Posts tagged with “ultrasound”

2 projects are tagged with “ultrasound”.

Mike Camplin

MD+DI: Is Your Ultrasound R&D Team Exposed to Harm?

  VICTORIA, British Columbia March 19, 2020 –  Is Your Ultrasound R&D Team Exposed to Harm? written by StarFish Medical Mechanical Engineering Team Lead, Nigel Syrotuck, is featured in the March 19, 2020 online edition of MD+DI & QMED magazine. Sub-headed “A guide to practicing safe sounds,” the article notes “ultrasound machines do technically “invade” […]

Mike Camplin

StarFish Medical offers medical device development services for Ultrasonix OEM customers

StarFish Medical  works with Analogic’s Ultrasonix, which develops diagnostic ultrasound systems at its facility in Richmond BC, to offer an easier way for Ultrasonix OEM customers to: –          Develop and manufacture add-on hardware components to their ultrasound engine including multiplexers and connector adapters –          Design and manufacture carts to house Ultrasonix core OEM components –          […]

Greg Browne

6 Things to Consider in Medical Device Development for the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

Interventional cardiology procedures are generally very profitable for healthcare institutions and, after a decade of growth, there continues to be significant investment and technology advancement in the catheterisation laboratory (or cath lab). However in an age of tightening budgets, medical institutions are also seeking further cost and time efficiencies to ensure that current margins are […]

Robert Aitken


IOPac Pachymeters Powerful, pocket-sized CCT measurement for glaucoma diagnosis IOPac™ Pachymeters provide powerful, pocket-sized corneal measurements for glaucoma diagnosis and are used by optometrists and ophthalmologists.

Robert Aitken


Artemis Ultrasound Scanner World’s first VHF digital ultrasound eye arc-scanner The Artemis® ophthalmic ultrasound is the world’s first digital eye arc-scanner. The device is designed to provide detailed cross-sectional images of the cornea and anterior segments of the eye for diagnostic and post-surgical assessment.

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