[VIDEO] Watch Kylie’s Ultrasound Demonstration for Veterinarians

Every year, our team looks forward to meeting veterinarians at conferences such as VMX, AVMA, NAVC, CVMA and the London Vet Show.  Since we can’t meet face to face this year, we’re bringing our piece of the tradeshow floor to you. We asked a Clarius ultrasound expert based in Brisbane, Australia to record a demonstration…

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6 Reasons to Choose a Wireless Handheld Ultrasound System

Medical practitioners who are considering an app-based handheld ultrasound system are spoiled for choice.  Whether you’re using an Apple or Android device, you can choose from a range of options to suit your budget, specialty and image quality requirements. The choice narrows considerably when you want a pocket ultrasound system without a cord. We’ve put…

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BC Rural Physicians Participate in Handheld PoCUS Project

Dr. Virginia Robinson, a rural physician practicing in Fernie, BC., is at the centre of the rollout of 50 Clarius handheld ultrasound scanners across the Canadian province. Dr. Robinson is responsible for training novice users to learn basic ultrasound skills for triage and OB prenatal exams. “I’m hoping there’s going to be a wave of…

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What Lies Beneath: Ultrasound Imaging Brings Anatomy to Life for Physical Therapy Students

Many professional associations are taking conferences virtual this year and are incorporating new technologies to increase interactivity with the materials being present. For example, Dr. Ruth Maher, Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic medicine is presenting a paper at the American Association of Clinical Anatomists Conference being held…

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Maternity Medicine Physicians Happy with Switch to Clarius ultrasound

Dr. Brian Driedger recently spoke with us about how he uses Clarius in his family medicine practice, which is focused on maternity and new born care. Dr. Driedger practices with a group of six physicians in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada where they manage about 100 deliveries a month. He went shopping for alternatives when he…

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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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[VIDEO] Chris Myers Reviews Clarius HD

When Chris Myers, a highly respected MSK ultrasound educator decided to review the new Clarius L15 HD Scanner, our team was looking forward to his feedback. That’s because Chris is known for his brutally honest reviews and Clarius V1 had not fared well.  Fortunately, Chris published a balanced and thorough review of the Clarius Scanner.  If you’re considering…

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How Handheld Ultrasound Has Changed My OB/GYN Practice

Dr. Shaunie Keys, MD As an obstetrician and gynecologist, ultrasound equipment is essential to my group practice in Kirkland, Washington.  I’m one of eight physicians at the Unified Center for Women’s Health and we have three full-time sonographers who are scheduled to use two fully-featured ultrasound systems to examine patients throughout the day. Recently I’ve…

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