MedXPress.Pro is founded and managed by leaders and innovators in ultrasonography and education. We used our keen insight into real life clinical practice and educational challenges to develop the line of products that improve patient safety and educational challenges.
Introducing MINISIM© – Ultrasound Tissue Simulators – the most time efficient ultrasound trainers on the market. Developed by key opinion leaders and top workshop instructors, MINISIMS© are the most anatomically accurate, tissue-like trainers to date.
The point of care ultrasound is rapidly becoming the standard of care worldwide. However, the training on the safe and efficacious use of ultrasound is inadequate. The training is ideally done with simulation, rather then in actual patients. MedXpress.Pro introduces MINISM ©, its proprietary line of hi-fidelity ultrasound trainers.
TIME OUT PROCEDURE DRAPE
Procedure Drapes are manufactured to the highest quality standards and combine functionality with a reminder to preform the mandated checklist before performing the procedure.
Our proprietary Time Out™ ultrasound probe covers re-enforce the check list (Time Out™) to assure correct procedure, patient and laterality at the point of care. Mandating the use of Time Out™ probe covers virtually assures the compliance with Time Out™ process before procedure is being performed as it requires the operator to remove the reminder before being able to utilize the ultrasound.
US and International Patents Pending.
Our products are developed by innovators in clinical care and education. We invested countless of hours in understanding the unresolved industry problems and created effective and tested solutions.
Our mission is to discover, develop and deliver innovative products that help clinicians teach, eliminate inefficiencies and patient safety.
Our Vision: With collaboration from NYSORA’s network of key opinion leaders, top clinicians, educators and engineers we aim to bridge the gap between the clinical, patient safety and educational needs of the health care providers and institutions.