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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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Ultrasound Imaging on a Surgical Mission to Biri Island

When Dr. Pete Tonseth was invited to go on a surgical mission to Biri Island in the Philippines, there was doubt about how much he could help. He was a radiologist, and in the years that the mission went to the island, there was no medical imaging equipment available. The initial reaction from the team…

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Clarius White Paper Series – Wireless Ultrasound

Clarius wireless ultrasound

The next paper in the series focuses on Clarius’ roots of developing the world’s first wireless ultrasound system to connect to both iOS and Android devices. Clarius is relatively platform-agnostic because of the use of wireless, since changes in mobile device design have less of an impact when connectors and other physical interfaces change. Wireless…

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Advancements in Speech Therapy Funded

Clarius ultrasound for speech therapy

We’re pleased to announce that, in partnership with researchers at the École de technologie supérieure (ETS) in Montreal, Clarius has received funding from the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to conduct research on using ultrasound in speech therapy. The collaboration will involve the imaging of children to capture and analyze data…

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Clarius White Paper Series – Information Security

With the FDA and other regulatory bodies focusing on cybersecurity in medical devices, this technical white paper comes at an important time. Clarius’ ultrasound systems are not only handheld and high-performance, but also have the benefit of running on most mobile devices and integrating with Cloud services. These were designed and engineered through security-driven requirements…

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Version 4 Software Release

After many months of development, we’re pleased to announce the release of our new App and Scanner software for our portable ultrasound devices. As always, Clarius is committed to providing the best user experience, and we’ve made many improvements for both iPhone ultrasound scanning as well as other platforms including iPad devices and Android phones…

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Advancements in 3D Ultrasound Technology Funded

Clarius is pleased to announce that in partnership with researchers at the University of Alberta, the company has received funding from the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), to collaborate on advancing three-dimensional ultrasound imaging on a handheld ultrasound device. Using Clarius’ patented wireless ultrasound device, the collaboration will involve the acquisition…

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How Ultrasound is Making a Difference at The Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Two doctors scan a chimpanzee with a Clarius portable ultrasound scanner and view the image on a smartphone

Clarius is proud to support medical professionals around the world with our Global Health Initiative. Our mission is to bring ultrasound to countries and rural communities where traditional ultrasound is not feasible. It is to our delight to hear stories like this from Dr. Izzy Hirji of the Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Sierra Leone about…

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