Intelligent Guidance. “Hit the spot” without a steep learning curve.
Get easy-to-interpret, precise identification of spinal midline and epidural location with industry-first technology that is sure to improve your efficiency and enhance patient satisfaction.
AccuroAccuro is an easy-to-use device that delivers superior imaging performance when administering epidural and spinal anesthesia. That means you achieve automatic epidural location and depth when you perform neuraxial anesthesia-related procedures and eliminates the “guessing game”. In turn, you improve the efficiency of your practice, the quality of your medical care, and the confidence and comfort you instill in your patients.
Wherever you go, Accuro can go.Because Accuro is about the size of a smart phone and battery operated, you can take it with you to use no matter where your patient happens to be. It’s handheld and untethered, and the touch screen can be rotated for easy viewing.
You don’t have to be a sonographer to use Accuro.Accuro guides you with automatic epidural location and depth interpretation, so you don’t have to be an expert at reading an ultrasound to benefit from this technology.
Affordability gives you accessibility.Because of Accuro’s affordable price, you can significantly improve quality of care and patient satisfaction without making a six-figure investment in capital equipment.
How Accuro Works
Improve the efficiency of your practice, the quality of your medical care, and the confidence and comfort you instill in your patients.
Accuro’s unique technology enables you to see what other ultrasound systems cannot see. Accuro’s state-of-the-art image guidance includes BoneEnhance™, which is designed to visualize bone landmarks, and SpineNav3D™, which guides you with automatic epidural location and depth.
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