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Clinical Utility and Technique for Lung Ultrasound in COVID-19 Cases

Daniel J. Kim, MD FRCPC Dr. Kim is an emergency physician in Vancouver. To help Clarius users understand how they can use ultrasound in the screening and monitoring of COVID-19, we asked Dr. Kim to put together an article summarizing current best practices. Clarius will share updates on ultrasound use for COVID-19 as more information…

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World Consumer Rights Day

By leveraging the processing power of existing phones or tablets on the market, Clarius scanners are able to pack the same amount of imaging power seen in larger systems into a package that weighs about 300 grams (0.6lbs). Compared to your traditional laptop-based ultrasound systems at 10-20lbs, that is up to 30x lighter and fewer…

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Ultrasound Everywhere

On this International Women’s Day, we’re proud to feature some remarkable medical practitioners who have used Clarius for a broad variety of applications. Dr. Ruth Maher, Assistant Professor School of Pharmacy and Health Professions at Creighton UniversityDr. Ruth Maher recently won an innovation award for developing a non-invasive solution for treating bladder weakness and other…

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Clarius Live is Included with Every Scanner

Medical professionals can now broadcast real-time, live ultrasound imaging to any standard web browser on desktop and mobile devices. The simple-to-use feature allows any Clarius user to easily request real-time assistance while performing an ultrasound exam with their Clarius Ultrasound Scanner. The feature is fully integrated into the current version of the app and is…

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Clarius Joins with Partners to Create an AI-driven Ultrasound Platform that will bring real-time medical imaging to rural and remote communities

Clarius’ mission to bring affordable ultrasound imaging to more clinicians is getting a major boost with its participation in the Intelligent Network for Point-of-Care Ultrasound Project from Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster announced last week Part of the Canadian government’s $950-million Innovation Superclusters Initiative, this project validates Clarius’ ongoing vision that Clarius ultrasound scanners will transform…

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Thank you, Vancouver Sun!

As a Vancouver-based company, getting featured in one of our largest local newspapers is a big deal.  Gillian Shaw recently wrote an article about our new Clarius HD scanners after interviewing Dr. Kevin Zorn and Clarius CEO Laurent Pelissier. Dr. Zorn is an associate professor of urology, minimally invasive urological-oncologist and Director of Robotic Surgery…

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New pocket ultrasound scanners smaller, more powerful, more affordable

Easier to use, second-generation ultra portable wireless scanners give doctors a clearer picture of what’s going on VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 31, 2019 – Clarius Mobile Health launched its second-generation series of wireless ultrasound scanners today, putting the power and image quality of larger, more expensive systems in an affordable device that fits in a pocket.…

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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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