November 5, 2021

Episode 302: How a Tucson company is making ultrasound more available in developing countries

A Tucson-based startup wants to help expand ultrasound technology in nations that face major healthcare challenges.

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Episode 302: How a Tucson company is making ultrasound more available in developing countries

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A Tucson-based startup wants to help expand ultrasound technology in nations that face major healthcare challenges. Banner University Medical Center radiologist Berndt Schmit details a handheld device developed in Tucson that can send an ultrasound image directly to a doctor or patient’s smartphone.

Berndt Schmit spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the University of Arizona Space Institute.

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