Point-of-care Ultrasound Course for G.P.’s on June 2 & 3rd in Mississauga ON

March 26, 2018 | by SeeMore

EDE for Family Medicine is a one day, hands-on ultrasound workshop especially designed for Family Doctors. Participants access the didactic component ahead of the course date. This is done through a series of on-line texts and videos, which are strictly focussed on what you need to know. This means the...
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SiMPLi Array Probes | SeeMore Imaging

New Product Release: Interson SiMPLi Series Linear & Convex Array Probes

October 15, 2017 | by SeeMore

We are very pleased to announce Health Canada approval and the resulting introduction to Canada of the Interson “SiMPLi” series linear and convex array probes. As with our well-known SeeMore line, the Interson SiMPLi series are USB ultrasound probes that connect directly to standard Windows laptops, PC’s and tablets for a turn-key...
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Mercy Ships - Africa Mercy

Mercy Ships: Hope on the High Seas

June 24, 2016 | by SeeMore

In 1978 a man’s dream of building a hospital ship became a reality and an organization was born which would change millions of lives. Don Stephens, founder of medical charity Mercy Ships, was inspired by the work of the hospital ship SS Hope. After partnering with Youth With A Mission...
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Portable USB Probe for Doctors

Scientists Use Ultrasound for 3D View of Blood Vessels

December 21, 2015 | by SeeMore

Advancements in ultrasound technology have yet again provided some amazing results.  Scientists in France have recently been able to use ultrasound techniques to scan the blood vessels, up to 2cm deep, in the brain of a live rat.  The researchers say that this procedure can help with cancer and stroke diagnosis...
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Hand Joints

Joint “Fireworks” Captured with Ultrasound Imaging

December 17, 2015 | by SeeMore

Finally, the mystery is solved!  Ultrasound imaging has revealed that when you crack your knuckles, you're actually creating a gas bubble between the bones of the pulled joints, which is what is producing that "crack" sound. Even more interesting is that, in addition to the "crack", a flash of light is also...
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Medical Breakthrough: Brain Tumor Breached with Ultrasound

December 1, 2015 | by SeeMore

Doctors at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto have recently made a major medical breakthrough: using ultrasound waves they have successful delivered chemotherapy deep into the brain tumor of a cancer patient. The reason that this is such a breakthrough is because of the blood-brain barrier, which normally blocks drugs from entering the...
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International Symposium of Ultrasound 2016

International Symposium of Ultrasound: June 11 – 14, 2016

November 18, 2015 | by SeeMore

SeeMore Imaging Canada is pleased to tell you about the upcoming International Symposium of Ultrasound for Regional Anesthesia, Pain Medicine, and Peri-operative Application (ISURA), taking place in Toronto June 11 - 14, 2016.  The conference will be held at St. Michael's College in the core of the University of Toronto campus, and will offer...
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Remote Medicine

Remote Medicine: As Described by Sport Medicine Physician, Antonio Cogliano, M.D.

November 2, 2015 | by SeeMore

We've recently received a very interesting write-up on rural and remote medicine, as seen through the eyes of a traveling sport medicine physician, Antonio Cogliano.  Dr. Cogliano often travels to remote or third world countries with the sports teams he is involved with, and faces a series of challenges in providing ongoing...
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New Course: EDE – ED Echo Online Course

October 19, 2015 | by SeeMore

Since 2001, the EDE - ED Echo course has been taught over 700 times to over 10,000 Canadian and international physicians and allied health professionals. Its use has become the standard of care in large trauma centres, remote settings and everything in between; it has even been used in Canadian...
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Advancements in Ultrasound Guided Needle Procedures

September 24, 2015 | by SeeMore

Advancements in ultrasound-guided needle procedures have allowed clinicians to nearly perfect regional anesthesia procedures, needle biopsies, central line placement, and other procedures for the diagnosis and treatment or disease.  Though a variety of techniques are used to track the path of the needle, most cases require the practitioner to first identify the desired...
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How Mobile Health Devices Can Help Remote Patients

September 17, 2015 | by SeeMore

In many countries, access to even the basic levels of health care is restricted or impaired due to limited equipment, infrequent access to power, and even by a lack of a standard health care infrastructure. However, advances in mobile health technology over the past few years have been essential for improving access...
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SeeMore Imaging - Portable Ultrasounds

Ultrasound for Pediatric Emergency Departments

August 27, 2015 | by SeeMore

Improving efficiency and patient care behind the busy curtains of the emergency room is an ongoing challenge.  Bedside ultrasonography is a safe, fast and valuable tool that is being used to help solve this challenge: and although it's long been used in adult emergency situations, it has recently gained more...
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Portable USB Probe for Doctors

Upcoming Course: Introduction to MSK Extremity

August 19, 2015 | by SeeMore

We're excited to see another valuable course being offered September 17 - September 18, 2015 in Mississauga, Ontario, focusing on an Introduction to MSK Extremity.  MSK Extremity ultrasound is in high demand, and miEducation’s Upper and Lower Extremity course is one of the most recommended by sonographers and IHF clinic...
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Point-of-Care Ultrasound Course

Portable Ultrasound Systems for Speech Language Pathology

July 24, 2015 | by SeeMore

Ultrasound as a visual feedback tool is fast becoming a well used resource in the field of speech language pathology. Pioneers Dr. Penelope Bacsfalvi & Dr. May Bernhardt began doing clinical research using ultrasound in 2000, and Dr. Bacsfalvi has been using it clinically ever since: she completed her doctoral dissertation in...
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Ultrasounds in Ghana

The UWR/Wa Project – Portable Ultrasound in UWR Ghana

July 16, 2015 | by SeeMore

SeeMore Imaging Canada has recently sold one of our portable ultrasound systems to an amazing team at the UWR/Wa Project, who have been campaigning to bring prenatal ultrasound to the upper west region of Ghana, where the child mortality rate is 5 times that of the United States or Canada. Gifty...
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Point-of-Care Ultrasound Course

Upcoming Training: Point-of-Care Ultrasound Course

March 27, 2015 | by SeeMore

We receive many questions about the availability of point-of-care ultrasound training specific to the needs of Family & Primary Care Physicians, so we are very pleased to announce a course on the topic being held on both June 6 and June 7, 2015 in Georgetown, ON. Led by the renowned...
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