24 September 2021

On September 20th, 2021, Delft Imaging launched BabyChecker: an affordable and portable smartphone-based ultrasound solution. The BabyChecker is the first project within POCUS and is aimed at reducing maternal death in developing countries using a sweep protocol with integrated deep learning analysis to scan pregnant women and detect those with a high risk pregnancy.

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