Philipp Stolka

Chief Technology Officer of Clear Guide Medical, Philipp Stolka, demonstrates how to use the company's new protoype Clear Guide I at the Johns Hopkins University business accelerator, FastForward. The protoype provides simple navigation for needle-based ultrasounds and at its current state, helps physicians easily locate possible tumors during biopsies. The company hopes their protoype will expand to use in MRIs, X-rays, obstretic ultrasounds, and epidural applications.

( Erin Kirkland, Baltimore Sun / June 24, 2013 )

Chief Technology Officer of Clear Guide Medical, Philipp Stolka, demonstrates how to use the company's new protoype Clear Guide I at the Johns Hopkins University business accelerator, FastForward. The protoype provides simple navigation for needle-based ultrasounds and at its current state, helps physicians easily locate possible tumors during biopsies. The company hopes their protoype will expand to use in MRIs, X-rays, obstretic ultrasounds, and epidural applications.

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