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Echosens develops, manufactures and markets non-invasive diagnostic products and services: FibroScan and FibroMeter.
FibroScan, based on proprietary Vibration Control Transient Elastography (VCTE™), is used worldwide in routine clinical practice and research. It has made radical changes in the way hepatologists diagnose and follow-up patients with chronic liver diseases.
The advantages of the technology have been demonstrated in more than 750 peer-reviewed publications since 2003.
FibroMeter scores combine several biological markers to predict the presence of fibrosis in the liver. This complete range of blood tests has given rise to the publication of many articles in world-class scientific journals, and is covered by a series of patents.
Echosens products are marketed all over the world through a strong marketing and service organization.

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Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

North Asia


South America

South Asia

South-east Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

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European Union

North America

North Asia

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North America

North Asia

South America

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Blood test to score hepatic fibrosis

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FibroScan 502 Touch

Non-invasive liver diagnostic tool

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FibroScan 530 Compact

Liver fibrosis / cirrhosis / steatosis non invasive quantification to avoid painful liver biopsies

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