The biim system has not received CE marking for sale or use in Europe
Pre-settings, functional controls and intuitive software with fewer keystrokes, all allow for quick start-up and operation.
Unique patented technology allows for small robust product design.
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The probe connects to your Android or iOS tablet through secured WiFi connection, to let you quickly view or share DICOM formatted images and data.
By now it is clear that the future of medical care will be centred around broad use of tablets at the point of care. Tablets are, powerful, intuitive tools helping professionals getting their jobs done better. They allow for fast, accurate data entry and sharing, access to records and coordination with other professionals or healthcare organizations.
Designing an ultrasound tool in this context meant starting from scratch and taking the Scandinavian approach to design: lean, functional but always comfortable to use. That was the path that led us to Biim: the cordless ultrasound probe, delivering robust functionality in an easy-to-use format.
Planned launch in USA is in December 2017.
Ultrasound is becoming an important tool for trained point of care medical personnel. The use of ultrasound improves the quality of patient care and is becoming standardized in several procedures in for instance vascular access.
We anticipate that our initial product will be launched in the middle of 2017. Biim plans to offer an application-specific product series with accompanying software app.
While cost is one obstacle for the adoption of ultrasound, complexity is another. The Biim software app is developed with this in mind - an easy to use application!
We know that pre-settings, few key strokes and safe storage and sharing of data is important for ultrasound users. These features are emphasized in the Biim software application.
Ultrasound is currently widely used in medicine to visualize anatomy. The use of ultrasound may increase precision in, for instance, vascular access procedures due to visualization during procedures, giving better patient care and reduced risk of infections.