Get fast ultrasound images on your phone.
EagleView™ wireless ultrasound probe makes your practice fully wireless and easy to disinfect in a short time. The features such as wireless charging and operation are friendly to clean in ICU. With built-in wifi inside the probe, it only takes a few seconds to connect to your mobile device.
Dual-probe designed for whole-body imaging.
The dual-probe design provides freedom to switch from deep scans to shallow ones by just a flip. Three types of transducers are included in one small unit: linear, curved and phased array ultrasound probe. No longer wasting time on switching probes.
The Most Portable Doppler Ultrasound
SMALLEST POCUS EVER.
EagleView pocket ultrasound only weighs about 140g (0.3lbs). It contains all the application settings to scan a whole body. Due to its small size, you can put it in your pocket during emergent shifts and transit to every floor room effortlessly. Designed for high-remote and rapid diagnosis.
The Most Portable Doppler Ultrasound
SMALLEST POCUS EVER.
With only about 140g (0.3lbs), it contains all the application settings to scan a whole body. Put it in your pocket and bring it to the bedside of every patient. Designed for high-remote and rapid diagnosis.
One scanner, fulfill 16 specialties
Up to 305mm scanning depth, adjustable frequency levels, designed for comprehensive ultrasound exams.
- Small Parts
- Vessel Flow
Clear view makes fast treatment decisions.
Rapidly identify body anatomy on smartphones.
Pocket-size POCUS with Powerful capability
3 arrays, 4 imaging modes, 16 presets.
Capture, recall and save every abnormality on your mobile.
Pause anytime during your scanning process to detect unusual events. Capture clinical images, video clips and get precise measurements on screen directly.
Pulsed Wave Doppler Adopted
Get measured velocity point to point on your screen with our built-in Pulsed Wave Doppler. Enables objective and quantitative blood flow assessment, helping clinicians assess fluid status in critically-ill patients. Make real-time blood velocity measurement in a precise location become possible.
Share studies with your collegues at anytime.
Add notes, send texts or email with studies to your colleagues or to patients so they can know their conditions better.
Choose the one fits your needs the most.
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|Wireless Ultrasound Scanner
|Pocket Ultrasound Scanner
|Slightly larger than an iPhone 11
Much smaller than an iPhone11
|B, B/M, Color Doppler, Pulsed Wave Doppler, Power Doppler
|B, B/M, Color Doppler, Pulsed Wave Doppler
|3-5 Hours of continuous scan
|2 Hours of continuous scan
Ultrasound probe for iPad, iPhone and Android phone.
check ultrasound images on any Smartphone or tablet
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I heard about EagleView from one of my colleagues at ER. I saw this new mini-size ultrasound on their website. After receiving it, I soon got a chance to test one of my patients for an OB ultrasound. The device is truly light, the process lasts for a while and there was no discomfort on my wrist. App settings are direct. Fetus was detected and seen clearly (see attached). Most importantly, my patient gets to see their baby on my iPad, closely. I'm still exploring some advanced functions on the app. If you're looking for a portable ultrasound at this price point (3k), I guess this pocket ultrasound is totally worth it.
I'm a doctor from Singapore. I've been using this pocket ultrasound for a month. Though I'm concerned about what they are saying "Cardiac imaging might not be ideal". I still did some scans on my patients' hearts. View them below. I think these images came out more than expected, they may not perform ideally compare to traditional US machines. However, due to the low price point and high portability, I guess I have nothing to blame.
Al momento de sacar las imágenes, el equipo genera un reporte ? Se puede hacer inmediato? Las imagenes se dejan exportar todas al tiempo?
Hay dos formas de exportar una imagen. Uno puede compartirlo con sus colegas a través de mensajes de texto, correos electrónicos y airdrop (ios). El otro, con la opción de exportar directamente a tu dispositivo. Tal proceso solo toma unos segundos.
I've been wanting my own ultrasound for a while now for quick access for blocks, anatomy scans, vascular access and ECHO for local and locum work. It's not uncommon for the hospital's US to be in another theatre or being serviced, so having something literally in my pocket at all times is useful. I bit the bullet with EageView because of this mini pocket version, the price point and the lack of software subscription.
* So SO small and light. I am almost worried I will accidentally leave it in my scrubs pockets when getting changed and lose it. I cannot express how tiny and light this thing is.
* Really intuitive and easy to use. One button pretty much functions the whole thing including switching probes to use. Long hold is probe switch, short press is unfreeze, hold down to turn off. All they need now is like double click for depth change or something and it would be the perfect one hand device.
* Works by Wifi, which is quicker than bluetooth. Although if you don't have that network preferenced, it can be a pain to switch over. And it takes a little time to connect. However this is pretty trivial.
* For the size and price point, the image is adequate quality. It's not $50,000 hospital US quality, but you cannot in your right mind to expect it to be.
* The battery life is excellent. I have not had it run out and am using it multiple times daily - then a quick charge and it's good to go.
* It doesn't overheat. I have left it sitting while prepping for an intervention and picked it up, and it's still ready to go. Even without freezing the screen.
* NO subscription! Download the app and away you go. It's all right there. Make sure your phone is password protected for privacy purposes if you're going to store images.
* Comes with a phone stand. I thought that was a cute little bonus.
* USB-C option. Need I say more?
* EagleView REALLY needs to fix the software for depth. Changing depth on the app is basically random probability if it will work or not. It's counter intuitive and they need to make the numbers bigger to see what depth things are at from any distance. Unless you're 5cm away from the screen you CANNOT see the depth numbers.
* (to be fair, this is stated in their description) The phased array cardiac ultrasound is pretty crap. You can see what you need to for extremely basic purposes (e.g. is there cardiac activity or not?) but not too much more than that. I think some software/firmware upgrading could improve this somewhat.
* There is limitation in the resolution. I think its bigger brother would likely have better resolution, but this thing has a better FPS (20 vs 18 for the bigger one). Resolution in shallow depth on the linear probe is pretty terrible, feels more like app digital zoom than any form of change by the probe itself. I see in someone else's description there is limitation on vascular edging discrimination - I would agree with this assessment.
* Needs to come with better instructions for the functionality of the probe and app settings.
* Postage was slow. Despite them saying express, be prepared to wait a while for it. I was very impatient for mine, expecting it to be here within days. It was not. They will also ignore any request of postage carrier even though they say you can choose in the FAQ. They are quick to reply to emails, but it doesn't really get you anywhere.
Be realistic about the linear array. It's 3.2mm wide. So that's the view you get. If you're not good with moving a probe along to follow with a narrow linear view, go the bigger version.
If you want to ECHO in any good quality, go the bigger one. According to EV themselves, it does ECHO ?well. I haven't actually used it myself so cannot say out of experience, but they were honest about the limitations with the pocket one.
I have been using this thing daily for pretty much everything, and not in a "oh exciting new toy!" thing, but genuine use. It's SO much easier to take to a call on the ward rather than hijacking the theatre US, which frequently is a no-no anyway.
Overall, yes I recommend.
as the title; I have no complaint.
I am pleased with the Eagleview Pocket size and pricing. The interface with the iPhone and iPad mini works very well. I would appreciate more detailed instructions on using the features, but I am learning quickly. The cordless feature makes it easy to use with ultrasound guided peripheral vein access and the UltraDrape probe protection. Since my usage is primarily with vascular access and vein visualization, the resolution is adequate. I would appreciate instructions on how to adjust for cleaner vein edges. I am also pleased with the power doppler and its ability to measure velocity of blood flow. Thank you for the low pricing but can we get an upgraded model with better resolution?