Our SaaS solution guides practitioners during fetal ultrasounds.
Birth defects affect 1 in 331 babies born in Europe and in the US. In 50%3 of cases, the defects had not been detected during the ultrasound, showing how complex fetal medicine is.
Practitioners in charge of prenatal screening must follow precise guidelines. Even when tired. Even after 15 scans during the day. Sonio aims at helping them not forget anything, better take risk factors into account. When an anomaly is seen, Sonio’s objective is to help practitioners qualify it.
Physicians in charge of prenatal diagnostics face hundreds of signs visible on an ultrasound. Sonio Diagnostics accompanies them daily, and guides them through 250 syndromes and 700 hundred anomalies.
Sonio guides practitionners in charge of prenatal screening and diagnosis before, during and after the examination. Sonio will help to prepare for a scan, in real time or after the exam to remove doubts or prepare for the multidisciplinary staff meeting.
Sonio puts Artificial Intelligence at the service of prenatal medicine to improve the health of women and children around the world.
Sonio is the result of 5 years of research and collaboration between leading experts in fetal medicine and artificial intelligence. Its goal is to support the analysis of practitioners in prenatal screening and diagnosis.
Guided by Sonio, the practitioner combines all types of risk factors and signs visible on ultrasound with nearly 300 prenatal syndromes. Sonio indicates the anomalies to look for and provides a smart checklist.
Assured by Sonio of the completeness of his examination or the consistency of his diagnosis, the practitioner sees his mental load decrease, allowing him to better discuss with the parents.
Optimization of the care pathway
A guide to prenatal screening and diagnosis, Sonio allows practitioners to share clear, comprehensive and contextualized information.
1 Kinsner-Ovaskainen, A., Morris, J., Garne, E., Loane, M. and Lanzoni, M., European Monitoring of Congenital Anomalies: JRC-EUROCAT Report on Statistical Monitoring of Congenital Anomalies (2008 – 2017), EUR 30158 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2020, ISBN 978-92-76-17771-5, doi:10.2760/575186, JRC120236
2 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Update on overall prevalence of major birth defects–Atlanta, Georgia, 1978-2005. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2008;57(1):1-5
3 Prenatal detection rates charts and tables. Eu-rd-platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu. https://eu-rd-platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/eurocat/eurocat-data/prenatal-screening-and-diagnosis_en. Published 2021. Accessed July 19, 2021.