News | Ultrasound Imaging | September 28, 2018

Clarius Reveals Wireless Cart-Based Ultrasound System at ACEP 2018

Mobile cart gives users the flexibility of wireless ultrasound in more traditional settings

Clarius Reveals Wireless Cart-Based Ultrasound System at ACEP 2018

September 28, 2018 — Clarius Mobile Health is introducing the Clarius Cart at the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) 2018 Scientific Assembly, Oct. 1-4 in San Diego. The Clarius Cart is an ultrasound accessory to complement the company’s lineup 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 is 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.

The Clarius Cart can store up to seven Clarius scanners in a locked cabinet, keeping them safe from theft in a busy hospital. Each scanner can be used simultaneously, on different smart devices as required. The Clarius Cart can be transported easily throughout the hospital to serve clinicians where they need it, including at the patient bedside, without having to worry about access to a power outlet.

Clarius ultrasound scanners use 192 elements and four parallel beamformers, and support B-Mode, color doppler, pulsed-wave doppler and more.

For more information: www.clarius.com

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