Point of Care Ultrasound in modern Hospital - Dr. Herberhold Unna - Karrideo Imagefilmproduktion - Fujifilm Sonosite
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Any Patient. Anywhere. Anytime. SonoSite’s first mission was to create an ultrasound machine that could be carried into battle and used to make time-critical medical decisions under the most grueling conditions imaginable. The concept was simple: get treatment to a trauma victim within the first 60 minutes of being injured by giving a frontline clinician an ultrasound machine that could easily be brought to the patient’s side. It was a concept that had been put into practice for years but with equipment that was anything but easy-to-move. Enter the SonoSite 180. Designed in partnership with point-of-care clinicians, weighing less than 10 lbs and built for the battlefield, the 180 was born for the bedside. For the first time, point-of-care clinicians had a tool built for them that made bringing ultrasound to any patient, anywhere, at any time a possibility. From the beginning SonoSite has been dedicated to empowering clinicians to continue innovating the practice of medicine for the sake of providing better patient care. With more than 100,000 SonoSite machines installed worldwide, we continue to partner with clinicians to bring the benefits of ultrasound to the point-of-care. In April 1998, ATL spun off SonoSite as a separate, public company with a large-company IP portfolio. Between 1998 and 2012, SonoSite created five more ultrasound systems and numerous accessories while advancing its industry-leading technology. By 2012, 70,000 systems had been installed worldwide and the company was represented by 14 subsidiaries and a global distribution network in over 100 countries. SonoSite expanded into the preclinical research market when, in late June 2010, it acquired Canadian company VisualSonics and its ultra high-frequency micro-ultrasound technology. In March 2012, SonoSite became a wholly owned subsidiary of FujiFilm. Since its inception, SonoSite’s lightweight, robust products have created and led the point-of-care ultrasound market. From sophisticated urban hospital emergency departments to clinics in austere, remote villages, SonoSite systems are used by over 21 medical specialties and provide clinicians around the world with a cost-effective tool for improving patient safety and workflow efficiency. SonoSite’s impact on global health was recognized in July 2012 when, as part of the 50th Anniversary of the Seattle World’s Fair, the Washington Global Health Alliance chose to showcase SonoSite’s NanoMaxx® ultrasound system as an outstanding Washington-state innovation that addresses global health concerns. Currently, SonoSite has in excess of 145 patents and holds a number of prestigious design awards. It continues to be the world leader in point-of-care ultrasound.
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