September 20 - 23, 2022

Join Butterfly at AAFP FMX.

Harness the power of Butterfly for family medicine. Access an integrated imaging solution supporting applications as varied as your patients—from soft-tissue assessment to CHF detection.
Booth #1425
Washington, DC

See Butterfly in action.

Hands-on workshops every day featuring Butterfly iQ+.

POCUS: Abdominal Ultrasound: AAA, IVC, Kidney and Bladder with Online Module

Wednesday, Sept 21, 2022

POCUS: Chest Ultrasonography with Online Module

Thursday, Sept 22, 2022

POCUS: Gynecologic Ultrasonography with Online Module

Wednesday, Sept 22, 2022

POCUS: Ultrasound of the Musculoskeletal System with Online Module

Wednesday, Sept 23, 2022

Seeing is knowing:

bedside assessment transformed.

Support patient assessment, diagnosis, and treatment with handheld, whole-body ultrasound.

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Triage COVID-19 pneumonia.

Lung ultrasound has proven to be a critical triaging tool through early detection of lung imaging findings associated with COVID-pneumonia. This can reduce risk of additional exposure to healthcare staff and can increase the availability of hospital resources necessary for the most critically ill patients.

Get help detecting CHF in your patients.

The use of bedside lung ultrasound in primary care can play a valuable role.  The identification of bright, vertical B-line artifacts will identify pulmonary edema, as opposed to horizontal A-lines that can occur in normal lungs or COPD patients. Lung ultrasound examinations have been shown to be easy to perform without requiring extensive training.

4CHF is increasing in prevalence, and is considered a global pandemic1. Research has shown that early intervention can lead to a better prognosis overall.2

Easily evaluate urinary retention with iQ+.

The ability to quickly measure a patient’s bladder volume at the bedside using Butterfly iQ+ can help support intervention decisions. With the Auto Bladder volume tool, clinicians can objectively calculate bladder quantity in mLs at the bedside.

Over a five-year period, approximately 1 in 10 men over the age of 70 and almost 1 in 3 men in their 80s will develop acute urinary retention.5

Quickly assess soft tissue infection.

Clinical exam alone is insufficiently accurate to differentiate cellulitis from abscess in many cases.

On soft tissue ultrasound, cellulitis has a characteristic cobblestone appearance. Abscess, by contrast, is associated with a typical ultrasound appearance of discrete fluid collections. Outpatient procedural management of skin abscesses by primary care physicians was altered in more than half the cases by performing point-of-care ultrasound prior to incision and drainage,6 avoiding unnecessary procedures.

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Come see us at AAFP!

September 20 - 23, booth #1425.

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