Some comments from our early users

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As a radiologist, the main pros for using Clarius is its portability and ease of use. There are no cables, no need to find a plug, no need to have a large room to allow for bulky equipment. I literally walk into a room with the patient and can begin scanning.

Dr. Kevin Irish, Radiology

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As an emergency physician inside and outside the hospital, I encounter various degrees of trauma. I can carry Clarius wherever I go to help me triage patients more quickly.

Dr. Geoff Sanz, Emergency Medicine

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With no cords and portable size, the Clarius device will be very easy to bring to the bedside and to go from one patient to the next. I’m impressed with the ability to use the convex transducer as a phased array to capture very good cardiac images. It’s convenient to use one scanner for the abdomen, lungs and the heart.

Dr. Shane Arishenkoff, Internal Medicine / Medical Education

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The Clarius device is an interesting educational tool because it allows the power of a full ultrasound machine to be in the hands of students. They can have it at the bedside; they can have it in their pocket to have it with them wherever they are.  Going forward, I see it being something that they will be able to use on a daily basis on the wards and with patients that they see.

Dr. Petter Tonseth, Radiology / Medical Education

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Having used Clarius in an educational setting, I am excited about its potential to put ultrasound into the hands of more clinicians. Besides being portable and easy to use, I'm very impressed by the image quality produced by such a compact ultrasound machine.

Dr. Thomas Cook, Emergency Medicine / Ultrasound Education

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Clarius is the future of patient care. The image quality is amazing for any scanner, much less one that fits in my pocket. The ability to wirelessly connect it to any Apple or Android device means that anyone on my team can use it with whatever they already carry around in their pocket.

Dr. Steven Steinhubl, Cardiology/Digital Medicine