News | Ultrasound Imaging | August 09, 2017

Clarius Wireless Ultrasound Scanners Now Available With Advanced Features

Eclipse app adds enhanced capabilities for annotations, automated heart-rate monitoring and more

Clarius Wireless Ultrasound Scanners Now Available With Advanced Features

August 9, 2017 — Clarius Mobile Health has released advanced features and options for its wireless handheld ultrasound scanner for medical professionals on the go. The Clarius App 3.1 Eclipse with the enhancements is available now on the App Store and Google Play. 

Clarius Ultrasound Scanners are intended for use as a visual stethoscope for clinicians to conduct quick scans and to guide short procedures. The Clarius C3 multipurpose ultrasound scanner is designed to image the abdomen and lungs; it also incorporates a virtual phased array for quick scans of the heart. The Clarius L7 is designed for guiding procedures and imaging superficial structures.  

Clarius Eclipse incorporates enhanced capabilities for annotations, automated heart-rate monitoring during cardiac scanning and easy bladder volume measurement. The new software makes it possible to simultaneously share an imaging screen with multiple devices by simply scanning a QR code, which is ideal for educational settings. It also offers a low-power mode to extend battery life and prolong scan times. Some new features are pending regulatory clearance in some countries.

Other premium features include color/power Doppler, spatial compounding for even better imaging, needle enhancement and three-in-one imaging capability for the C3 Scanner.

The Point-and-Shoot Ultrasound Scanners are powered by a rechargeable battery, which is easily exchanged when running low. Built with a magnesium case, Clarius Scanners are designed to withstand challenging environments and are water submersible for easy cleaning and disinfection. 

For more information: www.clarius.me

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