Improved ergonomics and better reproducible cardiac ultrasound images
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Monitor the heart for longer periods of time, thanks to a stable fixation to the body.
Enable a highly reproducible image by the perfect positioning of the probe.
Execute your examination fully focused to deliver the best possible care.
Reduce the time you manually hold the probe and sit in an awkward position.
During stress echo exercise on bicycle or treadmill ProbeFix provides continuous monitoring possibilities and better reproducibility of the images.
Diagnostic ultrasound procedures
Monitor the heart for longer periods of time, because of a stable fix to the body.
Enable a highly reproducible image by the perfect stable position of the probe.
Cardiac output monitoring
Cardiac output monitoring can be done in a non invasive and high quality visual way.
- Philips S5-1
- Philips S4-2
- Philips X5-1
- GE M5Sc
- GE M3Sc
- GE 4Vc
- Siemens P4-2
- Esaote PA-230E
- SonoSite P19
- More on request
How I do it feasibility of a new ultrasound probe fixator to facilitate high quality stress echocardiography
Authors: O. A. E. Salden, W. M. van Everdingen, R. Spee, P. A. Doevendans & M. J. Cramer
Institutes: Netherlands Heart Institute, Central Military Hospital, University Medical Centre Utrecht and Máxima Medical Centre
The use of a probe stabilizer to reduce musculoskeletal overload of ultrasound operators in routine diagnostic echocardiographic imaging
Authors: Sjoerd Bouwmeester, Marloes de Kleijn, Jan van Wijngaarden, Patrick Houthuizen
Institutes: Catharina Hospital and Deventer Hospital
The Use of an External Ultrasound Fixator (ProbeFix) on Intensive Care Patients (Soundprobe)
Authors: M. J. Blans, F. H. Bosch and J. G. van der Hoeven
Institutes: Rijnstate Hospital and Radboud University
Prof. Thomas Binder, MD PhD
CEO 123sonography GmbH
Consultant and advisor Sono's Safety in the Workplace
Dr Ciprian Albu
Cardiologist St Dimpna, Geel, Belgium
Maarten Jan Cramer
Cardiologist UMC Utrecht
Director REshape Center at the University of Nijmegen
Chief Medical Officer, Royal Philips