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Tomorrow’s AI ultrasound technology is here – ScanNav features on ITV

As developments in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) gather momentum, ITV’s Wales This Week programme takes a closer look at how these technologies may impact our lives in the future. Nicholas Sleep, Chief Technology Officer at MedaPhor, explains how its AI software, ScanNav™ will support current ultrasound services in hospitals and offers insights into how…


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ScanTrainer supports another successful SonoSlam

It was great to support another SonoSlam ultrasound skills tournament with our ScanTrainer Transvaginal Simulators (TVS) at this year’s AIUM Annual Convention (The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine) in New York. The annual competition saw 72 students in 24 teams from 21 US medical school emergency medicine programs enter a head-to-head battle to win…


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Central Middlesex Hospital opens new ultrasound training academy with ScanTrainer

The London North West Healthcare NHS Trust (LNWH) has chosen ScanTrainer for its new state-of-the-art Ultrasound Training Academy at Central Middlesex Hospital. The new education centre has been designed to ease growing ultrasound training pressures and clinical demands across the Trust and beyond. Faced with a looming 24/7 NHS, the imminent rise in demand for…


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MedaPhor opens office in Hong Kong

MedaPhor has opened an office in Hong Kong to facilitate established reseller network and growing customer base in the Asia-Pacific region. The company now has 18 active reseller partners in this region selling the ScanTrainer, HeartWorks and the new BodyWorks Eve simulation portfolio into hospitals and university teaching schools. The new Hong Kong office will…


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MedaPhor Launches Point of Care Ultrasound Simulator

MedaPhor launches BodyWorks Eve, a hi-fidelity female manikin-based simulator developed specifically to meet the educational needs of medical professionals practising Point of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS) across emergency medicine and critical care. The new simulator combines self-directed learning with tutor-led immersive scenario training to create a dynamic and an engaging learning environment together with structured educational…