EchoNous, a company specializing in handheld point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) technology, today unveiled Kosmos Plus, its latest innovation designed to replace costly POCUS carts.
Kosmos Plus offers a two-plus probe ultrasound imaging solution for less than $20,000 in a marketplace where comparable systems cost twice as much or more. It integrates a suite of advanced capabilities, including AI, advanced Doppler features, various transducers, a 12.9-inch iPad Pro display, and a medical-grade stand.
Kosmos Plus is embedded with EchoNous' pioneering AI features, including Trio, which simplifies cardiac examination with AI-driven guidance, grading, and labeling. AI FAST and the AI-assisted EF Workflow further streamline the imaging process, offering AI-driven anatomical labeling, view identification, ejection fraction, and stroke volume calculations. These integrated AI capabilities are designed to augment clinical decisions, ensuring high precision and efficiency in patient care.
The introduction of Color Doppler, PW, TDI, and CW Doppler to Kosmos Plus enhances the clinician's ability to perform comprehensive vascular and cardiac assessments. These features, coupled with the system's flexibility and ease of use, solidify EchoNous' commitment to providing cutting-edge tools that advance the field of ultrasound diagnostics.
EchoNous has meticulously crafted Kosmos Plus to meet the varying needs of point-of-care clinicians. With all components provided in one package, there's no need to secure different elements from multiple suppliers: everything is in one box and ready to go. With flexible probe configurations, including Torso-One, Lexsa or both, and the ability to connect both probes simultaneously and charge while scanning, clinicians can tailor their workflow and diagnostic approach to patient needs. The Kosmos Medical-Grade Stand ensures mobility and readiness while also demonstrating EchoNous' dedication to creating solutions as practical as they are powerful.