Wearable Ultrasound Probe Enables User To See, Feel, And Do
Sonivate Medical’s finger-worn ultrasound imaging probe is a ground-breaking solution that is perfectly positioned to satisfy the growing demand for point-of-care diagnostics, as well as "wearable" technology.
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