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Ultrasound in Hepatology

Ultrasound in Hepatology

Hepatology is the medical specialty devoted to liver function and the health of the gallbladder, biliary tree, and pancreas. The human body’s ability to process nutrients, metabolize medications,...

PoCUS: Expanding Access to Emergency Ultrasound

PoCUS: Expanding Access to Emergency Ultrasound

Point-of-care ultrasound (PoCUS) is among the most pivotal and universally appreciated technologies in emergency medical care. When precision matters, and every second counts, PoCUS provides the...

Volumetric Ultrasound for Expedient Diagnosis

Volumetric Ultrasound for Expedient Diagnosis

In healthcare, an expedient diagnosis is fundamental to successful treatment. The faster the diagnosis, the quicker a patient’s clinical team can determine the right treatment approach. But a fast...

Ultrasound Innovation Critical for U.S. Military

Ultrasound Innovation Critical for U.S. Military

What critical role does innovative, mobile ultrasound technology fill for the U.S. military? A quick and accurate diagnosis is crucial to emergency evacuation and medical care on the battlefield....

The Emergency Ultrasound Difference

The Emergency Ultrasound Difference

What difference can an emergency ultrasound make to a patient’s prognosis? To give just one of many possible examples, on-site, first-responder access to portable ultrasound technology informs every...

Harmonic Imaging vs. Traditional Ultrasound

Harmonic Imaging vs. Traditional Ultrasound

As diagnostic imaging technology advances, variations on the traditional ultrasound are gaining ground in a variety of clinical specialties. For many patients, their concept of ultrasound originates...

What Does Being a Veteran-Owned Business Mean to You?

What Does Being a Veteran-Owned Business Mean to You?

 What does it mean to be a veteran-owned business at Acertara? Acertara CEO G. Wayne Moore, a former Marine, shares the history of service among the team and their dedication to the healthcare...