Participate in the WFUMB survey – endocavity transducers – what methods are being used for reprocessing?

WFUMB (World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology) is conducting a brief worldwide survey on how ultrasound users clean endocavity transducers. This survey is anonymous and the data collected will assist in future projects on reprocessing methods for ultrasound transducers used for endocavity examinations.

The data will also enable WFUMB to target what educational support is needed by ultrasound users in regards to ultrasound transducer reprocessing.

To participate please scan the QR code below: