The future of medical imaging can be the new generation of ultrasound systems
Physicians are not always available due to far distance or other circumstances. Remote nursing monitoring and remote monitoring for critical health are a requirement for the full utilization of ultrasound systems.
Using currently available medical imaging technology requires a doctor to be present and reduce the lives of people in critical conditions by a critical shortage of doctors.
Clinics and doctors usually send a patient to a doctor, make an appointment and then come to the clinic. This takes time; all the time wasted on commuting, appointments, or waiting for patients can be used more efficiently.
Imagine someone in this situation: a kid with a stomach ache or a guy with chest pain. Now imagine the diagnosis and the treatment is made without having to go all the way back to the doctor’s clinic. And now, imagine that PONS can significantly cut down costs for both patients and doctors. As we said, it sounds like science fiction right? We hate when people say that though because it isn’t.
It’s just a really great idea we were lucky enough to see that the improvements in medical technologies are happening very fast. The traditional ultrasound technology is becoming a point of care device that end-users can use and connect with their doctors anytime, anywhere, and instantly.
Introducing the first wearable ultrasound device that connects doctors and their patients from home is not too far away. Those new versions of ultrasound devices can be worn by the patient, and the doctor can diagnose and monitor the patient from anywhere in the World. The doctor can also assist remotely in providing care for their patients when they are at home or traveling abroad.
“Innovation is taking two things that exist and putting them together in a new way.“ Tom Freston (born 1945), Co-founder of MTV
Sometimes the existing technologies can be put together in a new way that can change how people access decent health care.