Whole-body assessment at the bedside. Make decisions on the first patient visit.

An integrated imaging solution supporting applications as varied as your patients, from soft-tissue assessment to CHF detection.

Get help detecting CHF in your patients.

Lung ultrasound (LUS) can help clinicians rapidly and accurately identify most of the common causes of dyspnea, such as congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and pneumonia.

With our Auto B-line Counter tool, clinicians can use artificial intelligence to efficiently and accurately quantify B-lines during their lung assessments, potentially improving efficiency and reliability.

CHF is increasing in prevalence, and is considered a global pandemic1. Research has shown that early intervention can lead to a better prognosis2 overall.

Easily evaluate urinary retention.

The ability to quickly measure a patient’s bladder volume at the bedside using Butterfly iQ+ can help support intervention decisions. With the Auto Bladder volume tool, clinicians can objectively calculate bladder quantity in mLs at the bedside.

Over a five-year period, approximately 1 in 10 men over the age of 70 and almost 1 in 3 men in their 80s will develop acute urinary retention4.

Quickly assess soft tissue infection.

Clinical exam alone is insufficiently accurate to differentiate cellulitis from abscess in many cases.

On soft tissue ultrasound, cellulitis has a characteristic cobblestone appearance. Abscess, by contrast, is associated with a typical ultrasound appearance of discrete fluid collections. Outpatient procedural management of skin abscesses by primary care physicians was altered in more than half the cases by performing point-of-care ultrasound prior to incision and drainage5, avoiding unnecessary procedures.

With sound

“Point-of-care ultrasound allows me to rapidly narrow my differential diagnosis and often gives me a definitive diagnosis, all in real-time right at the bedside.”

– Dr. Kevin Bergman

Family physician


Clinical evidence.

The Journal of Family Practice

A guide to impactful applications where POCUS is designated as “safe, accurate, and beneficial” as well as able to be performed with a relatively small amount of training by non-radiology specialists, including family physicians.

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American Academy of Family Physicians

A study mapping the frequency of POCUS use as well as comparative ancillary tests in family medicine suggests support of investment in physician time and capital in Butterfly iQ.

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