Signostics Reveals New Ultrasound Device and Announces Key Partnership Agreement
Physicians now have access to an even faster and more accurate handheld ultrasound device, with Signostics today unveiling its new “Signos RT” model.
The Signos RT is Signostics’ second generation portable handheld ultrasound device and builds on the cutting-edge technology of the original Signos device by giving users the critical ability to view ultrasound images in real time.
Signostics anticipates the Signos RT will attract widespread interest from medical practitioners, healthcare professionals and veterinarians globally. The product is already available for sale in Australia and Europe, with USA availability for the human market pending 510(k) clearance.Continue Reading…
Ellex Secures Contract Manufacturing Agreement with Signostics Limited
Ellex Medical Lasers Limited (ASX:ELX), a global leader in ophthalmic laser and ultrasound technology, today announced that it has been awarded a contract by Signostics Limited, a pioneer in the development of hand-held medical ultrasound devices, to manufacture the critical sub-assembly of the Signostics ultrasound device, Signos RT.Continue Reading…
Signos Handheld Ultrasound Device in new clinical trials for detecting urinary retention in post-partum mothers
Signos Handheld Ultrasound Device in new clinical trials for detecting urinary retention in post-partum mothers.
Recent news story in conjunction with Flinders Medical Center.
Signostics Awarded $1.96 Million to Commercialise Handheld Ultrasound Device
Signostics has been awarded a $1.96 million grant from the Australian Government to commercialise its next-generation handheld ultrasound device.
As the major beneficiary of grants awarded by the Government through its Commercialisation Australia program – which will see 19 companies share in almost $8 million – Signostics will use the funding to further develop its pocket-sized ‘Signos’, which is the smallest, most affordable ultrasound device in the world.
Signostics Chief Executive Officer Dr Neil Bartlett says the funding is a major boost for the Adelaide-based company, which is targeting global markets with its handheld ultrasound products.Continue Reading…