Laurent Pelissier, Chairman and CEO, Clarius Mobile Health I have spent my career in Ultrasound. 17 years ago I designed the first PC-based ultrasound research system and founded Ultrasonix. We became the leaders in ultrasound research interfaces, then expanded into point of care with programmable, software-based machines.
Ultrasound imaging has evolved rapidly over the past few decades. It started with a single element A-mode scan (amplitude mode), which gave radiologists a way to analyze raw radio frequency signals for specialized meaning from the waveforms, similar to an electrocardiogram or EKG.
At Clarius, we believe the handheld wireless scanner is the next step in ultrasound miniaturization. Clearly, this trend has benefits for the end user. What is less apparent is the related improvements to the manufacturing process. To get a better understanding of the phenomenon, we talked to James Chung, our director of manufacturing.
Last Saturday, key members of the Clarius management team woke up to find an exclamation-mark-filled e-mail message in their inboxes. The message came from Abhijit Ahir, Clarius' head of Regulatory and Quality Affairs. Coming from the usually reserved Abhijit, the tone of the e-mail clearly indicated his surprise.
Mobile scanner works with mobile app, giving physicians the freedom to perform ultrasound exams anywhere, anytime New York, NY, March 18, 2106 (PR NEWSWIRE) - Clarius Mobile Health is showcasing the world's first handheld ultrasound scanner with a mobile application for iOS and Android smart devices at the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Conference in New York March 18-21, 2016.
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