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SonoSight gets 510(k) for handheld unit

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ATL Ultrasound spin-off SonoSight of Bothell, WA, reported this month that it has received 510(k) clearance from the Food and Drug Administration for the handheld ultrasound scanner it is developing (SCAN 3/18/98). The clearance covers 11 clinical

ATL Ultrasound spin-off SonoSight of Bothell, WA, reported this month that it has received 510(k) clearance from the Food and Drug Administration for the handheld ultrasound scanner it is developing (SCAN 3/18/98). The clearance covers 11 clinical applications, including ob/gyn, abdominal, and cardiovascular imaging. SonoSight plans to begin selling the handheld unit in the second half of 1999, with women’s healthcare the first target market.

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