- Intuitive user interface
An intuitive user interface and streamlined workflow make InnoSight easy to use while reducing the learning curve. The customizable workflow and programmable keys provide a personalized experience.
- Enhanced moblity
At only 2.5 kg, the lightweight, ergonomically designed InnoSight tablet offers enhanced mobility. Wth a battery back up that lasts appoximately 1.5 hours, instantaneous “on”, and advanced connectivity features, InnoSight allows unhindered mobility.
- A flexible system
With InnoSight, you can configure the system according to your needs and preferences. Customize preferred behaviors for imaging, workflow, connectivity, measurements, and more.
- Easy connectivity
InnoSight has Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity for DICOM transfer to hospital PACS, wireless printing, and secondary display. USB connectvity enables users to easily back up and restore patient data to external media. Bluetooth connectivity allows users to connect compatible keyboards for data entry.
- High quality imaging
InnoSight comes equipped with iSCAN, XRES, and SonoCT for enhanced image quality across applications. This helps minimize speckle, enhance signal to noise ratio, and results in a high quality imaging experience.
- Visualize needles prominently
Research suggest that US improves efficacy of peripheral nerve block compared with PNS for nerve localization. Medical research validates that use of ultrasound guidance for regional anesthesia enables higher rate of nerve block success, reduces risk of inadvertent vascular puncture by 60%, increases block duration by 25% and enables 29% faster onset time. Research suggests that ultrasound guidance can reduce the need for CVC placement in 85% of the patient with difficult IV access, thus contributing to less patient morbidity and treatment costs.
- Physical Dimensions – InnoSight tablet
- HD Display
- InnoSight Mobility Cart
- Adjustable Height
118.6 cm to 148.6 cm
- Curved array C6-2
- Linear array L12-4
- Trans Vaginal C9-4v
- Sector array S4-2
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