Smartphone technology used for portable ultrasound imaging device

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According to US company Mobisante, more than 70 percent of the world’s population are without access to ultrasound devices, usually because they are too expensive and not portable enough. However, with the recently launched MobiUS — a smartphone-based ultrasound imaging system — they hope to offer a convenient and affordable solution. The MobiUS device and abdominal probe are designed to allow medical professionals to take ultrasound images and videos wherever they are, and share information with remote providers via a mobile or wifi network. Measuring 5.1” by 2.75” the device can fit into a pocket, however a version compatible with…

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