Where in the World is ShowCase?
Where can you find ShowCase in use?
All over the World! We don't know all of
the innovative uses our customers have
for ShowCase, but we do know that ShowCase is
widely used for clinical
applications and for teaching and research
projects. We have customers in
veterinary medicine, attorneys offices,
major universities, sonography training
schools, corporate marketing
departments and more. The map below
shows most of the places on Earth where
we know people are using ShowCase. Some
recent outreach projects we are proud to
have been a part of are described on
this page. If you are using ShowCase for
an unusual project that you think should
be included on this page let us know!
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Haiti - Earthquake Relief
Canadian Forces Health
Services (CFHS) provided
emergency health services to
Haiti in the aftermath of the
Jan 2010 earthquake. Donated
Zonare ultrasound machines and
ShowCase software assisted them
in their mission. For more
information on this outreach to
Haiti by CFHS
follow this link .
"Thank you to your company
for providing us with the
software. It enhanced our
ability to assist local people
and ensure images of ultrasounds
would accompany them back to the
location where the volunteer
organization was looking after
them." -- Stacy Alcock,
CF Health Services Group
Kumasi, Ghana - OB/Gyn
An outreach program with the
International Society of
Ultrasound in Obstetrics and
Gynecology is working on
lowering infant and maternal
mortality as part of the U.N.
Millennium Cities Initiative.
Donated Siemens ultrasound
machines and ShowCase software
helped with their program to identify high risk
more information on the ISUOG
project follow this
Plays a Small Part in Some Very Big
Hearted Outreach Projects
Samara, Russia -
Heart to Heart International
Children's Medical Alliance had
a 7 year cooperative effort program
in Samara, Russia with the
Samara Regional Cardiac Center,
now a totally self sustained
Brooks in the
Samara Pediatric ICU -
see more photos...
In the Fall of 2009 Pediatric
Cardiologists from the UCSF
Pediatric Heart Center, Dr.
Michael Brook, Dr. Mark Cocalis,
and Dr.David Teitel went on the
final mission to set up cardiac
data collection. "ShowCase
software on our netbook computer
plays superbly, both echos and
caths" reported Dr Brook.
For more information on the
Heart to Heart programs go to
Cochabamba, Bolivia -
The Tsimane Health and Life
History Project from the
University of New Mexico is a
joint health and anthropology
project aimed at understanding
the impacts of ecology and
evolution on the shaping of the
human life course.
performed for the
& Life History project.
Echocardiograms are reviewed
For more information on the
Tsimane Health and Life History
Project, follow this link.