Manage patients with speed and precision.
A single probe with whole body applications, to help speed time to triage, diagnosis, and treatment.
Perform guided procedures with ease with new Biplane Imaging™.
Now with the world’s first POCUS Biplane Imaging, it is possible to see the short and long axis of your needle simultaneously in real-time. Developed in partnership with clinician leaders in E Med, Biplane Imaging has been built to leverage the power of Ultrasound-on-chip™ to fire perpendicular rows of elements at the same time. The result is the ability to see both in-plane and out-of-plane on-screen during peripheral IV access, joint injections and more.
Focused cardiac assessment.
With 3 presets dedicated to cardiac imaging, Butterfly iQ+ can give you the confidence to make quick bedside decisions in a large range of patient types. Is there a pericardial effusion? Does this patient have systolic heart failure? Is there organized cardiac activity? In fact, cardiac activity with POCUS has been shown to be the variable most associated with survival after cardiac arrest1.
The assessment of patients with acute shortness of breath has always been a cornerstone of Emergency Medicine, and lung ultrasound can help clinicians rapidly and accurately identify many of the common causes of dyspnea, including lung lesions consistent with COVID-19. With imaging that auto-optimizes with depth, the ability to assess A lines, B lines and pleural lining in one sweep is now possible by Butterfly iQ+.
Peripheral and central line placement.
Ultrasound guidance has been shown to improve success rates, reduce the number of attempts and decrease the complications associated with CVC insertion2.With new Needle Viz™ technology the Butterfly iQ+ makes it easier to identify the needle and get the control needed for central venous catheterization, as well as peripheral line placements.
Focused assessment with sonography in trauma (FAST) is a protocol to guide clinician investigation for internal bleeding. The FAST preset was developed in conjunction with emergency room clinicians to balance the frame rate needed to identify pericardial effusion, and the resolution/penetration needed for rapid evaluation of the peritoneal cavity, all on one probe.