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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.
We’ve gone to great lengths to ensure the MobiUS SP1 is quick to learn and simple to operate.
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.
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
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