SONOVEIN® HD New robotic platform for veins

NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS & EVENTS

Oct 23-27th – Focused Ultrasound Symposium

Oct 14th – Dr Steve Elias at the AVLS Annual Congress

Sept 12-16th – UIP International Phlebology Congress

 

SONOVEIN IN VIDEOS

Dr. Mark Whiteley (The Whiteley Clinic, UK) presentations:

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Reshaping the healthcare universe with extracorporeal surgery

Our mission is to develop non-invasive, intelligent, robotic platforms that reduce healthcare system and human costs and unleash treatment opportunities.

Evolving outdated surgical concepts

Reducing complications & improving healthcare economics

Leading through research & AI

Changing paradigms

Our products robot-assisted non-invasive surgery

SONOVEIN

For varicose veins

SONOVEIN® is the only robotic and 100% non-invasive echotherapy system treating varicose veins in a non-surgical environment. It doesn‘t need any additional accessories and leaves no scars. Our newest version, SONOVEIN® HD, includes leading-edge imaging capabilities from SuperSonic Imagine.

ECHOPULSE

FOR FIBROADENOMA AND THYROID NODULES

ECHOPULSE® is a completely non-invasive robot for echotherapy treatment of thyroid nodules and breast fibroadenoma. It can be operated by a single person in a standard physicians’ office. It leaves no scars and maintains the thyroid function and the integrity of the breast tissue.

It was literally a real walk-in walk-out treatment experience.

Dr. Omar Abu-Bakr, Echotherapy patient & Specialist Venous Surgeon at The Whiteley Clinic, UK

It opens the way to therapeutic possibilities in phlebology that were unthinkable before […] This is the future.

Dr. Paolo Casoni, Vascular surgery expert

I only need my pen and my ultrasound gel to treat varicose veins on my own

Professor Steve Elias, Director, Center for Vein Disease, Englewood Health Network. Co-Founder, Venous Edge and Expert Venous Management. Editor in Chief, AVF Vein Specialist
Echotherapy

Echotherapy works like a magnifying glass, concentrating light waves to a focal point, but instead using therapeutic ultrasound, or High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU). Echotherapy's main advantage for the patient is that it is non-invasive. This implies that it does not require a sterile environment (like an operation theater) or incisions, it does not leave scars and allows the patient an immediate return to their daily activities.

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