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Diagnosis

Esaote aims to deliver precise and reliable diagnosis to meet any clinical need. Integrated solutions for data and image management ensure safe and streamlined workflow.

Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine – E-FAST procedure

Clinical Need

The primary application of ultrasound in emergency medicine is the evaluation of patients presenting with blunt abdominal trauma. The aim of the scan is to determine whether or not there is free fluid in the patient. Ultrasound technology can support the user, both in and out of the hospital, during patient examinations by providing detailed information of the target area simply and quickly.

Clinical Applications

The occurrence of free fluid can be due to trauma, infection, severe liver disease, etc. which is why it is important to have tools that enable the user to perform a good assessment of the patient’s physical condition.

I. Peritoneal Effusion

 

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II. Pericardial Effusion

 

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III. Pleural Effusion

 

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Clinical Benefits

  • Non-invasive technology with real-time results suitable for a wide range of applications.
  • Due to a vast product portfolio, the ultrasound systems can be used in and out of hospital.
  • Intuitive workflow with a plug and play approach that reduces the user learning curve while increasing patient throughput.
  • A cost-effective solution, suitable for different depths, target areas, and patients (from adults to infants).

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Technology and features are system/configuration dependent. Specifications subject to change without notice. Information might refer to products or modalities not yet approved in all countries. Product images are for illustrative purposes only. For further details, please contact your Esaote sales representative.

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ATTENZIONE:
Le informazioni contenute in questo sito sono destinate in via esclusiva agli operatori professionali della sanità in conformità all'art. 21 del D.Lgs. 24 febbraio 1997, n. 46 s.m.i e alle Linee Guida del Ministero della Salute del 17 febbraio 2010 e successivo aggiornamento del 18 marzo 2013.

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