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What’s New in the Clarius Ultrasound App 7.3.0?

Starting today, Clarius users can download the Clarius Ultrasound App 7.3.0, on the Apple App Store and Google Play. With our forever-free software updates, for unlimited users, physician always get access to our latest innovations. Superior Cardiac Imaging on Clarius PA If you own a Clarius PA HD, you’ll be excited to hear that we’ve dramatically…

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Clarius Meets Demand for High Definition Cardiac Ultrasound Imaging

Since the start of the pandemic, Clarius has seen a dramatic increase in the demand for handheld cardiac imaging at the bedside. In response, our team has focused on making the cardiac imaging on our phased array handheld ultrasound scanner better than ever.   With the launch of the Clarius Ultrasound App 7.3 this week, we’re happy to announce that the Clarius PA…

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[VIDEO] Meet the World’s First Ultra-High Frequency Handheld Ultrasound Scanner

In keeping with our mission to deliver high definition, easy-to-use and affordable handheld ultrasound scanners that are suitable for every medical practitioner, we’re excited to announce the arrival of the NEW Clarius L20 HD!  Designed to provide exceptionally detailed imaging of superficial structures, the Clarius L20 HD is ideal for plastic surgeons, microsurgeons, pediatricians, hematologists, podiatrists,…

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[VIDEO] Dr. Oron Frenkel Joins as Chair of Clarius Medical Advisory Board

We’re honored to welcome Dr. Oron Frenkel, an emergency physician based in Vancouver, as Chairman of our Medical Advisory Board. A renowned point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) educator, Dr. Frenkel will help deliver educational webinars and training videos to enable more clinicians to learn to effectively use ultrasound. He will also support the Clarius research and development…

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Echocardiography Society’s Perspective on POCUS for COVID-19

We continue to read new journal articles confirming the benefits of point-of-care ultrasound to screen, diagnose and monitor COVID-19 patients. The latest? A statement from the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) recognizes the value and prevalence of POCUS on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. ASE confirms that “the rapid, bedside assessment of…

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Burnaby Now covers Clarius during the COVID-19 pandemic

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Clarius has been able to play a big part in helping frontline medical practitioners scan patient lungs for pneumonia. Cornelia Naylor of Burnaby Now had a chance to speak with Kris Dickie, VP of Research and Development at Clarius, to discuss how Clarius’ handheld ultrasound scanner has become very useful for…

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[VIDEO] Worldwide Demand for Handheld Ultrasound Rises

Emergency physicians around the world have experienced firsthand the effectiveness of ultrasound to screen for pneumonia and cardiac complications related to COVID-19.  As a result, Clarius and other handheld ultrasound companies have seen a surge in demand for their products. For example, to support rural and acute care physicians across the province of British Columbia,…

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Clarius Ultrasound is Helping to Deliver Faster COVID-19 Diagnosis

A PoCUS for COVID-19 project team is deploying more than eighty Clarius portable handheld ultrasound scanners across the province of British Columbia for faster COVID-19 diagnosis. Co-led with a group including St. Paul’s Hospital emergency physician and UBC Faculty of Medicine clinical assistant professor Dr. Oron Frenkel and Director of echocardiography at Vancouver General Hospital…

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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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