The FDA has recently granted 510(k) clearance to Philips for a range of its devices to be used to manage COVID-19 patients in the U.S. The approved products include the Affiniti series, EPIQ series, Lumify, CX50, and Sparq system. These ultrasound devices are used to monitor and manage patients suffering from COVID-19 complications. This range
iData ResearchPhilips Granted FDA Clearance for Ultrasound Devices to Manage COVID-19 Complications
The FDA has announced approval and authorization of Caption Health‘s AI software, Caption Guidance, to analyze and assist with cardiac ultrasounds (echocardiography). Heart disease kills approximately one out of every four Americans each year according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Electrocardiograms (ECGs), Holter monitors and echocardiograms are most commonly used to identify
iData ResearchFDA Approves AI Software to Capture Heart Images Via Ultrasound
Register to receive a free U.S. Market Report Suite for Medical Imaging Devices – MedSuite report synopsis and brochure Hitachi Healthcare Americas demonstrated its latest technologies at ASE 2018 in Nashville, TN on June 23rd – 25th. Committed to delivering solutions that help providers meet new challenges, Hitachi’s bed-to-the-report workflow sets a new standard for integrated solutions.
iData ResearchHitachi Healthcare Americas Unveiled the Latest in Cardiovascular Ultrasound and Reporting at ASE 2018
Register to receive a free U.S. Market Report Suite for Medical Imaging Devices – MedSuite report synopsis and brochure SuperSonic Imagine, a company specializing in ultrasound medical imaging, announced that the Aixplorer® and Aixplorer® Ultimate ultrasound diagnostic systems have received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as aids to clinical management of patients
iData ResearchAixplorer® and Aixplorer® Ultimate Ultrasound Diagnostic Systems Receive 510(k) Clearance