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3/20/12 - TERASON AND SOMA RECEIVE FDA CLEARANCE FOR NEW NEEDLE VISUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY

BURLINGTON, MA – (March 20, 2012) – Terason, the leading manufacturer of high-performance portable ultrasound systems and Soma Access Systems LLC today announced that they have received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for a new transducer equipped with AxoTrack™ needle visualization technology. This innovative combination of traditional ultrasound imaging with virtual needle technology provides unprecedented real-time needle tracking for a variety of ultrasound-guided procedures. Terason is the first to offer Soma's AxoTrack technology commercially on their ultrasound systems. Read More

4/29/11 - Dr. Stephen F. Ridley to Speak about Needle Guidance at World Congress - Ultrasound in Medical EducationSoma Access Systems to exhibit in booth number three

Dr. Stephen F. Ridley, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Palmetto Health in Columbia, S.C. and President of Soma Access Systems LLC, will give a presentation during the Concurrent Sessions on Guided Procedures at the first World Congress: Ultrasound in Medical Education in Columbia, S.C. on Saturday, April 30th.  Soma Access Systems is exhibiting in booth number three. Read More

9/28/10 - SOMA ACCESS SYSTEMS UNVEILS REVOLUTIONARY VASCULAR ACCESS TECHNOLOGY AT SCIENTIFIC ASSEMBLYAddresses AHRQ and ABIM Recommendation for Real-Time Ultrasound Guided Central Line Insertion

Las Vegas, NV – (September 28, 2010) – Soma Access Systems LLC, a medical technology company based in Greenville, SC, officially unveiled its new product, the ExactTrack™ vascular access probe with Virtual Needle Technology™ at the American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly. ExactTrack™ specifically addresses the recommendations from both the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the American Board of Internal Medicine for "the use of real-time ultrasound guidance during central line insertion to prevent complications."1 The recommendations have gone largely unheeded due to the level of difficulty of current methods, leaving less than 15% of physicians performing the procedure using ultrasound guidance2. Read More

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