Clarius is demonstrating the C3 multi-purpose ultrasound scanner at the Social Media and Critical Care Conference (SMACCDUB) in Dublin, Ireland, June 13-15 2016. The Clarius C3 Wireless Handheld scanner is able to operate as both a convex array and a virtual phased array probe, enabling excellent imaging of the abdomen, heart and lungs.
“We’ve spoken to many physicians who want one multi-purpose ultrasound device to carry with them to quickly scan their patients,” said Laurent Pelissier, Clarius co-founder and CEO. “Our C3 Scanner is designed to view all parts of the patient’s torso, including the heart. There’s no need to change transducers in the middle of an exam or to compromise image performance for access.”
In addition to the multi-purpose Clarius C3, the company will offer the Clarius L7 linear scanner. Pending CE, FDA and Health Canada clearance, Clarius expects to offer several handheld ultrasound scanners for the price of a single traditional system.
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Neena Rahemtulla, VP Marketing, Clarius Mobile Health