Clarius Mobile Health and Usono have collaborated to launch a new wireless and wearable ultrasound imaging solution for researchers to study people’s anatomy while they move.
More than 3,000 delegates can witness the mobile dynamic imaging solution demonstrated by an athlete exercising on a stationary bicycle at ECSS Paris 2023.
It is claimed to be the first wireless dynamic ultrasound imaging solution for researchers in rehabilitation, sports medicine and other related areas.
The solution integrates Clarius HD3 high-definition wireless ultrasound scanner with research software and the ProbeFix Dynamic device of Usono.
It allows for stable, reproducible and hands-free ultrasound imaging during exercise and other activities where motion and continuous scanning play a significant role.
Michigan State University’s Dr Matthew Harkey is an early user of the new solution and said: “These two products enable me to perform dynamic real-time ultrasound monitoring of structures with greater confidence and precision, providing standardisation that ensures we’re getting reproducible images every time.”
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As per the terms of the global agreement, Usono serves as a worldwide distributor for Clarius wireless ultrasound scanners integrated with research software and its own probe holders.
Both entities will also work together to endorse the combination of their technologies to clinicians and researchers.
Clarius research and development vice-president Kris Dickie said: “The combination of our wireless ultrasound scanners for research and Usono’s ingenious approach will enable researchers to capture high-quality ultrasound images in a wide range of environments and activities.”