Archive for March 2016

Clarius Medical Student Showcase

Laurent Pelissier demonstrating Clarius for medical students

Here at Clarius, one of our guiding principles is to engage as directly as possible with the medical community to understand the challenges that practitioners face and what they want in their tools. As part of this ongoing effort, we recently invited a select group of medical students to our offices for a live demo…

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AIUM Attendees Get a Sneak Peek at Clarius

Clarius Booth at AIUM 2016

Each year, ultrasound enthusiasts gather to teach or polish their skills and to learn what’s new in their industry at the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) conference.  Having mingled with this ultimate group of ultrasound gurus at past AIUMs, we decided it was the ideal venue to gather some early feedback and spread…

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Wireless, Handheld Ultrasound For iOS and Android Debuts

Clarius Scanner

Mobile scanner works with mobile app, giving physicians the freedom to perform ultrasound exams anywhere, anytime New York, NY, March 18, 2106 (PR NEWSWIRE) – Clarius Mobile Health is showcasing the world’s first handheld ultrasound scanner with a mobile application for iOS and Android smart devices at the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Conference…

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Your next stethoscope has see-through video capabilities

Three generations of ultrasound machines evolving from large wired ones to the wireless Clarius ultrasound scanner

Laurent Pelissier, Chairman and CEO, Clarius Mobile Health Ten years ago, when Facebook was still a student project and the iPhone didn’t exist, if someone predicted that we would be able to take National Geographic-quality photos with our mobile phones and then post them on the Internet for anyone to see instantly, most of us…

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A Brief History of Clarius

Co-founders Laurent Pelissier & Dave Willis using Clarius

Laurent Pelissier, Chairman and CEO, Clarius Mobile Health I have spent my career in Ultrasound. 17 years ago I designed the first PC-based ultrasound research system and founded Ultrasonix. We became the leaders in ultrasound research interfaces, then expanded into point of care with programmable, software-based machines. Ultrasonix was acquired three years ago and I…

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