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The NovaGuideTM Intelligent Ultrasound can help you maintain strict infectious disease protocols when assessing patients with COVID-19.

Using the NovaGuide to
assess patients with COVID-19

Critical care teams used the NovaGuide to monitor cerebral blood flow of 18 mechanically ventilated patients with COVID-19.

83% of patients had detectable microbubbles, signaling vascular shunting and revealing insights into the pathophysiology of the disease.

A chance to look inside the brain at blood flow patterns in real time.

As an essential healthcare business we are fully operational and not experiencing any disruptions to supply or manufacturing. Our teams are following strict COVID-19 protocols as defined by U.S. authorities. 

  • We have reduced the number of onsite staff to the minimum needed to maintain operations
  • Employees must wear masks, and hand sanitizing stations have been installed 
  • Temperature stations for employees to scan upon arrival
  • Staff areas are arranged to maintain social distancing guidelines

Patients with COVID-19

Patients with COVID-19 are at high risk of neurological complications.

Patients < 50 years of age have a 700% increase in risk of stroke1

Stroke complicated COVID-19 infection in 5.9% of patients at median 10 days after symptom onset.2

Patients with serious infection are more likely to have COVID-19 associated coagulopathy than patients with mild infection.3

The NovaGuide Intelligent Ultrasound

The NovaGuide can be used to assess patients with COVID-19
while helping providers maintain strict infectious disease protocols.


Assessments can be conducted on infectious disease floors, eliminating the need for the patient to be transported outside of contained areas


The robotic nature of the system enables autonomous monitoring, reducing the need for a provider to be in the head and neck area

Remote display

The display can be connected via an HDMI cable to televisions outside the treatment room, enabling distanced monitoring

Find out more

For immediate service needs, call 1 (877) 638-7251 ext. 3