[VIDEO] Clarius Classroom Now Includes Veterinary Ultrasound Education Videos

We’re very excited to work with Dr. Camilla Edwards, DVIM, of First Opinion Veterinary Ultrasound to deliver new ultrasound education for veterinarians! Dr. Edwards is a peripatetic veterinary ultra sonographer who teaches ultrasound with IMV-imaging, Celtic SMR and also delivers her own courses. Dr. Edwards recently delivered a webinar where she taught common ultrasound scanning…

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[VIDEO] Introducing Clarius Classroom with 30+ New Educational Ultrasound Videos

Dr. Oron Frenkel, an emergency physician, ultrasound educator, and Chairman of the Clarius Medical Advisory Board, is on a mission to enable more clinicians to learn to effectively use point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS). This year, he’s been working with our team on a series of brief instructional videos. Together, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of…

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Helpful Tips for Measuring Pathology on Thoroughbred Race Horses with Ultrasound

Dr. Christopher Elliott, a global equine sports medicine and rehabilitation expert, recently shared his experience with treating thoroughbred horses at his practice in Australia during a webinar.  Following are excerpts that highlight his best practices for measuring and documenting pathology for accurate diagnosis and for measuring progress during rehabilitation. “Following is an ultrasound exam video…

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Using Handheld Ultrasound to Diagnose and Treat Abdominoplasty Seromas

We recently invited Dr. Marc Salzman, a double-board certified plastic surgeon, award-winning educator and Clarius user, to share his expertise. During a one-hour webinar, he took us through three cases, including one where he shared how handheld ultrasound is quick and safe for the surveillance of silent breast implant ruptures. He next discussed how handheld…

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10 Steps for Diagnosing and Reporting on SFDT Injuries Using Ultrasound

As a global equine sports medicine and rehabilitation expert, Dr. Christopher Elliott has perfected his process for evaluating Superficial Digital Flexor Tendon (SDFT) injuries using ultrasound. It’s the most common soft tissue structure he scans on race horses, as well as pleasure horses. We asked him to share his best practices during a recent webinar:…

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8 Ways MSK Ultrasounds Adds Value to Your Practice

After honing his skills as an MSK sonologist over 14 years, Greg Fritz, PT, DPT, RMSK, is eager to spread the word about how using ultrasound has made him a better physiotherapist. He recently shared his insights during a webinar presented by Clarius. Read on to learn what Greg said about how ultrasound has added…

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