Healcerion's Sonon 300L. Image courtesy of Healcerion.
Debuted at multiple radiology conferences in 2016, the handheld diagnostic imaging device uses a paired tablet or smartphone to display ultrasound scans in an easy-to-use interface, according to the company. Its cost is estimated at less than one-tenth that of traditional ultrasound machines.
Its various features include a rechargeable battery with three-hour battery life, Wi-Fi connectivity, and DICOM and PACS compatibility.
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