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Clarius Launches AI-Enabled Handheld Wireless Ultrasound Scanners Miniaturized to Size of iPhone

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 19 Jan 2022
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Image: Clarius HD3 C (Photo courtesy of Clarius Mobile Health)
Image: Clarius HD3 C (Photo courtesy of Clarius Mobile Health)

Clarius Mobile Health (Vancouver, BC, Canada) has become the first company to introduce a third-generation product line of high-performance handheld wireless ultrasound scanners for all medical specialists.

Now 30% lighter and smaller, the new pocket-sized scanners are available with revolutionary pricing and new features that will put premium handheld ultrasound into the hands of more doctors. The entire Clarius HD3 line of ultra-portable scanners is built with the latest antenna technology for steadfast connectivity operating on both iOS and Android devices. Octal beamforming technology delivers up to eight times faster frame rates and micron-level resolution compared to other handhelds. The new Clarius scanners deliver the detailed image quality clinicians rely on to make an accurate diagnosis, treat patients with confidence, and safely guide procedures for consistent patient outcomes.

Clinicians across the medical spectrum can choose from 10 wireless ultrasound scanners that are operated by the Clarius Ultrasound App. A new version of the Clarius Ultrasound application is also being released to the App Store or Google Play store with new AI and imaging tools that further advance image quality, as well as new advanced clinical software packages and features that enable clinicians to personalize their imaging experience. Compatible with most iOS and Android smart devices, the new Clarius Ultrasound App 9 is now available for download to all new and existing Clarius users. The new Clarius scanners have been cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration and regulatory clearance in other regions is pending.

"The new Clarius HD3 is now so remarkably small that it's no bigger than my iPhone," said Clarius CEO Laurent Pelissier. "Our world-class R&D team has miniaturized the high-performance of traditional, cart-based ultrasound systems into a new form factor that truly feels like a traditional ultrasound probe. By replacing complex knobs and buttons with artificial intelligence (AI), it automatically optimizes imaging for ease of use."

"Designing with the best image quality is our core guiding principle, and we delivered with App 9," said Kris Dickie, Vice President of Research and Development at Clarius. "HD Zoom packs more pixels into a small area of focus, full-screen mode fully utilizes the entire mobile screen, while trapezoidal imaging expands the field of view."

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