LEVERAGE MORE FROM YOUR ECHO
Point-of-care technology designed to create a 3D model of your heart from your echocardiogram and allow you to obtain real time clinical data within minutes. Obtain accurate results that does not require “perfect images” or a skilled sonographer.
VIEW A 3D MODEL
OF THE HEART
Our proprietary Knowledge Based Reconstruction (KBR) algorithm leverages a MRI shape catalogue and anatomical landmarks from standard 2D echocardiogram images to construct a complete 3D model of the heart.
The system is designed to allow the clinician to view the 3D model of the heart in the context of the 2D image planes in order to appreciate nuances in the structure and function of the patient’s heart which sometimes cannot be captured or interpreted alone from 2D echocardiograms.
Insights into the heart's structure for all conditions.
Having the ability to view the heart in 3D will enable one to provide continuity of care and make decisions on real metrics as cardiac conditions progress.
Double Outlet Right Venticle
Tetralogy of Fallot
RV to PA Conduit
Obtain volume and ejection fraction calculations for RV from sparse data. The mean percent difference between VMS and MRI results are within ±10% for EDV, ESV, and EF with a 95% confidence*.
*ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01557582
Fast, accurate, and
Innovative sensor tracking system improves accuracy of measurements.
This small device is attached to the ultrasound probe via a small adaptor. This same technology can be used for accurate position sensing of any medical instrument. Enables patient repositioning during the examination without affecting the results.
Results in 3 easy steps.
Integrating the VMS+ into your workflow is quick and easy. Set up and analysis takes minutes. The system simply needs the images collected in a typical 2D echo exam and is compatible with any commercially available 2D ultrasound system. All files generated by the VMS+ can be stored in PACS and used as a reference.
Records the ultrasound images from a video output of the 2D ultrasound and tracks the ultrasound transducer’s 3D spatial coordinates and orientation via our sensor during echo scan.
Points are placed on the images to mark the position of anatomic landmarks. No tracing is required. Takes just
Volumes and ejection fractions are then calculated for the ED and ES phases of the cardiac cycle and the 3D heart can be viewed on different planes.