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Clarius Introduces First Ultrasound System That Uses AI and Machine Learning to Recognize Anatomy for an Instant Window into the Body

"Although machine learning and artificial intelligence have been applied to medical imaging over the past several years, this is the first commercially available application that enables an ultrasound system to recognize anatomy on a macro level, allowing the AI to recognize different structures in the human torso," says Kris Dickie, Vice President of Research and Development at Clarius

Clarius Ultrasound Reports: Users Surpass 1 Million High-Definition Ultrasound Exams

Clarius was the first to introduce a wireless pocket ultrasound system with high-definition imaging comparable to traditional ultrasound systems. Today, the company celebrates one million ultrasound exams, delivering quality imaging that is improving patient care worldwide.

Clarius 2-in-1 Charging Station HD Is Introduced by Clarius Mobile Health

Clarius 2-in-1 Charging Station HD, which offers a constant supply of battery power by charging the wireless Clarius HD ultrasound scanner and spare battery simultaneously.

Clarius PA HD Handheld Ultrasound Scanner Available for Rapid Bedside Cardiac Exams: Offers Clear Cardiac Ultrasound Imaging & Fast Frame Rates

Clarius PA HD is the only wireless handheld scanner that offers clear cardiac ultrasound imaging and fast frame rates comparable to traditional hospital ultrasound systems, made possible by advanced 8 beamformer processing.

Wireless Cart-Based Ultrasound System Featured at ACEP 2018 in San Diego

9/28/18:The Clarius Cart is an ultrasound accessory to complement the line up of wireless ultrasound scanners for use in more traditional settings. It is a mobile cart with a lockable cabinet to hold scanners, a working space for procedures, and a charging dock for scanner batteries and smart devices. It's designed for hospital and clinical environments to give clinicians the flexibility of personal ultrasound with the utility of traditional cart-based systems, without any cables.

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