Evena Medical introduces advanced wearable ultrasound for real-time bedside imaging at MEDICA 2016

Evena DeepVu® Ultrasound 4.0 Features Easy to Use Wireless Imaging for Both Vascular Access and Diagnostic Use, Everywhere, Every Time – from Routine to Critical Care

Evena Medical, a leader in the development of high-quality, high-definition imaging for fast, accurate and precise bedside visualization, is introducing its enhanced DeepVu® Ultrasound 4.0, offering clinicians the most advanced handheld ultrasound for use by clinicians of all skill levels.

Featuring wireless connectivity, Evena’s DeepVu system delivers clear, anatomically accurate, real-time bedside imaging in an agile, easy-to-use, cart-free system. With the DeepVu Ultrasound 4.0 platform, ultrasound can be deployed for viewing tissue by all levels of clinicians anywhere within the facility or by remote medical experts located anywhere in the world. Wireless connectivity enables images to be available on a variety of displays, including tablet PCs and iPads, or hands-free on the Evena Eyes-On® Clinical Glasses for wearable imaging.

Other enhancements to the DeepVu Ultrasound 4.0 platform include a lightweight, streamlined transducer that can be easily carried in a pocket, and straightforward “one-button” operation.

“The DeepVu Ultrasound 4.0 system offers medical professionals an advanced mobile and wearable ultrasound option for adult primary care, pediatrics, emergency medical care and other medical specialties,” said Frank Ball, Evena Medical, CEO. “With Evena’s Eyes-On Glasses, clinicians can visualize veins, organs and other tissue deep beneath the skin with superior, real-time imaging in front of their eyes with simple, hands-free operation.”

Evena provides an entire family of clinician-facing, bedside imaging solutions within the Series-4 family of products, including:

  • DeepVu® Personal Ultrasound [U/S]: for peripheral and deep imaging
  • Owl® Bedside Imaging & Augmented Reality [AR] Platform: economical “clamp-anywhere” solution which uses patent-pending MultiSpectral Light [MSL/nIR] imaging, plus U/S imaging, in addition to infrared florescence [IRF] contrast enhanced imaging
  • Eyes-On AR Clinical Glasses: a wearable computing platform featuring the same technologies as the Owl in a more agile “wear-everywhere” form-factor, providing greater AR flexibility, plus Multi-Scope interoperability, for laparoscopy, endoscopy and arthroscopy, vein surgery and more wherever and whenever needed.

Eyes-On Clinical AR Glasses utilizes Evena proprietary technologies to attain super high-quality images and AR without the image latency problems encountered on consumer-grade smart glasses during real-world imaging procedures. In addition to its unique “situational awareness” capabilities, the Eyes-On platform is one of the first healthcare applications of smart glasses commercially available on a global scale – developed for clinicians, by clinicians.

“Ultrasound is fast-becoming the most ubiquitous clinical tool in the medical profession, surpassing the stethoscope,” added Ball. “With Evena’s wearable U/S and AR platform, doctors, nurses and medics can quickly and easily view important patient imagery – even in challenging clinical environments such as emergency, surgical, or pre-hospital, or in more remote, underdeveloped parts of the world without access to advanced medical care.”

The DeepVu Ultrasound can be wirelessly connected via WiFi, Bluetooth and LTE for viewing of patient data in real-time anywhere.

Evena’s rapid expansion means they are enrolling distributors as well as affiliate/opinion-leaders in markets around the world. Evena’s Affiliate Program is designed to reward thought-leaders who normally advocate new technologies within their organizations – fast, easy training is available online.

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