Posts Tagged ‘mobile ultrasound’

Signify Research Reports Ultraportable Ultrasound Market to Grow by 40%

Bar chart showing projected growth of the world market for handheld ultrasounds from 2016–2021

Signify Research recently reported in its Ultrasound Equipment World Report that the ultraportable ultrasound market grew 40% from 2016 to 2017.  It is expected to grow 20% per annum from 2017 to 2022 due to improvements in performance and increasing availability. This compares to an overall ultrasound equipment market annual growth rate between 3 to…

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How to Scan the Kidneys Using Ultrasound

A doctor scans a man's kidneys using a Clarius handheld ultrasound scanner. The ultrasound image is projected on a smart device.

A kidney ultrasound is a noninvasive diagnostic exam used to assess the size, shape, and location of the kidneys. It is also useful for assessing blood flow to the kidneys. In the latest of our series of educational ultrasound videos, ultrasound educator Chris Eddy uses the Clarius Curved Linear ultrasound scanner to scan the kidneys. …

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Canadian Paramedic Paves Way for Point of Care Ultrasound

Four cyclists biking down a road

As a paramedic in the field, Wade MacPherson sees the potential benefits of point of care ultrasound on a daily basis. The Ontario based paramedic was first exposed to ultrasound during his advanced care paramedic education. While colleagues and other industry professionals questioned the value of ultrasound in the hands of paramedics, MacPherson was determined to…

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Clarius Demonstrates Ultrasound for Defence and Security Sector

Defence and Security Equipment International logo

We are demonstrating our wireless, handheld ultrasound scanners this week at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) show in London. The four-day event, from September 12-15th, brings together the global defence and security sector to innovate and share knowledge. “Clarius is the ideal ultrasound system for challenging environments outside the hospital,” said Laurent Pelissier, Chief…

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Clarius Announces Economical, High Quality Ultrasound Scanner for Research

We are excited to announce a new ultrasound research interface for universities and companies performing medical research. Debuting this week at the IEEE international ultrasonics symposium in Washington, DC, the new research interface provides high quality and shareable raw data for educational purposes.   Ultrasound research systems providing raw data have traditionally been large and…

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How to Scan the Gallbladder Using Ultrasound

Doctor scanning a man's gallbladder using a Clarius handheld ultrasound scanner

In the right hands with diagnostic training, the Clarius scanner can be a very effective tool for gallbladder imaging. A gallbladder ultrasound can be helpful for assessing for gallbladder stones, gallbladder wall thickening, or any indication of fluid around the gallbladder. Watch below as ultrasound educator Chris Eddy uses the Clarius curvilinear ultrasound scanner to demonstrate how…

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Clarius Eclipse: Our Most Important Release This Year

Two smart phones showing Clarius App version 3.1 Eclipse

We are excited to announce our most important release this year: the Clarius App 3.1 Eclipse. The latest version of our app includes advanced features and options for all users and many premium options including Color/Power Doppler, spatial compounding for better imaging, needle enhancement, and three-in-one imaging capability on the C3 Scanner. Clarius Eclipse also incorporates enhanced…

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Teaching Pelvic Floor Contractions is No Laughing Matter!

Clarius ultrasound image of the effects of laughing on the bladder

Many of our users post their use cases on Clarius Cases. The example discussed and shown below was posted by Dr. Ruth Maher, Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy and Health Professions at Creighton University. Teaching someone to isolate their pelvic floor muscles is challenging without the ability to visualize the movement.  Thanks to ultrasound, medical…

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Ultrasound: Demand It.

Nathaniel Reisinger, MD

Excerpt from an article that appeared first on Kidney News Online, written by By Nathaniel Reisinger MD Improvised hastily by a young physician to avoid the embarrassment from direct auscultation of a particularly buxom patient’s chest, the stethoscope recently celebrated its 200th anniversary. After initial resistance, it has since become standard of care and a ubiquitous icon…

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What the iPhone’s Birthday Means to Clarius

iPhone showing an ultrasound image in the Clarius App and a Clarius convex scanner

By Kelly Batke As most of you are aware, iPhone celebrated its 10th birthday this week. What you likely aren’t aware of is just how much of an influence and impact this revolutionary technology had on Clarius. If we look back 25 years ago, a “cell” phone was used solely for audio communication, and it…

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