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[VIDEO] Clarius Ultrasound for Rapid Thyroid Exams: New Measurement Package Correlates to ACR TI-RADS Standard

We’re excited to announce a new feature in Clarius Ultrasound App 8.0 that will enable radiologists, ENTs and endocrinologists to appropriately classify thyroid nodules when using high-frequency ultrasound. Designed to help prevent unnecessary interventions, our new thyroid preset now includes an advanced measurement package that correlates to the American College of Radiology (ACR) TI-RADSTM risk…

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[VIDEO] Ultrasound-Guided Pain Injections: Treating Severe Chronic Neck Pain and Headache with an Erector Spinae Nerve Block

During a recent webinar on ultrasound-guided pain procedures, renowned pain management expert Dr. David Rosenblum shared practical remedies for treating chronic pain. Focusing on a specific case, Dr. Rosenblum provided step-by-step instructions on how he performs an erector spinae nerve block using ultrasound guidance. To hone your skills, read on for Dr. Rosenblum’s detailed tips…

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[VIDEO] A Beginners Video Guide to Using Ultrasound in Your Veterinary Practice

As ultrasound systems become more affordable and easier to use, more veterinarians are using ultrasound in their clinics to improve diagnostic accuracy. But a lack of training is still considered a barrier to widespread adoption. To address this need, Clarius regularly engages ultrasound educators to present educational webinars and video tutorials that provide practical tips…

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[VIDEO] 6 Steps to Confirm a First Trimester Intrauterine Pregnancy Using Ultrasound

Emergency medicine and primary care physicians frequently see patients in the first 13 weeks of pregnancy. An intrauterine pregnancy can be quickly confirmed at the bedside with an ultrasound exam. As part of our Clarius Classroom POCUS (Point-of-Care) video series, Dr. Oron Frenkel, an emergency physician and ultrasound educator, demonstrates how to quickly identify an…

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[VIDEO] Learn How to Use Ultrasound To Treat Dermal Filler Complications Quickly

When Dr. Steven Weiner started using ultrasound guidance to improve outcomes and reduce complications resulting from facial cosmetic procedures, he didn’t realize that he’d soon become an internationally renowned speaker and educator. Not that long ago, he flew to Amsterdam to learn from Dr. Leonie Schelke, who has been using ultrasound at her clinic to…

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[VIDEO] Learn How to Use Ultrasound to Find Splenic Pathology in Small Animals

After years of working as an emergency and critical care veterinarian, Dr. Camilla Edwards, DVM, CertAVP, MRCV, is now dedicated to helping small animal vets with ultrasound. When we learned about her interest in Clarius ultrasound for veterinarians, we were quick to engage Dr. Edwards to help us build our library of veterinary ultrasound videos.…

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[VIDEO] How to Use Veterinary Ultrasound to Scan the Gallbladder of a Small Animal

This week we’re adding more practical tips from Dr. Camilla Edwards, DVIM to our library of point-of-care ultrasound training for veterinarians. An expert veterinary ultrasound educator, Dr. Edwards taught scanning techniques and pathology interpretation in a recent one-hour webinar “Practical Small Animal Ultrasound: Diagnosing Pathology with Intestinal, Gallbladder & Spleen Exams.“ Read on for an…

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[VIDEO] Learn How to Identify Three Common Lung Ailments Using Ultrasound

Earlier this month, we introduced Clarius Classroom, a free online resource featuring instructional POCUS (point-of-care ultrasound) videos. One of our primary contributors is Dr. Oron Frenkel, an emergency physician, ultrasound educator, and Chairman of the Clarius Medical Advisory Board. We also invite specialist physicians to share their expertise. This week, we’re sharing three short videos…

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[VIDEO] Ultrasound in Facial Aesthetics: Improving Filler Safety with Vascular Mapping

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, as the popularity of non-surgical fillers has grown, so has the incidence of corresponding complications. While some complications such as scarring and swelling are minimal, more severe cases of vascular occlusion or even blindness have been reported. In a recent webinar, Dr. Steven Weiner, a board-certified head, neck…

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