Oron Frenkel

It really is my go-to friend for every patient. There is really no situation that I can imagine where the scanner wouldn’t be able to deliver what I need, either on the same patient, if I need to scan different parts of them during a single presentation, or going from bed to bed during a shift, I don’t ever have to switch out, and it really makes my workflow seamless.”

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David Rosenblum
AABP Integrative Pain Care

This is something that has really changed my practice, increased my efficiency. It’s like having a third hand. I just use my voice and the commands happen, and it captures the image and it does everything my assistant would normally have helped me with during a procedure.” 

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John Arlette (T-Mode)

The T-Mode AI color assist for facial ultrasound imaging in aesthetics is a significant advancement in training for those early in their scanning career. The demonstration of fascial planes, fat compartments and muscle rapidly leads to confident interpretation of the important structures below the skin.

Hani Mikhail
MD, Critical Care physician

The Clarius PAL is the only scanner I know of currently that provides a feature set comparable to full-size ultrasound machines while remaining in such a portable form factor – all without compromise on image quality, ease-of-use or battery life.

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Sharon Numerow
Patient of Dr. Johnson

The first few times I had PRP, because he then uses the ultrasound to also inject it, it was life-changing for me. My knee basically went from pretty uncomfortable, not able to do a lot, so I could play soccer and I have very little pain and if you’ve seen an x-ray of my knee, you’ll wonder how I do play soccer. I didn’t want to be poked a million times to get my blood. Thankfully with ultrasound, getting blood for PRP has never been an issue. They’re able to take my blood within seconds.

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John Cobb
Patient of Dr. Hirahara

My orthopaedic physician did not have an ultrasound in his location, so he was not able to give onsite injection and I was referred here to Dr. Hirahara. I think ultrasound has been invaluable in improving my care. He can make sure to hit the right spot so I don’t feel pain and everything goes smoothly.” 

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Christoph Kühnle
Diplomate ECVS
Swiss Team Veterinarian Dressage

With the Clarius Scanner we have found a mobile solution for ultrasound imaging. Not only the fast operational readiness, but also the flexible use of the device is convincing. Larger diagnostic devices with cable are less practical , especially for sterile injections. Thanks to the Clarius scanner, we have the possibility to perform these treatments under the best conditions. Experience has shown that the acceptance of the horses is significantly higher than with conventional devices, which simplifies the treatment in many aspects and is less stressful for our patients. The dynamic image adjustment finds always the best setting, which makes a scan more efficient.”

Dr. Brian Johnson
Emergency Physician

It’s nice to get a nice snapshot of a critically ill patient right away so that helps me with the workflow. I can walk out of the room and say this guy is in pulmonary edema or this guy looks like he has a ruptured AAA. That can help guide my next steps of management for the patient. So, it’s hitting a lot of good spots for me.” 

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Dr. Oron Frenkel
Emergency Physician

It’s as if I had a miniaturized cart. It finally takes all the skills I have learned over the years on cart-based ultrasounds, miniaturizes them into a tiny package, and allows me to deliver that level of care to all of my patients in the department, and it sticks with me. So, I never have to go chase the cart.” 

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Dr. Tom Cook
Emergency Physician

This brand-new scanner that has two probes in one is an incredible breakthrough. By combining phased array and linear array in the same device you can probably do 95 to 99% of all the ultrasound scanning, whatever imaging you’re doing, with this single device. And you can do it with something that is an extraordinarily reasonable cost. Hand-carried systems are the future. Clinicians are much more likely to use ultrasound when they can pull it from their pocket for the exam instead of pushing a big cart into a small trauma room.” 

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