Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound 17+

One probe, whole body imaging‪.‬

Butterfly Network

    • 4.9 • 2.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

The future of ultrasound is here. Experience a groundbreaking ultrasound solution and the world’s only single-probe, whole-body handheld device: Butterfly iQ+.

Innovation within reach.
20 clinical presets and advanced imaging capabilities with familiar touch interactions for unprecedented ease of use.

Enhance your skills anytime.
Butterfly Education videos at your fingertips. Watch curated ultrasound education videos, taught by experts.

Unlimited secure storage.
Capture images or clips and upload to your HIPAA, GDPR, and APP-compliant Butterfly Cloud.

Teamwork made easy.
Real-time, seamless collaboration with your colleagues to help simplify clinical workflows.

For healthcare professionals only. Visit butterflynetwork.com/specs to check supported devices. Feature availability varies by geography, visit support.butterflynetwork.com for more information. Requires a compatible medical device.

What’s New

Version 2.13.0

This release contains new functionality, bug fixes and performance improvements.

If you have any questions or need support, visit support.butterflynetwork.com. Thank you for being part of the Butterfly community!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
2.7K Ratings

2.7K Ratings

Shane Htet Han ,

I seriously enjoy the quality of user support.

Imagine having a professional team waiting to help you while you are making a good use of world's first hand-held, single-probe whole-body ultrasound system, conveniently in your palm with your phone? I am from Myanmar where specialist doctors are so scarce and hospitals are so far from majority or barely functional. I received POCUS training while working at MSF in a hilly remote area, which purpose was to train rural doctors with basic POCUS skills to help mountain people who rarely use currency. The short training was backed by telemedicine and it made a great change for five doctors and their patients.

Owning an ultrasound machine was merely a dream for poor doctors here... before Butterfly iq was born. This is actually not supposed to be using here in Myanmar but I believed it would help my clinical life and I ordered one with the help of a friend from US. Difficultly shipped to here and I downloaded the app using VPN app.

Now I connect the black blue beauty with my new iPad mini5 and instantly, I am in love.

Thank you, Butterfly Team! Wish you all be healthy, peaceful and Happy New Year!

TrblshtHuman ,

Not for the faint

Have been using this for over a year.
Great for clinical/interventional radiologists.
It’s ease of use won’t compensate for lack of experience or practice.
It does generate artifact at low resolution which will mislead many, so don’t expect it to make you a better clinician if you don’t have a pretty solid grasp of relational anatomy in every dimension or US technique with a full size machine.
In my opinion it’s not a great tool to practice US either. Your pictures wont come out like the book if you don’t know what the variants look like. It definitely motivates and lowers threshold for accessibility, but has high potential to confuse learners than accurately teach (blind leading the blind).
The updates and subscription control on the system are cumbersome so even though you bought the probe, it sort of doesn’t really belong to you without a subscription.
It’s great on missions and in a pinch using it for diagnosis and intervention. But I can tell you first hand - it’s not for the masses and can be dangerous in inexperienced (and usually overconfident) hands.

PineTreeEDDoc ,

Great device. Two requests

The US is fantastic and provides great images for diagnosis, procedures, and teaching. I’ve recommend this to all my partners (ED docs) and we’re using it in the prehospital environment too. However, I have 2 asks, 1 easy, one not so easy.
1. For vascular access presets, would you please add a digital centerline on the screen that can be turned on and off? It’s great to have probe markers but a corresponding line on the screen would be helpful.
2. Bluetooth model please. Wireless would make this the perfect device for every clinician to carry on their pocket.

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