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Handheld Ultrasound imaging for HD

HAEMODIALYSIS 300 L - a truly mobile handheld ultrasound imaging device

We have been scanning the globe for over 5 years to find a suitable device and believe that we have now found a solution that meets the specific needs of vascular access in haemodialysis:

Total Ultrasound Freedom

  • Easy and fast setup and operation
  • Completely portable with small carrying case
  • Wireless and Cord-less for total freedom: no tethering between probe and screen
  • No external wireless network required
  • Connects to multiple mobile smart devices, compatible with both iOS and Android*
  • No subscription

Operating System and Supported Mobile Device:

  • iOS 9.0 version+
    • iPhone 6 Plus and newer
    • iPad Pro and newer
    • iPad Mini 4 and newer
  • Android 6.0 version+
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, S3
    • Sony Experia Z4 Tablet
    • Nvidia SHIELD Tablet K1

Read more on Handheld Ultrasound imaging for HD

Position paper: Use of point of care (POC) handheld ultrasound (US) for vascular access in haemodialysis Read more

Schoch M.L, Du Toit D., Marticorena R.M., Sinclair P.M. (2015) Utilising point of care ultrasound for vascular access in haemodialysis. Read more

Clinical Practice Recommendations for Needling of Arteriovenous Fistulae and Grafts for Haemodialysis_2018 Read more

Recommendation K - Use of Nurse-Led Ultrasound to Assist with Needling (2018) Read more

Fielding C, Berino L, Fluck R, Owen P, John S, Chesterton L A UK (Kidney Week 2016) Service Evaluation of Nurse-Led Ultrasound Assessment of Arterio-Venous Fistulae and Grafts for Haemodialysis Read more

Fielding C.A., Owen P., Chesteron L., Fluck R.J. and Pitt H. UK (Kidney Week 2014) Development of a Training Package to Assist Senior Haemodialysis Nursing Staff to Utilise Ultrasound Images to Assess Arterio-Venous Fistulae Read more

Marticorena, R.M.; Kumar L.; Bachynski, Jovina Concepcion; Dacouris N; Smith I; Donnel (2018) Ultrasound evaluation of intraluminal needle position during hemodialysis: Incidental findings of cannulation complications Read more

David Fulker, Anne Simmons, Tracie Barber (Journal of Biomechanical Engineering – Jan 2017 Vol.!39 – Computational Model of the Arterial and Venous Needle During Hemodialysis Read more

Clinical Practice Guidelines: Vascular Access for Haemodialysis. UK Renal Association 6th Edition Read more

To organise a demonstration in your unit and experience the benefits of this device, or for any other queries please contact us contact form.