Physicians, hospitals, allied health care providers should take note of this article that announces privacy litigation as the "new frontier for class actions". Patient Privacy - Are you Protected? Any time litigators hail a [...]
Clearwater Clinical recently sat down with Dr. Alp Sener, Associate Professor and Urologist in the Department of Surgery at Western University in London, Ontario Canada. We talked about the ClearSCOPE Endoscope Adaptor, and how this highly portable mobile medical device [...]
The ClearSCOPE Endoscope Adaptor connects the smartphone you already own to any standard endoscope. Now, physicians and residents can capture HD images of every single endoscopic procedure performed -- without having to rely on [...]
This video was captured by Dr. Ross Campbell, an Otolaryngology resident at the University of Ottawa. A 56 year old male underwent TEVAR (thoracic endovascular aortic repair) of thoracic aortic aneurysm. He became hoarse immediately [...]
Orlando, FL— September 22, 2014 — Following 14 months of field testing by more than 2000 physicians, today Clearwater Clinical announced the general release of its ground breaking ClearSCOPE Endoscope Adaptor for smartphones. ClearSCOPE [...]
ClearScope Endoscope Adapter Case Study: Physician Assistant for Solo-Practitioner in Otorhinolaryngology.
What type of health professional are you, and why did you decide to use the ClearScope? I am a physician assistant working in adult and pediatric otorhinolaryngology (ENT). I have been practicing in South Florida [...]
The video demonstrates the relatively late presentation of supraglottic cancers which do not often present with hoarseness but rather dysphagia or other symptoms. In this case the man has a large lingual/laryngeal epiglottic T2 lesion [...]
This video depicts a right vocal cord paralysis.
This video depicts a suspiciously large right tonsil. These cases can be disconcerting, as the possibility of lymphoma exists. Again – referral and clear communication is essential to timely treatment.
Male with a T1 Laryngeal Cancer of the glottis. These lesions tend to present early with hoarseness due to their location on the vocal cord. Treatment of isolated lesions usually involved local excision with or [...]
This video shows a boy of 8 with hoarseness. On the left of the screen is a video of the process of endoscopy which has been synced with the actual video obtained. In this case [...]
This video details the various uses of the ClearSCOPE adaptor. It begins with a difficult intubation using a Retromolar endoscope attached to that adaptor. The endoscope comes with its own light source and so the entire [...]
This video depicts a baby with difficulty breathing. The classic “omega” shaped or infantile epiglottis can be seen to curl up such that there is little room for air to pass. The epiglottis itself also [...]
Laryngomalacia is the most common cause of neonatal stridor. In this video you will see a normal paediatric larynx followed by an infant who has severe laryngomalacia. At the first breath you may hear a [...]