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Brain Health

State-of-the-art ultrasound technology

Sonovum‘s UltraEasy 3ACG non-invasively detects pathological changes in the brain using ultrasound technology – only in a few minutes. An example of application is stroke diagnosis.

UltraEasy 3ACG
Non-invasive ultrasound measurements

UltraEasy 3ACG is a class IIa medical device. It consists of a headband, ultrasound probes and a monitor. UltraEasy 3ACG uses eight ultrasound frequencies to create an acoustic profile of the brain using acoustocerebrography (ACG).

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Sonovum GmbH

We combine our expertise in ultrasound technologies (e.g., acoustocerebrography) with mathematics, statistics, medical technology and medicine for the development of future-oriented medical products for condition monitoring of brain diseases.

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UltraEasy 3ACG in action

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We are looking for talents

In order to continuously develop our medical products, we are always looking for experts in their respective fields. Aspiring scientists as well as experienced persons are part of our team. Here you will find our current vacancies.

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What people say about ACG

 

“ACG offers completely new opportunities to better detect and thus better treat a broad spectrum of neurological acute diseases and neurodegenerative diseases.”

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hetzel, chief physician of the Black Forest Clinic Neurology at Park-Klinikum Bad Krozingen

“ACG may prove to be increasingly helpful in diagnosing and classifying patients with atrial fibrillation and hypertension in order to individualize their treatment and reduce their risk of stroke.”

Prof. Dr. Robert Olszewski, Polish Academy of Sciences and Institute of Geriatrics, Warsaw

“We see great potential here: with ACG, we want to identify septic encephalopathy as it arises and monitor its progress to help our patients as early and effectively as possible.”

Prof. Dr. Martin Sauer, University Medical Centre of Rostock, Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy

You are interested in a collaboration with Sonovum and want to find out more about the UltraEasy 3ACG? Please feel free to contact us.

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