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Company Overview of Mobisante, Inc.

Company Overview

Mobisante, Inc. provides MobiUS SP1 system, a smartphone-based ultrasound imaging system for healthcare professionals. Its mobile ultrasound imaging system includes a smartphone, an ultrasound probe, and software for ultrasound imaging, analysis, and measurement. The company’s smartphone-based ultrasound system leverages cellular and WiFi to send images for diagnosis, second opinion, or to a picture archiving and communication system for storage. Its MobiUS SP1 system is used in primary care applications, such as abdomen, aorta, kidneys, gallbladder, thyroid, soft tissue, vascular, small organs, implants, foreign bodies, and bladder; and OB/GYN applications, including pregnancy confirmation/...

8201 164th Avenue NE

Suite 200

Redmond, WA 98052

United States

Founded in 2009





Key Executives for Mobisante, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Age: 47
Chief Engineer
Chief Medical Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Mobisante, Inc. Key Developments

Mobisante, Inc. Presents at Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association 14th Annual Life Science Innovation Northwest 2014, Jun-19-2014 03:00 PM

Mobisante, Inc. Presents at Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association 14th Annual Life Science Innovation Northwest 2014, Jun-19-2014 03:00 PM. Venue: Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington, United States.

Mobisante, Inc. Launches MobiUSTC1 Tablet Ultrasound System

Mobisante, Inc. announced the release of the MobiUSTC1 tablet ultrasound system. Building upon the success and innovative features of the MobiUS SP1 smartphone ultrasound system, this system brings high-resolution point-of-care ultrasound imaging within reach of health care professionals everywhere, helping healthcare professionals practice better medicine and reduce costs. The system supports a quick look, triage, routine screening, and ultrasound-guided procedures to name a few. The MobiUS TC1 ultrasound system is an ideal choice for emergency departments, clinics, rural and community hospitals, disaster relief organizations, and the uniformed services. Leveraging the power and ubiquity of cutting edge mobile computing technology, the MobiUS systems are available at a fraction of the cost of typical ultrasound systems. They utilize standards-based technology for easy implementation and shorter learning curves. The MobiUS TC1 is highly mobile and compact to fit into a broad range of uses and locations, and provides instant connectivity through Wi-Fi. The system enables diagnosis and treatment in trauma (FAST exam, lung, cardiac screening), abdominal pain, AAA and other routine screening such as bladder assessment, OB/GYN assessments, triage, ultrasound-guided procedures and much more.

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