Archive for September 2016

Clarius at the World Congress of Ultrasound in Medicine

Clarius wireless ultrasound scanner at World Congress Ultrasound in Medical Education

Dave Willis and Brad Nichol represented Clarius Mobile Health at the World Congress of Ultrasound in Medicine (WCUME 2016) at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas. An annual event, WCUME brings together practitioners from around the world to share best practices on ultrasound use in medicine and medical education. “We believe…

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Branden Miesemer on Why the Time is Right for POCUS in Emergency Medical Services

The Time is Right for POCUS in Emergency Medical Services

Over the past few years, point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) has transformed many areas of healthcare. Affordable handheld ultrasound devices like Clarius are paving the way for more healthcare professionals to use ultrasound to enhance patient care. Paramedic and FOAMed educator Branden Miesemer has written an interesting article at EMSWorld.com about the history of POCUS and its…

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Gail Nichols on the Clarius C7 Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner

Gail Nichols holding the Clarius C7 Scanner

Gail Nichols has 30 years of ultrasound experience, and specializes in veterinary ultrasound. Through her company, Sound Interactions, she provides ultrasound consulting and education services. We invited Gail to conduct some live scanning with the Clarius C7 Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner. In this guest post, she shares some of her thoughts on the Clarius C7. Two…

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Scanning Live Animals with the Clarius C7 Veterinary Ultrasound Scanner

Over the past decade, veterinary ultrasound has become a powerful medical tool. Studies have already shown that ultrasound can be very useful in treating human patients. When it comes to animals who are unable to communicate their symptoms directly, it becomes an even more potent diagnostic aid. Clarius has developed a C7 micro-convex scanner for…

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