Fujifilm SonoSite has expanded its point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) product portfolio with the introduction of the new Sonosite ST system to support procedural workflows.
The POCUS system features a new 21-inch all-touchscreen interface and a large 10” by 7.5” image area, auto steep needle profiling and automated setting optimisation for each exam type.
It provides optimised exam types for procedures guided by POCUS, including joint injections in musculoskeletal care, vascular access in emergency medicine and nerve block administration in regional anaesthesia
Proceduralists will be able to access suitable exam types for their procedures quickly with this system and simplify their workflow.
Furthermore, the system features the same transducers that are found in Sonosite PX and Sonosite LX for supporting compatibility across systems.
The ultrasound transducers undergo a drop test from one metre and the work surface is sealed to the edge to make cleaning and disinfection easier.
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Fujifilm Sonosite president and CEO Rich Fabian said: “As the company that invented POCUS, we’ve spent the last 25 years working with clinician customers to innovate and advance the use of ultrasound at the patient bedside.
“That collaboration has once again delivered results in the form of a system designed for proceduralists, something engineered to help them save time, increase confidence and improve outcomes.”
The company supplies bedside and POCUS solutions, along with ultra-high frequency micro-ultrasound technology and has a global distribution network in more than 100 countries across the world.