World’s First

Doppler assessments in a wireless, wearable package

FloPatch

Point of care ultrasound assessments are vital to truly informed clinical decisions around fluid resuscitation and management. However, Doppler assessment with conventional bedside ultrasound is cumbersome and time consuming.

Introducing the world’s first wireless, wearable Doppler ultrasound. FloPatch provides clinicians with rapid, repeatable, and trusted hemodynamic assessments in seconds. Just activate, apply, and assess.

Don’t miss a beat

FloPatch App

Designed with feedback from clinicians, the FloPatch app provides a user-friendly interface that displays a real-time trace of arterial blood velocity. The advanced analytics engine quantifies every heart beat to provide hemodynamic metrics.

Bi-direction quantitative Doppler

First wearable ultrasound system

Pulse discovery

Intuitive workflow and GUI

Cloud connected

Realtime hemodynamics

First wearable ultrasound system

Bi-direction quantitative Doppler

Pulse discovery

Intuitive workflow and GUI

Realtime hemodynamics

Cloud connected

FloPatch

  • Seeing is believing

    Clinicians can follow the live arterial Doppler trace to have confidence in the measurements they’re performing.

  • Follow the trend

    FloPatch is hands-free and continues to display trending data while clinicians work at the bedside.

  • Dynamic assessments

    Measurement tools help clinicians quantify hemodynamic changes in response to an intervention.

  • Advanced Doppler

    The live Doppler spectrogram view provides metrics like Corrected Flow Time (FTc) and Velocity Time Integral (VTI) for advanced ultrasound users to observe and interrogate.

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Latest News

April 1, 2022 Flosonics Medical receives over $1.5 million through the province’s Ontario Together Fund

The investment will allow Flosonics Medical to scale up the manufacturing and distribution of cutting-edge medical solutions while strengthening the province’s pandemic supply chain

March 3, 2022 Flosonics Medical graduates from Fogarty Innovation’s prestigious Company Accelerator Program

The program assisted Flosonics Medical in developing a strong market entry plan as it moves toward the commercial launch of its wearable, wireless Doppler ultrasound system

August 1, 2021 New study finds that carotid Doppler ultrasonography correlates with stroke volume in a human model of hypovolemia and resuscitation

An analysis of 48,570 cardiac cycles revealed that monitoring stroke volume change via carotid Doppler might support the diagnosis and management of evolving hypovolemia