Industry Profiles

As the focused ultrasound field gains momentum, the number of manufacturers is also growing. To date, we are aware of 28 companies across the world that are developing focused ultrasound equipment. We have profiled a number of these innovative organizations.   

 

Mirabilis logoRead Mirabilis's company profile from March 2017.

 Verasonics logo 180Read Verasonic's company profile from November 2016.

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Read EpiSonica's company profile from October 2016.

  

sonacareRead SonaCare's company profile from January 2016

EdapRead EDAP's company profile from January 2016.

PhilipsRead Philips' company profiles from September 2015 and September 2014

SonicConcepts Read Sonic Concepts' profile from January 2015.  

TheraclionRead Theraclion's profile from May 2014. 

HistoSonics sm Read Histosonics' profile from April 2014. 

konamedical logo Read Kona Medical's profile from November 2013. 

 

 

 

 

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0 #4 FUS Foundation 2016-11-23 09:38
Hello Linda,

Thank you for your message. To date, they have not begun clinical trials of Alzheimer's disease, but we will certainly report on them when they start. We encourage you to subscribe to our mailing list to get the latest updates: http://www.fusfoundation.org/newsletter-signup
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0 #3 Linda Hollerich 2016-11-20 14:53
I am very interested in getting ultrasound treatment for my mother to treat her Alzheimer's. Are there any himan trials at this time in the United States. I am a firm neluever in this technology. My mother's mother and sister have both died from Alzheimer's, and she has 2 brothers with the disease add well. She herself was just recently diagnosed.
Any information you could give me to get my mom involved in a trial would be greatly appreciated.
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0 #2 FUS Foundation 2016-10-20 09:50
Hello Ken,

I have referred your question to our Chief Medical Officer. He should be getting in touch with you via email soon.
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0 #1 ken miller 2016-10-12 11:53
Has anyone of these companies refined the ultrasound to pinpoint the beam at the thalamus for dystonia tremors so there are a possibility of fewer side effects as the tremor treatment is a one sided affair you can say but to treat the dystonia tremor "as I've heard " you have to do both sides of the thalamus? Anyway was wondering if thats the companies research or the doctors?
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