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Sonic Window Handheld Ultrasound

A breakthrough handheld system designed to improve first stick success of Peripheral Intravenous Access.

The Sonic Window is an ultra-compact, handheld ultrasound device that provides a window through the skin. It is designed to enable clinicians to quickly and easily achieve vascular access within the first ‘stick’ attempt. Offering a simple and intuitive interface, the Sonic Window is easy to learn and use. 

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Who is it for?

Very sick patients often face difficulties with vascular access, which
can often delay treatments or give rise to other complications.  
Typically, peripheral DVA patients tend to be the pediatric, elderly,
obese, tattooed, dark skinned, or patients with different types of
serious illnesses. But even otherwise healthy patients can be difficult
vascular access patients because of extremely narrow veins, lack of
hydration, anxiety, or other factors that may temporarily lower their blood
pressure or constrict their vessels.


First stick success has many potential benefits: complication and
cost reduction, improved time-to-care and improved patient satisfaction.
With the Sonic Window acting as a ‘window through the skin and into the
body,’ clinicians are equipped with a portable imaging device that provides
clear, easy-to-interpret images on a real-time display.

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Sonic Window is a handheld ultrasound system for visualizing vasculature and guiding peripheral intravenous access (PIV). The new, ultra-compact ultrasound device provides direct visualization of structures beneath the skin in real time to effectively guide clinicians placing peripheral IVs.

Unlike existing portable devices on the market today, the Sonic Window handheld is self-contained and does not require a cart or stand to operate. The small, lightweight device, which is the size of a TV remote control, requires only one hand for operation. The system’s controls may be manipulated during scanning without any interruption to the image on the screen. In addition, the handheld portable device has a rechargeable battery and does not need to be plugged in to operate.

Initial evaluation by clinicians reveals that the Sonic Window incorporates the benefits of breakthrough ultrasound imaging technology with portability, making it an efficient tool to use in a clinical setting for the successful establishment of PIV in the patient with challenging IV access.