolina. Our vascular diagnosis systems are the most advanced, innovative, and simple and efficient to operate. Therefore, if you are looking for a cutting-edge vascular equipment for your hospital or laboratory; do not search anymore because we are available in all SC areas.


Dillon County

Lee County

Darlington County

Florence County

Aiken County


Fort Mill

North Augusta







St. Andrews

Wade Hampton


PVD (peripheral vascular disease) is a slowly progressive circulatory disorder. It can be caused by disease in any of the blood vessels other than the heart, as well as diseases of the lymph vessels (the arteries, veins, or lymphatic vessels).

Your vascular ultrasound is performed by ultrasound technologists who have received specialized training in ultrasound testing.

This test may be performed to assist your healthcare provider in diagnosing:

  • Clots form in the blood.
  • Carotid or peripheral artery disease.
  • Chronic venous occlusion.
  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
  • Aneurysm of the extracranial carotid artery.
  • Vascular disorder.
  • Varicose veins.

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