Don't Look Away: Insituvue's Ultrasound Device Projects Image On Skin To Simplify Vascular Access
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryInsituvue says its investigational SFC 1000 caddy-based ultrasound system could simplify hospital practices by transitioning routine responsibility for performing vascular access procedures from a specialized team to a patient’s nurse. At least that is the feedback the Pittsburgh-based startup has received so far.
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