Xperius Regional anesthesia ultrasound system

Xperius

Regional anesthesia ultrasound system

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The Xperius Ultrasound System is the new point-of-care innovation by B. Braun and Philips specially designed as the platform to support current and future integrated solutions in ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia.

Features
Advanced ergonomics
Advanced ergonomics

Advanced ergonomics

A fully articulating arm allows easy adjustments of the ultrasound monitor position and the angle of the screen for ergonomic use and better view on the screen.
Intuitive touchscreen interface
Intuitive touchscreen interface

Intuitive touchscreen interface

The multi-touch ultrasound system delivers just the right features and on-screen controls you need. Xperius makes it easy to provide care in less time.
Onvision® needle tip tracking
Onvision® needle tip tracking

Onvision® needle tip tracking

Failure to optimally visualize the needle tip remains a challenge, with 10-15% of all peripheral nerve blocks ineffective after a single-injection technique [1]. Onvision accurately indicates where the needle tip is inside the body [2]. It helps the user align the needle with the probe in a user-friendly interface that can lead to a reduction in procedural time [3].
Exceptional image quality
Exceptional image quality

Exceptional image quality

High quality images of nerves and tissue structures for confident diagnoses and precise needle guided procedures. And the predetermined settings are designed so you can spend less time adjusting controls and more time focusing on your patients.
Mobile Workspot
Mobile Workspot

Mobile Workspot

Take advantage of the portable device for quick bedside scanning or interventions in your facility, on-the-go and satellite locations. Note: sold separately.
B.Braun & Philips Partnership
B.Braun & Philips Partnership

B.Braun & Philips Partnership

B.Braun, the global leader in regional anesthesia and pain management, and Philips, a global leader in image guided therapy solutions, are leveraging their combined expertise to create innovation solutions in regional anesthesia and vascular access.
  • [1] Paqueron X. Time Sequence of Sensory Changes after Upper Extremity Block. Anesthesiology 2004; 101:162-8
  • [2] Test Report Validation - NTT for PNB, Document Number: D000245353, Philips Medical Systems Nederland B.V.
  • [3] Kåsine, T., et al. Needle tip tracking for ultrasound‐guided peripheral nerve block procedures—An observer blinded, randomised, controlled, crossover study on a phantom model. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 2019;00:1–8. https: //doi. org/10.1111/aas.13379