Best Nomos, A TeamBest Global Company, Launches Its Most Modern, Highly Innovative Compact SONALIS Ultrasound System

Best Nomos, A TeamBest Global Company, Launches Its Most Modern, Highly Innovative Compact SONALIS Ultrasound System

Washington, DC, USA – April 25, 2024

Best Nomos, which is a part of TeamBest Global Companies (TBG), is all set to launch its most modern, highly innovative Compact SONALIS Ultrasound System.  Over the past 15 years, Best Nomos has been working on a range of ultrasound systems, and now it has developed and is introducing the most novel, flexible, modern system, with a large 21.5" touch screen providing the highest resolution.  It is capable of using 20 different probes for diagnosis.

Using the systems previous hallmark SimulView™ Technology, the system provides superior visualization of HDR, LDR, Tranperineal Biopsies, fiducial marker placements, or any other procedure that can be performed with a transrectal ultrasound system.  Best Nomos's patented SimulView™ Technology provides simultaneous "live" views of the prostate in both planes, thereby increasing treatment accuracy and precision.  Among its many capabilities, the advanced system also features: longitudinal array providing for 140 mm length of view encompassing the bladder, prostate and perineum; superior HD image resolution for improved implant accuracy, speed and physician confidence level; the system easily converts from stand-based to desktop without losing any functionality; dual battery backup for an uninterrupted power supply in loss of power situations; and more.

The system capabilities have been expanded and enhanced to support 20 different probes for multiple procedure locations in several new disciplines.  These disciplines include Cardiac, Musculoskeletal, Nerve, Venus and more.  TBG will manufacture millions of these probes in the USA and India, and offer them at moderate prices worldwide, ensuring the highest quality.

Additionally, the Best Cure Foundation, a non-profit organization, will initiate the transition to ultrasound screening for breast cancer as an alternative to the current standard of using mammography.  Since breast cancer can be detected in women as young as 20 years old or in their teens, it is essential to use ultrasound for breast cancer and other cancer screenings as an alternative to mammography.

Click here to watch a video demonstration of the Compact Sonalis Ultrasound System.

Click here to view the original press release.

Click here to download the PDF.

Click here to open the corresponding BusinessWire Link.