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Doppler ultrasound made easy


Wireless, wearable Doppler ultrasound that directly assesses carotid arterial pulse within seconds. Just activate, apply, and assess.


Data from the FloPatch provides a window to the left ventricle. There is a strong association between changing stroke volume and carotid Doppler pulse.


Doppler metrics can help clinicians determine when a patient is no longer fluid responsive, avoiding harmful and ineffective IV fluids.

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September 21, 2023 Riverside University Health System to Implement FloPatch by Flosonics, Revolutionizing Precision Fluid Management in Sepsis Care

RIVERSIDE, Calif., September 21, 2023 /Business Wire/ — Riverside University Health System is proud to announce the implementation of FloPatch by Flosonics Medical. As a pioneer in adopting new, ground-breaking medical technology, Riverside is making a significant leap forward in healthcare innovation, particularly in the life-saving area of sepsis management.  FloPatch is a revolutionary tool […]

March 14, 2023 El Camino Health is first in the world to adopt FloPatch advanced ultrasound technology for sepsis management

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 14, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — El Camino Health is the first health system in the world to adopt FloPatch, an innovative new technology that monitors blood flow in real time. Developed by Flosonics Medical, FloPatch is the world’s first wireless, wearable Doppler ultra-sound system that helps clinicians better manage intravenous (IV) fluid therapy earlier in the sepsis […]

March 1, 2023 Flosonics Medical Announces Publication of STOP FLOODING Observational Study Employing Wireless, Wearable Doppler Ultrasound

SUDBURY, Ontario–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Flosonics Medical, a company dedicated to improving patient care with wireless, wearable ultrasound sensors, announced today the publication of an observational study in the Journal of Intensive Care. The results provide strong evidence for the use of FloPatch® to help prevent the over-prescription of IV fluids in adult patients with sepsis, septic shock and other […]