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Call for Proposals
Home Ultrasound Implementation Pilot

Background: Pulsenmore pioneers cutting-edge home ultrasound technology, enabling pregnant mothers to conduct self-scans with remote transmission of imaging clips to clinicians for fetal well-check diagnosis.

To familiarize yourself with the Pulsenmore solution, please visit this page for full background information.

This call for proposals aims to facilitate clinical research in prenatal care using the Pulsenmore ultrasound solution. We are interested in supporting pilot studies that investigate the potential implementation of our technology to maximize benefits and impact for patients, healthcare providers, and healthcare systems.

We invite clinicians across Europe to express their interest in receiving support from Pulsenmore by filling out the form below by May 30th 2024. Submitted forms will be reviewed by the Pulsenmore clinical team, and selected applicants will be contacted to submit the full proposal by June 27th 2024. Pilot kick-off will be conducted in the second half of 2024, with successful candidates being supported with devices, training, and pilot infrastructure.

For more information, please reach out to Dr. Ronit Shtrichman by email: [email protected]


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The Pulsenmore solution utilizes your smartphone’s processing and video streaming capabilities, communication protocols, display, and power resources. For this reason, not all smartphones meet the compatibility requirements. To insure your smartphone is compatible with the Pulsenmore Home Ultrasound check the Specification webpage.

Our commitment to patient safety and reliable scans guides the device’s design and functionality. The Pulsenmore device, connecting to a patient’s personal smartphone, optimally utilizes smartphone capabilities, minimizing material and resource consumption for enhanced environmental sustainability.

1. The Pulsenmore self-scan device is designed for use within a specific timeframe and usage limit. Extending its lifetime may compromise reading integrity due to material limitations.

2. Responsibility for device maintenance and home storage after the initial period cannot be assumed, impacting transducer quality and ultrasound scan reliability.

3. The device design and validated cleaning protocol do not allow transfer between patients, to avoid cross contamination and infection.

No, the product is subject to use in single pregnancies only.

The home ultrasound device is designed to provide continuity during pregnancy care and is intended to give you peace of mind.

Every scan requires medical interpretation, and it’s important to wait until the files are fully uploaded. You are not expected to understand or interpret the ultrasound scans; just follow the app’s instructions to scan, and receive a response from skilled ultrasound professionals .

You can view the scan in real-time while following the scanning instructions in the app. After the scan, the images are sent to the doctor and cannot be reviewed again.

In the App-Guided mode, the size of the zip file is about 20MB.The Clinician-Guided recorded scan is usually smaller, depending on the amount and length of clips.

Data is available for review for 30 days. During this time, the HCP can download and save the scans onto the patient file. More information is available in our Terms of Use.

No, the Clinician-Dashboard interface is an online web application that utilizes an active directory access technology (permission management tool).

The Pulsenmore Scan Key Code is generated by the HCP or admin within the clinician dashboard interface.It has unique identifiers based on the patient de-identified ID, selected mode (Clinician-Guided or App-Guided), and prescription details (frequency and time of use).The key is automatically transformed into a QR code and shared with the patient via email or SMS.

The device is designed for a single patient use, to prevent cross contamination.

Pulsenmore utilizes service logs and technical information to improve services and enhance user experience.Pseudonymized clinical data (also referred as de-identified data in the US) is used for clinical education,training, research and development purposes only.