June 18, 2021 | Much like other technology devices, medical equipment is getting smaller. Ultrasound machines, for example, are no longer forced to live on carts that are pushed from examination room to examination room. Many can now fit in the palm of your hand and operate through Smart Phones. These “miniaturized” ultrasound devices are having a significant impact on healthcare and creating greater access to this life saving technology for patients around the world. According to research firm Market Data forecast, the global portable ultrasound market was worth $3.91 billion in 2020, and estimated to grow at a CAGR of 7.4% to reach $5.59 billion by 2025.

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