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Portable Ultrasound Bone Densitometer BMD-A3

Short Description:


Testing Bone Density through the 1/3 of Radius and Middle of Tibia.

Main Function: Bone Densitometry is to measure the bone Mineral density or bone strength of the People’s radius and tibia.

It is for Preventing osteoporosis.

High Measurement Accuracy.

Good Measurement Reproducibility.


Hospital outgoing examination.

Hospital wards.

Mobile Inspection.

Physical Examination Vehicle.

Pharmaceutical factory.

Harmacy and Health Care Products promotion.

Product Detail


Product Tags

Main Function

Densitometry is a measure of the bone density or strength of the radius and tibia in a person. This is a good way to prevent osteoporosis.

It is an economic solution for evaluating the risk of osteoporotic fracture. Its high accuracy assists in the first diagnosis of osteoporosis monitoring bone changes. It provides fast, convenient and easy-to-use informations on bone quality and fracture risk.



BMD-A3 device is the best choice for hospital pre-discharge examination, ward, mobile examination, physical examination, pharmaceutical, pharmacy, health product promotion.

Measurement Parts: Radius and Tibia.


Operational Principle


Main Feature

● Portable and convenient, flexible movement

● Precision, beautiful

● All dry technology, convenient diagnosis.

● Measurement sites: radius and tibia.

● The measurement process is quick, simple and fast

● High measurement efficiency, short measurement time

● High accuracy of measurement

● Very good reproducibility measurement

● Unique correction system, effective correction system error.

● There are clinical databases in different countries, including: Europe, America, Asia, China

● Strong international compatibility. It measures coverage for people between the ages of 0 and 120. (Children and adults)

English menu and color printer report, easy to operate

●CE, ISO, CFDA, ROHS, LVD, EMC certification

Technical Specifications

image1 Large Scale Integrated circuit

image2 Multi - layer circuit board design

image3 High shielding Multi-point Signal Contact Mode

image4 Precise Mould Manufactured

image5 Famous Brand Embedded Industrial Control Computer

image6 Special Analysis System Based on Different Countries People

Bone Density Testing Results

BMD results can be scored in two ways:

T-value: This means comparing your bone density with that of a healthy young person of the same sex. This score indicates that your bone density is normal, below normal, or indicates a level of osteoporosis.

Here are the interval values for T scores:
●-1 and above: normal bone density
●-1 ~ -2.5: Low bone density, which may lead to osteoporosis
●-2.5 and above: osteoporosis

Z-score: This allows you to compare the bone mass of people of your age, sex and size.
A Z value below -2.0 means you have less bone mass than others your age, which can be due to reasons other than age.


1. BMD-A3 Ultrasound Bone Densitometer Main Unit

2. 1.20MHz Probe

3. Famous Brand Embedded Industrial Control Computer

4. BMD-A3 Intelligent Analysis System

5. Calibrating Module (Perspex sample)

6. Disinfectant Coupling Agent

Note: Printer is optional

One Carton

Size(cm): 46cm×35cm×50cm

G.W.: 13Kgs

N.W.: 6 Kgs

Note: Printer is optional


Densitometry is a measure of the bone density or strength of the radius and tibia in a person. This is to prevent osteoporosis. Human bone mass starts to decline irreversibly from the age of 35. A bone density test, sometimes called a bone density test, tests if you have osteoporosis and measures how much calcium and minerals are in your bones. The more minerals in your bones, the better. This means your bones are stronger, denser and less likely to break. The lower the mineral content, the greater the chance of breaking a bone in a fall. Osteoporosis can happen to anyone.

When you have this disease, your bones become weak. They become more prone to rupture. It's a silent state where you don't feel any symptoms. Without a bone density test, you may not realize you have osteoporosis until you break a bone.


Bone Health(left)                                                                                    Osteopenia(middle)                                                                                    osteoporosis(right)  



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