Clarius is demonstrating its wireless, handheld ultrasound scanners this week at the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine (WADEM) Congress in Toronto, Ontario from April 25-28, 2017.
The three-day event is a meeting of global experts to exchange knowledge and best practices on pre-hospital and in-hospital emergency medical care, disaster health and response, and emergency public health and safety.
Clarius has many qualities that make it the ideal ultrasound system for challenging environments outside the hospital,” said Neena Rahemtulla, Clarius Mobile Health’s Vice President of Marketing. “We’re looking forward to receiving feedback on our wireless scanners from experts in the specialized field of disaster response.”
Clarius is an emerging leader in emergency medical care. Wireless and compatible with most iOS and Android smartphones and tablets available today, Clarius ultrasound scanners are useful for physicians to help triage critically ill patients and to diagnose problems such as lung collapse, bleeding in the abdomen and broken bones and dislocations.
With its magnesium case, Clarius Scanners are designed to withstand challenging environments and are water submersible for easy cleaning and disinfection. Clarius Scanners are powered by a rechargeable battery, which is easily exchanged when running low. The Point-and-Shoot Ultrasound® scanners have automated gain and frequency settings making enabling fast and easy scanning.
Clarius Ultrasound Scanners are intended for clinicians to conduct quick scans and to guide short procedures. The Clarius C3 multipurpose ultrasound scanner is designed to image the abdomen and lungs; it also incorporates a virtual phased array for quick scans of the heart. The Clarius L7 is designed for guiding procedures and imaging superficial structures. WADEM attendees wanting to get a closer look at the hand-held scanner can visit us every day of the show at booth 16.
Watch this video to learn more about Clarius Point-and-Shoot Ultrasound® Scanners: