BMV dual-head Wireless Portable Doppler Ultrasound 3 in 1 Wi-Fi ultrasound probe color doppler
BMV dual-head Wireless Portable Doppler Ultrasound
High-Definition Ultrasound Imaging You Can Trust for Your Specialty
Manage your exams anywhere and improve patient outcomes with clear, real-time imaging that is easy to use, affordable, and ultra-portable.
Unmatched Image Quality
BMV delivers sharp and clear imaging to easily identify anatomy, confidently diagnose pathology, and guide procedures in real-time at the bedside.
Powered by artificial intelligence, 128 piezoelectric elements, and (not one but) eight beamformers.
- Composed of two heads, which can be applied to multiple applications at the same time, including cardiac examination.
- Lower cost than buying three separate one-headed probes.
- Small and light, easy to carry and operate, very suitable for emergency clinical, hospital ward inspection, community clinical and outdoor inspect.
- Wireless connected to Tablet or Smart Phone , can be conveniently used in surgery without fixing of cables. And by using the disposable protecting cover, it can easily solve the sterilization issue of the probe.
- For powerful communication capability of the smart terminals, the wireless probe can meet the needs of the telemedicine.
- Software is free for life.
- Waterproof design, convenient for sterilization.
Wireless & Future Proof
The future of smart devices is portless. BMV now features the latest antenna technology finely tuned for the most reliable direct WIFI connection to your mobile iOS or Android devices—no ports, no cables. Untethered, you have absolute freedom to scan everywhere.
Our advanced imaging tools are included in the latest BMV Ultrasound App.
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“When I started working on ultrasound machines, they were huge and they didn’t have a lot of capabilities. Now I can fit a whole ultrasound machine in my pocket and I have small pockets. I can walk to a patient and start scanning with BMV and my phone in a minute. I think it’s great!”
I, as an expert in Fetal Medicine and Echocardiography, has used dozens of ultrasound systems since I graduated from medical school in the 1980s. I credit the evolution of ultrasound technology with the development of fetal medicine and the early detection of fetal anomalies.