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Philips Adds Cardiac Transducer to Lumify Smart-Device Based Ultrasound Lineup

Philips has received FDA clearance for its S4-1 cardiac transducer for the Lumify smart-device based ultrasound system. The S4-1 is the third transducer available for the Lumify system and the first to offer cardiac imaging capabilities, in addition to abdominal imaging including lung, OB/GYN, and FAST exam pre-sets. It connects to standard smartphones and tablets […] This post Philips Adds Cardiac Transducer to Lumify Smart-Device Based Ultrasound Lineup appeared first on Medgadget.
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