Pleasanton, CA – April 27, 2017 – Interson announced at the American Telemedicine trade show in Orlando Florida, ATA 2017, their newest USB ultrasound arrays for telemedicine has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Interson is the market leader in open-architecture USB ultrasound imaging probes since announcing their first USB ultrasound probe in 2007.
Interson’s new linear array probe and convex array probe enable telemedicine systems to provide ultrasound imaging by simply connecting the ultrasound probe to the USB port on the telemedicine system. The new SiMPLiTM series probes are light weight and handheld. No need to wheel in an ultrasound cart or carry a portable system.The SiMPLi probes provide image quality that every medical professional expects.Real-time performance and excellent image quality are available through a standard USB connection on the telemedicine system.
“These new array probes are plug and play for telemedicine customers as our SiMPLi probes and the telemedicine system providers support UVC. Our SiMPLi probes appear as a connected webcam to the system. Telemedicine can now realize all of the benefits of ultrasound diagnostics without having to connect to a floor standing or cart mounted ultrasound.”Bill Wiedemann, Director Systems Integration
Interson’s open architecture solutions provide the capabilities and features that previously could only be addressed by larger more expensive, proprietary, and closed-architecture ultrasound systems. SiMPLiUSB ultrasound is the smallest, lightest weight, and the most portable ultrasound imaging solution.
Interson Corporation, an ISO certified, privately held corporation located in Silicon Valley, is a leading U.S. manufacturer of ultrasound imaging solutions. Ultrasound systems using Interson products have been installed in offices, hospitals, and clinics around the world since 1989. Interson ultrasound imaging probes are designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. and have FDA 510(k) clearance, a CE mark, Japan PAL NINSHO approval, and a medical device license from Health Canada. Recognized as one of the top ten innovations of the year by the International Academy of Science.
The new SiMPLi Series probes extend clinicians’ vision beyond their fingertips.
If you would like more information about the new SiMPLi Ultrasound Imaging Solutions, please contact:
Company Name: Interson
Contact Person: Bill Wiedemann
Country: United States