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Jun 22 2018

Smartphone Ultrasound, MobiUS SP1

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Yes, it s on a smartphone where you can call up the future of medicine.

This is a game changer. It’s quick and easy to use. It can expedite diagnosis and guide injections, aspirations and line placements. It’s so affordable that cost need not be a barrier to care. Until now, 60% of the world did not have access to ultrasound. It was too costly or simply not portable enough to get to them. Those days are over.

  • Small and portable
    The MobiUS SP1 System can fit in your pocket and it’s light enough to take anywhere. So you can take imaging to your patient, easily.
  • Easy
    We’ve gone to great lengths to ensure the MobiUS SP1 is quick to learn and simple to operate.
  • Connected
    Images are readily stored in 8 GB capacity and quickly shared from the MobiUS SP1 smartphone ultrasound device via secure Wi-Fi, cellular networks or USB.
  • Affordable
    We’ve put imaging within the economic reach of healthcare professionals – everywhere. Now smaller, more resource-constrained facilities and healthcare teams can offer more complete care.

Display: 4.1″ WVGA (800×480) touch screen

Dimensions: 5.1″ x 2.76″ x 0.4″ (130mm x 70mm x 9.9mm)

Weight: 11.6 oz (includes probe)

Image Resolution: Up to 480×480

Image storage: 8 GB or optional additional storage up to 32 GB

Share Images: Email or USB sync to PC

Network Connectivity: Wi-Fi or cellular

Battery: Continuous scan time over 60 min; Extended Battery: up to 330 min continuous scan time

Supported Transducers:
3.5 and 5.0 MHz — Abdominal, OB/Gyn, guidance procedures
7.5 and 12 MHz — Vascular, guidance procedures, small organs

Primary Care: Abdomen, Aorta, Kidneys, Gallbladder, Thyroid, Soft Tissue, Vascular, Small organs, Implants, Foreign Bodies, Bladder

OB/GYN: Pregnancy confirmation/Dates, Viability, Placenta, Fetal presentation, Ectopic pregnancy, Amniotic Fluid Assessment

Emergency Medicine: FAST exam to detect impact of trauma, Vascular, Small organs, Chest, OB/Gyn, Cardiac

Vascular: DVT evaluation, vascular access and line placement, Carotid

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