ATUSA scanner automatically captures the entire breast volume allowing for repeatable breast ultrasound imaging at point of care without the need for a trained ultrasound operator. With ATUSA’s proprietary scan method, physicians have advanced 3D visualization available at their fingertips to gain confidence in their diagnosis and monitoring of patients.
ATUSA’s wearable accessory and intuitive user interface ensure fast, easy and comfortable image acquisition. Scans only take two minute per breast and make breast imaging painless and convenient for patient and practitioner — finally!
ATUSA system is designed from the ground up to seamlessly integrate with AI in this unique hardware and software solution giving the physician a comprehensive set of tools for decision making and patient management
ATUSA's accessible ultrasound scanning opens the door to personalized longitudinal monitoring for high-risk individuals, providing providing increased access to care, better patient experience, peace of mind and confidence.
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Initially, the ATUSA system is aimed at physicians offices and women’s health clinics to allow for fast and convenient whole breast imaging at the point of care. The ATUSA system is fully automated, easy to operate and is meant to be used by physicians, nurses, and medical assistants.
The ATUSA system is made up of a 3D ultrasound scanner, a wearable accessory, a Windows application (desktop and tablet, Windows 7 and higher) for real-time image display, review and measurement and a secure web application for remote viewing with advanced 3D visualization
First, the patient attaches the wearable accessory and lies on her back. The operator then adjusts the breast tissue, applies coupling medium and attaches the 3D scanner. When the scanner is ready, it can be started from the ATUSA software with the press of a button to automatically image the whole breast volume, which takes approximately one minute. This procedure can then be repeated on the patient’s other breast.
Physicians, women’s health clinics and other relevant health care professionals can get access to the device by registering for a free demo or registering their interest to participate in the ATUSA pilot program. The ATUSA system is currently only available for investigational use and is not yet available for sale.
The ATUSA system does not require a radiologist or ultrasound technologist for image acquisition. ATUSA comes with comprehensive instructional videos for system operation and an initial live demo/training session. However, interpretation of images requires a physician with training in breast ultrasound.
The ATUSA system connects to your tablet or laptop via USB and does not require an internet connection. Acquired images are saved locally on your device and are automatically backed up to a HIPAA-compliant secure cloud storage when connected to the internet.
The ATUSA system is currently under FDA review. Any use of this product and the associated information is for investigational use only and not for a diagnostic, therapeutic or other clinical purposes. Some features described in this website are in the research phase of development and have not been demonstrated safe or effective for clinical use.
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