SonoEyes

The new era of mixed-reality ultrasound

CE Mark

Incremed AG received the CE mark approval for SonoEyes in May 2021

Ergonomic Virtual Screen

Hasty set-up of point-of-care ultrasound examinations or crowded operating rooms can often result in inadequate ultrasound screen positions. SonoEyes, together with a head-mounted display, enables clinicians to freely position a virtual screen close to the patient without the restrictions of cables and physical objects. The virtual screen can be configured to follow your gaze, thus keeping the sonogram in line of sight with the patient. In addition to improving the ergonomics of the clinical work environment, SonoEyes can benefit patients by reducing needle insertion time and leading to more successful interventions.

A medical practitioner wearing a HoloLens is looking at the virtual screen provided by SonoEyes.

Hands-free, Easy-to-use and Intuitive

The latest generation of head-mounted displays allows comfortable and continuous use of SonoEyes. No keyboard or other input devices are required; SonoEyes listens to your voice or can be controlled with simple hand gestures. The ultrasound image is transmitted in real-time and via Wi-Fi. SonoEyes is compatible with most commercially available ultrasound devices. Ultrasound made easy – across many specialties and levels of training, from medical student to professor.

A medical practitioner wearing a HoloLens can see a holographic ultrasound image of a patient's wrist and a holographic button in the field of view.

The Future of Mixed-Reality Ultrasound

To truly provide sonographic vision to clinicians, the ultrasound image has to be projected at the anatomical position inside the patient. This will augment point-of-care ultrasound solutions to be even more lightweight, portable, and flexible. In-situ ultrasound will also be of great interest to trainees, as it can deepen their spatial understanding and assist them in studying anatomical positions and planes.

A medical practitioner looking at the holographic ultrasound image of a patient's wrist.

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Take your ultrasound exams and guided procedures to the next level.