Portable Ultrasound for

Emergency Medicine

Challenge

Point-of-care ultrasound is an integral part of an emergency department, but access to an ultrasound system can be a challenge in busy environments. Ultrasound systems get misplaced, and cables break. A Clarius base station has six independent scanners that can be used simultaneously, anywhere in your department, for the price of a cart-based system.

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Amazing Image Quality from a small portable scanner

You don't have to sacrifice image quality with handheld ultrasound. With Clarius Ultrasound Scanners, you get the best of both worlds.

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Clarius wireless ultrasound scanner and the Clarius App on a smartphone

Scan Station

The optional Scan Station can be configured for personal scanning or for a department setting that supports up to 6 scanners.

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    6 Active scanners at one time

    With the ability for your department to perform up to 6 separate scans at any one time, you don't have to wait for one to be free.

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    Just like a regular ultrasound

    Despite its wireless capability and true mobility, each of the scanners on our scan station offers the functionality and performance of a cart-based system.

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    Get more for less

    The scan station takes up the same footprint as a traditional ultrasound system and, equipped with 6 scans, costs about the same. You also get the benefit of operating 6 scanners simultaneously.  

Ultrasound that travels with you

Take ultrasound anywhere you go. There is no need to share a dedicated ultrasound machine with the whole department. Use the device you already carry around with you.

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Tough & Rugged

We’ve built Clarius with a magnesium shell to withstand busy hospitals and other unpredictable environments.

Doctor scans a patient with a Clarius wireless ultrasound scanner and views the ultrasound image on an iPhone

No Cables

Scan with ease without any wires to trip over or manage, and there are no wires to repair. 

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Waterproof

Achieve high level of disinfection by completely submerging the whole scanner in any solution.

Clarius C3 convex portable ultrasound scanner with a GPS map in the background

Keep your Clarius safe in the ER

With a busy department and lots of people going in and out of the ER, it's hard to keep track of all your equipment. Thankfully, Clarius makes it easy to keep all your devices safe.

  • Lockable docking stations (cart option)
  • Find your scanner remotely by having it beep
  • Find where your device was last used on a map
Clarius C3 wireless ultrasound scanner with the linear clip-on and phased array clip-on

Full body imaging with a single scanner

Our C3 scanner can go from scanning abdominal to the extremities without changing devices. Now you can carry one scanner in your pocket to scan deep structures within the abdomen and then scan superficial anatomy and even the heart.

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Clarius App on a smartphone and tablet

DICOM Compliant

Images and exams from your Clarius scanner can seamlessly upload to your hospital's PACS. We can fully integrate with your DICOM Worklist.

Specialized Scanners

Choose from a range of scanners, including our curved linear, linear and microconvex scanners.

Clinical Images

User Reviews

The units hold up like a Sherman Tank! I use ultrasound dynamically and scan about 15 times a shift. With the new L7 and the latest software I have had nothing but great success. I beat these units up and they are great.

Dr. Steven Holsenback

Alliance Community Hospital, Dept of Emergency Medicine Statistics

Gert-Jan Mauritz

Clarius has amazing image quality for such a small device. It’s better than a traditional ultrasound machine because I carry it everywhere in my pocket and it’s so easy to use the Clarius App on my phone.

Dr. Gert-Jan Mauritz

Emergency Medicine
Netherlands

Geoff Sanz

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.

Geoff Sanz, MD

Emergency Medicine
Doctor uses a Clarius handheld ultrasound scanner and views the image on a tablet

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
Shane Arishenkoff

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.

Shane Arishenkoff, MD FRCPC

Internal Medicine / Medical Education Vancouver, BC, Canada
Martin Pham-Dinh

After a few weeks of use, I can tell you that given the time saved and the facility to perform additional examinations, the cost of acquisition is negative. The device gives back more than it costs and the biggest benefit is not monetary; it's the better quality and pleasure of my work.

Martin Pham-Dinh, MD

Doctor scans a patient with a Clarius handheld ultrasound scanner

The Clarius C3 ultrasound has served my diverse needs exceedingly well. As director of a pediatric project in Cambodia it has the durability and ease of use I need. As an emergency medicine physician in the United States I have found its image quality and functionality meets all of our highest standards there.

William Housworth, MD MPH

Director Chenla Children's Healthcare, Kratie Cambodia
Matthew Riscinti

I have a personal and academic interest in wilderness ultrasound, often teaching it to people who work in remote austere environments with little resources. The fact that it’s wireless makes it really easy to use and bring with me anywhere. The ability to put it in my backpack and bring it to any lecture has made teaching ultrasound super easy and really effective. The scanner definitely has the best image quality I've seen for such a portable device.

Matthew Riscinti, MD

Co-Founder of The POCUS Atlas

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