We make our ultrasound machines tough for one reason—the people who use them need it that way.
You want to focus on providing care to your patients, not on whether or not a transducer that fell off a gurney will need repairs. That is why we build our equipment to withstand a three-foot drop, and to operate in extreme temperatures under the most grueling conditions.
Durability is about removing the possibility of down time, and regardless of whether you are heading down the hall of an ICU or up the slopes of Everest, we aim to give you confidence that your SonoSite ultrasound machine will not break down when you need it most. There is peace of mind in knowing a tool can be counted on to perform when and where it is needed, and it is that peace of mind we aim to give every clinician who chooses SonoSite.
One of our greatest technical achievements is ease-of-use. The practice of medicine is hard enough—when you want to know what is going on, or how to proceed, SonoSite makes point-of-care ultrasound that will not block you with technical obstacles that slow you down. You get what you need, when and where you need it, so that you can provide your patient with the optimal care path. Making it easy for you to do your job better is simply the SonoSite way.