COVID-19 coronavirus Screening Solutions
Ultrasound machines are now capable of assisting with potential COVID-19 patient screenings by way of lung examination. Clinicians can examine a lung with ultrasound to evaluate patients for pleural wall thickening and areas of congestion inside the lung typical of pneumonia and seen in patients with novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Small hand-held ultrasound systems offer advantages over X-ray or CT because the entire system can be contained inside a protective disposable sheath, making it easier to disinfect the device rather than an entire imaging room. Point of care ultrasound (POCUS) systems also allow triage of patients in tents or other areas outside of the hospital where other imaging modalities are not available. And some of our most popular options allow for easier to disinfect and voice functions to assist in these challenging times while enjoying the benefits of incredible image quality for faster exam times.
Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) for Patient Lung Examinations
Mindray TE5 Portable Tablet UltrasoundThe TE5 has a touch screen that is easy to wipe down and disinfect but also include hands free voice commands. Includes helpful applications for lung exams.
SonoStar 3-in-1 Wireless UltrasoundThe SonoStar C4PL is actually 3 wireless ultrasound transducers in 1. The compact unit is capable of linear, convex, and phased array ultrasound scans.
Vital Signs Monitors for Checking Patient Temperatures and Respiration Levels
Mindray Accutorr 3 Vital Signs MonitorThe Accutorr 3 is a compact, lightweight portable spot check monitor ideal for accurately checking patient temperature and oxygen levels.
Non-contact Thermometers for Checking Patient Temperatures
ADC ADTEMP 433 Non-Contact Infrared Forehead ThermometerTrigger-Style Design for Rapid Screening
Learn More About Portable Ultrasound Options for COVID-19 Screening
Universal Diagnostic Solutions is at the forefront of portable ultrasound technology. If you manage the purchasing decisions for your hospital or clinic and you’d like to speak with someone from our team to help you decide which options are best for your facility’s needs, contact us today.