Dr. Nawfel Azoo
Senior consultant of OB/GYN-Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Head of the department of Gyn/OB in Baghdad Teaching Hospital

Using Clarius in theater is easy, comfortable, and capable of helping to navigate through anatomical structures, to identify tumors, and to perform full and complete extractions.»

Dr. Azoo recently shared a case of hydatidiform mole evacuation under ultrasound guidance, using his Clarius C3 HD3. The 21-year-old female was diagnosed at 18 weeks. Dr. Azoo performed a suction curettage under general anesthesia using ultrasound guidance. Using Clarius gave him confidence that the procedure was both safe and complete.

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Grace Jensen
Patient of Dani Sher, PA-C

I trust Dani because I know she is an expert on using ultrasound. Her treatments are a combination of artistry and science. I think ultrasound improves the treatment I’m receiving because it puts me at ease and helps mitigate the fear of possible risks. And if something were to go wrong, she can see inside my face and resolve the issue.”

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Danice Sher, Physician Assistant Injector, Founder, Sparkle Aesthetics
Dani Sher
Sparkle Aesthetics

The new presets make it really easy to use for each area of the face. You just choose a preset for an area of the face and get a really nice view without making adjustments. For me, there’s still no competitor that has the same crisp image as Clarius to see everything you need to see.”

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Dr. Don Buford
MSK Ultrasound and Regenerative Medicine

For a physician who has a sports medicine, orthopaedic, or physiatry practice. It’s an advanced device at an entry-level price, and that’s rare. Traditionally there’s been a direct correlation between the money you spend and the image quality you get on laptop machines ranging from 28,000 to 60,000+ USD. Now, with Clarius, for about 5,000 USD all in, you’ll get a device with the image quality you need that will carry you all the way through your orthopaedic career until you want to do more advanced diagnostics and procedures.”

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Dr. Sachit Shah
Beautiful Canadian Laser and Skincare Clinic

Different types of dermal filler behave differently in the dermis. So by being able to determine what they’ve had injected before, I can make better decisions about how much, and what kind of top-up filler they need. This avoids the ‘unnatural’ look, and on the safety side, it avoids side effects.”

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Dr. Frank Johnson
M.D., Dip. Sports Med. RMSK
Sport Medicine Ultrasound

It can see that first two and a half to three centimeters exceptionally well. There are other machines out there on the market that we would call kind of an all-in-one, that can be everything to everybody, but we all know that’s a fantasy. The L15 HD3 is perfect for sports medicine.”

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Drs. Soren Boysen and Serge Chalhoub
Boysen (DVM, DACVECC) Chaloub (BSc, DVM, DACVIM)
University of Calgary

I liked it more than I figured I’d like it. At first, I wondered, how helpful is it actually going to be? Because I can just reach over and change things on the screen. Then I realized that when I use Voice Controls to make adjustments during an exam, I could place my iPad or phone away from the danger zone of a patient who could knock it over.” 

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Dr. John Arlette
Total Skincare Centre and Dermapure

Having the Clarius presets are almost essential for the aesthetic practice so that you can keep engaged with your patient, you can keep the flow of the appointment going, and we can wrap it all together to make it a much better experience for our patient.»

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Dr. Muneer Ahmed
Consultant Breast Surgical Oncologist And Reconstructive Surgeon

It facilitates the daily practice of seeing patients within the clinic, treating them with percutaneous techniques such as biopsies, even definitive treatments such as cryoablation vacuum excision, and then obviously intraoperatively. I think it’s just an absolutely invaluable tool. I think once someone starts using it, they’ll feel lost without it. It’s that important.”

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Dr. Kevin Zorn
University of Montreal Hospital Center

We’re in the post-Covid era and patients are already waiting long pits of time. And that whole experience for a physician to then get a requisition, to then go to get it done by a technician, to then be read by a radiologist, to then be transcribed, to then get me the results, to then the patient making a new follow-up visit is weeks to sometimes months. So, to me, it’s a one-stop-shop, the patient comes, I lay them on the table, it’s part of my physical exam, it’s just an extension. It’s simply made my practice more efficient. So, rather than having to visit the patient two or three times, I can do either all of my discussion, counseling, and treatment in one visit or maybe two. That then translates to the patient, to our practice, and being able to try and catch up to that wait list that we all are dealing with.»

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