Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas has debuted PocketPro H2, a new wireless handheld ultrasound device for general imaging in point-of-care applications.
PocketPro H2 is intended for musculoskeletal imaging, pain management, vascular access, and needle guidance applications and was designed to be ergonomic and light, the company said. The system features a user interface that supports one-hand operation for ease of use, as well as 90 minutes of continuous scanning, color and pulsed-wave doppler, a 6 to 12 MHz range, m-mode functions, and customized imaging presets.
In addition, the PocketPro H2 wirelessly connects to most iOS and Android smart devices via a downloadable app for image viewing at the point-of-care and is equipped with on-board patient data management software. The device is fully DICOM-compatible and can link to any vendor PACS, Konica added.
The company has partnered with Healcerion to distribute the PocketPro H2 in the U.S. for human and veterinary applications.