If you’re planning to attend this year’s BMUS meeting, visit the Intelligent Ultrasound (IU) team at stand number 4.
It’s been a busy year for the ‘classroom to clinic’ ultrasound specialists, with several significant updates to platforms, making ultrasound even easier to learn and simpler to use.
IU has and is planning to take its ScanTrainer educational tool for obstetrics, gynaecology, general and emergency medicine even further. The company has already launched a new advanced obstetrics package. This includes a Transvaginal Probe Manipulation module, Fetal Lie and Placenta Localisation module and a Colour and Spectral Doppler in Obstetrics module.
In response to the ongoing need to diagnose and treat endometriosis, IU has also developed another module to enable just that. In its final stages of testing, the module will aid training in locating and identifying endometriotic disease. IU is asking for feedback; delegates should take some time to meet with IU at BMUS to share their thoughts.
In addition to ScanTrainer, IU will be taking BodyWorks Eve 4.0 to the meeting. Launched in October, the latest version of the female patient simulator for POCUS scenario training adds even more value for skilled trainees, while expanding the scope of the platform to novice users to develop their ultrasound skills and competence in a safe environment.
Finally, with the use of artificial intelligence in ultrasound being a significant agenda item at this year’s meeting, ask the team for information on NeedleTrainer – the company’s ‘first in kind’ training solution to teach ultrasound-guided needling safely and effectively.
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