SonoSight's low-cost ultrasound cleared in the US:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The FDA has cleared a low-cost, hand-held ultrasound device which can be used as a first-stage diagnostic tool in doctors' offices. The device, made by Bothell, Washington-based firm SonoSight uses proprietary ASIC digital technology and will be introduced in the second half of 1999.
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