Clarius partners with ImaCor on handheld hemodynamic ultrasound tech

[Image from ImaCor/Clarius]Clarius Mobile Health announced today that it partnered with ImaCor to make available a handheld transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) system.

According to a news release, the partnership will enable the availability of the world’s first handheld TEE system designed to manage and guide care for critically ill patients in the intensive care unit (ICU).

ImaCor designed its Zura handheld hemodynamic ultrasound system, powered by Clarius, to provide an instant, clear window to directly visualize preload and contractility over time. The FDA-cleared platform aims to help clinicians make “the right decisions, at the right time,” the companies said.

“A high-risk patient’s hemodynamic status changes dramatically in a matter of minutes, often while clinicians are waiting for test results they submitted 15 minutes ago,” ImaCor founder Dr. Scott Roth said. “The Zura Handheld provides instant and accu…

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