Improvement of echocardiographic images through stabilizing ultrasound probes

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Reduced operating time

The reduced operating time helps to reduce costs and the burden on the practising healthcare professional

Better ergonomics for the cardiologist

Better ergonomy helps to provide a more comfortable and efficient work experience for the cardiologist

Improved quality of ultrasound images

Stabilizes ultrasound probe during heart surgery, improves images

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New percutaneous tricuspid valve
therapies requires two consultant
cardiologist to perform peri-procedural
ultrasound at Rigshospitalet, a
stabilizing device could potentially
replace one cardiologist.

Jacob Eifer Møller

Professor, Dept. of Cardiology Odense University Hospital, and Consultant Cardiologist, dept. of Cardiology Rigshospitalet.

It is important that the image is still, for
example when inserting a clip, so that you do
not see another part of the heart (...). It is
important that the probe is locked so that we
have the images we need when we insert the
clips

Karsten Tange Veien

Consultant cardiologist, Dept. of Cardiology, Odense University Hospital

New percutaneous valve therapies are becoming increasingly
challenging to guide by peri-procedural ultrasound,
a stabilizing device could potentially aid 3D image analysis
during the procedure.

Jacob Eifer Møller

Professor, Dept. of Cardiology Odense University Hospital, and Consultant Cardiologist, dept. of Cardiology Rigshospitalet.

If you had a device that could fixate the
ultrasound probe, you could free up one
hand and use it for the machine.

Nikolaj Ihlemann

Consultant cardiologist, Dept. of Cardiology, Bispebjerg Hospital.

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