Education

Artificial Intelligence in Medical Ultrasound Research

It’s no secret that Artificial Intelligence (AI) governs our lives through the consumer technology we use every day. AI is now disrupting various healthcare practices, including medical ultrasound imaging. In fact, the projected market value of AI within healthcare is expected to grow from $2B in 2018, to $36B in 2025. One of the most…

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A Brief History of Medical Ultrasound

When we first introduced the Clarius Handheld Ultrasound scanner in March 2016, the concept of truly portable ultrasound was very new and surprising to many.  But when you consider that medical ultrasound imaging has followed the same trend as personal computers, the miniaturization of ultrasound systems is a natural progression. As computers have become smaller…

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Using Elastography to understand musculoskeletal pathology

Last week, we introduced the elastography imaging mode available on our Clarius Ultrasound platform. Greg Fritz PT, DPT, RMSK, a practicing physiotherapist in Washington State, has been testing elastography with his Clarius scanner at his small practice. Here is the detailed account of his experience with this advanced Clarius feature. Physical Therapists, who critically identify musculoskeletal…

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Real-time Elastography Now Available on Clarius Handheld Ultrasound

Measuring elasticity and stiffness of soft tissue to detect the presence or progression of disease is a well-known diagnostic method.  Elastography is an ultrasound imaging modality that is established in medical literature and continues to evolve as a non-invasive diagnostic technique.  Until now, it has only been offered on high-end ultrasound systems due to the…

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The Benefits of Portable Ultrasound in your Practice

Clarius ultrasound for urology

We recently caught up with Dr. Kevin Zorn at the American Urology Association (AUA) meeting in Chicago to discuss his practice. Dr. Zorn is a urologist who started off his practice at the University of Chicago before moving to Montreal to head the BPH and Robotics Program at the University of Montreal. He is very…

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Research Toolkits

We offer various research tools that can be purchased individually with any scanner model. Research tools provide a unique way to work with the raw data that the scanner collects internally, as well the ability to develop custom software that can be used for real-time analysis. Our goal is to help make imaging research simple…

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Wireless Portable Ultrasound Accessibility Improves the Learning of Integrated Basic Sciences

Clarius Ultrasound Scanners are a mobile solution for medical schools, allowing students to have instant access to the technology in various settings. They play large role for California University of Science and Medicine‘s year 1 and 2 curriculum through integrated active-learning sessions examining anatomy, physiology and pathology. The following article documents how the early exposure…

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Wireless Ultrasound for Emergency Medical Services

TEAAM helicopter

Technical Evacuation Advanced Aero Medical Society (TEAAM) is an advanced life support Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) non-profit that responds to remote, austere wilderness and industrial settings outside of the scope and capability of the British Columbia Ambulance Services. TEAAM has been using the Clarius scanner for the past year and describes what it means…

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Clarius Awards $250,000 Worth of Advanced Ultrasound Technology to Four Medical Schools

Clarius Mobile Health announced the recipients for the Medical School Award (MSA) over the weekend, due to the cancellation of this year’s World Congress of Ultrasound in Medical Education (WCUME). The program received around 100 registrations and 4 applicants were selected. The Platinum Awards have been granted to SUNY Downstate College of Medicine in Brooklyn,…

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