Common Applications of POCUS for Primary Care
As ultrasound systems have become affordable and easier to use, general practitioners are now using point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) for faster diagnosis and more accurate treatment plans. With superior image quality, Clarius wireless scanners enable fast confirmation of a clinical diagnosis without requiring a referral. Common exams include the review of specific organs, scanning for gall stones, screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm, lung scans for pneumonia, liver scans for fibrosis, and identifying or ruling out ectopic pregnancy among other obstetric applications.
Confirm Your Diagnosis, Quickly
Used by hundreds of general practitioners daily, Clarius delivers clear ultrasound imaging on your iOS or Android smart device to help you make a confident decision about treatment plans and improve the patient experience.
- Clarius C3 HD offers automated workflows to scan every major body part - no need to master knobs and buttons.
- Ultra-portable and compatible with most Apple and Android devices, Clarius is easy to share in a group practice.
- No subscription fees with free cloud storage, management and PDF reports for referrals.
- Wireless and IP67 rated so disinfection is fast and simple.
- Telemedicine is included for remote consultations and guidance.
Ideal for scanning everything from cardiac, lung, bladder, vascular access and superficial.
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