This might be a bit niche, but for anyone who wants a way to protect their new ultrasound, I think i've figured out a reasonable solution for a protective case that will fit in your white coat pocket. I have no idea why butterfly wouldn't have thought that we would want a simple way to protect a $2k piece of equipment in our white coat pocket (sorry but the belt clip isn't a great solution) but I did some digging. If you look online, you see some EM ppl have videos using those large protective cases you have to hand carry. Nobody has suggestions for something that can fit in your pocket.
So I found a portable speaker case that almost perfectly fits the dimensions. You might want a little bit of foam to support the end perfectly but it will fit if you lay it so that the edge of the cable coming out of the ultrasound will rest close to the zipper as it loops around but this doesn't put stress on the end. I usually won't zip the case all the way (just up to where the cord comes close to the zipper) in order to minimize any stress it may put on the cord. It's still zipped like 90% of the way and i just put it in my pocket, probe head down and haven't had any issues with it unzipping or anything. It feels very snug and secure and the case feels like it'll protect it a good bit from random bumps into walls/white coat falling to the floor etc.
It takes up a little more room than the ultrasound itself in your pocket so if the ultrasound fit, imagine a little more bulk and thats how the ultrasound in teh case will feel.
The link is below. The amazon link has several options most of which are different colors but the last one is a rectangular shape which doesn't fit as well and is bulkier. Get the elongated one (dimensions are 7.5x2x3 inches). I've tested a bunch of cases and this was the best by far. Haven't found any that will perfectly fit the entire device and are reasonably sized to fit in your pocket.
Hope this helps.
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