Targeted at universities and companies performing medical research, the research interface provides raw ultrasound data for educational purposes, according to the company. The raw data can be accessed wirelessly.
In addition, Clarius said that researchers can also make use of its Clarius Cloud service for storing and organizing images, as well as for sharing them with a team. The vendor announced the research interface at the IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium last week in Washington, DC.
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