Canada-based healthcare technology firm Clarius Mobile Health has launched the latest Clarius App 3.1 Eclipse wireless handheld ultrasound scanner with advanced features and options.
Available on the App Store and Google Play, Clarius Ultrasound Scanners are developed as a visual stethoscope for clinicians and allow quick scans, as well as guide short procedures.
The Clarius C3 multipurpose ultrasound scanner can be used to image abdomen and lungs, and additionally includes a virtual phased array for quick scan of the heart, while the Clarius L7 is designed to guide procedures and image superficial structures.
Clarius Mobile Health Product Innovation director Kris Dickie said: "Clarius Eclipse is our most important software release since we introduced the Clarius Wireless Ultrasound Scanner.
"It enables new features for all users and many premium options including colour / power doppler, spatial compounding for even better imaging, needle enhancement and three-in-one imaging capability on our C3 scanner."
The new Clarius Eclipse comes with increased capabilities for annotations to automatically monitor heart rate during cardiac scanning and for easy measurement of bladder volume.
Using the new software, clinicians can scan a QR code to simultaneously share an imaging screen with numerous devices, making it suitable for educational settings.
The enhanced features also include a low power mode meant to increase battery life and prolong scan times.
A rechargeable battery is used to power the Point-and-Shoot Ultrasound Scanners and can be easily exchanged when running low.
Clarius Scanners are built with a magnesium case to withstand challenging environments and are made water submersible to allow easy cleaning and disinfection.
Image: Clarius Eclipse. Photo: courtesy of PRNewsfoto/Clarius Mobile Health.