ACCELERATE TREATMENT DECISIONS
Quickly triage patients and make quick clinical decisions with a Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) you carry in your pocket.
Expedite care when time counts
Increase speed to diagnosis
In major Trauma patients, using handheld ultrasound to conduct FAST exams can help save precious time in emergency situations.1
Increase diagnostic precision
Medical residents with limited ultrasound experience increased their diagnostic in 1 of 3 patients examined in the emergency department.2
All-in-one dual probe system for quick checks and simple procedures
Vscan Extend has a promising future as an indispensable gadget, like the stethoscope, in evaluating trauma and other critical patients in the emergency department3
Reduce the need for extra tests
In major trauma patients, using handheld ultrasound to conduct FAST exams is a reliable and rapid alternative to MDCT.4
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Vscan Extend Handheld Ultrasound for Emergency Medicine
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Instant App Access. Extended Tools at your Fingertips.
GE Healthcare has partnered with DiA Imaging Analysis, Ltd. to provide the LVivo EF app. It calculates ejection fraction, end-systolic and end-diastolic left ventricular volumes by automated edge detection of the left myocardial wall using apical 4-chamber views.
Enables automated TGC (time gain compensation) with a single key stroke during live scanning. Gain will be automatically adjusted for all depths.
A flexible, protocol enabled measurement tool for calculating urinary bladder volumes. It can be used anytime during a scan.
Navigates you through a systematic lung ultrasound exam. It automatically activates your scanning preset and annotates each image during the lung exam.
Provides the M-Mode capability specifically to support lung assessment and documentation of signs like seashore.
Scan Coach RHD
Provides a protocol to help you obtain images and data to assess the presence of RHD disease in the path to determining treatment options.
Scan Coach FATE
Provides a protocol of standard ultrasound imaging views and context-based reference materials to perform a systematic FATE exam.
Scan Coach FCU
Provides a protocol of standard ultrasound imaging views and context-based reference materials to perform a systematic evaluation of the heart.
Create a customized exam script that will help ensure exam consistency by guiding you through an ultrasound image acquisition protocol.
Wirelessly exported jpg files and mpg clips can be complemented by patient identifier and scan information, as recommended by ultrasound documentation standards such as AIUM and DEGUM.
Mirror the display of the Vscan Extend onto a wireless display via Miracast. You will have the ability to share and collaborate with other healthcare providers and patients.
The Vscan family of handheld ultrasound solutions
Enables clinicians to easily image patients at the point of care.
- Two transducers. One probe.
- Clear images for informed decisions.
- Easy to use. Every day.
- Support in every scan.
- Backed by GE Healthcare’s legacy of handheld ultrasound innovation.
Dedicated, hardwired device with 5″ touchscreen
Designed for broad clinical utility with dual probe
Well-suited for advanced focused cardiac assessments**
Sector and linear transducers
View in portrait mode
Wirelessly export images to Tricefy™
Personalize your device with access to apps – LVivo EF, Urinary Bladder Volume, Lung M-Mode and more
** Vscan Extend is suited for a focused, standardized assessment of the cardiac size, structure and function at the point-of-care including LV function and significant structural and valvular function abnormalities, in addition to meeting the aforementioned guidelines.
1. Schleder & Schreyer, Department of Radiology, University Medical Center Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany; “Diagnostic Value of a Hand-Carried Ultrasound Device for Free IntraAbdominal Fluid and Organ Lacerations in Major Trauma Patients;” Emerg Med J, 2012; PubMed ID (PMID) 22518057
2. Andersen & Dalen, Levanger Hospital, Nord-Trøndelag Health Trust, Levanger, Norway Medical Imaging Laboratory and Department of Circulation and Medical Imaging, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; “Diagnostic Influence of Routine Point-of-Care Pocket-size Ultrasound Examinations Performed by Medical Residents;” J Ultrasound Med, 2015; PubMed ID (PMID) 25792578
3. Coskun & Şahin Kavakli, Ankara Training and Research Hospital; Ankara Atatürk Training and Research Hospital, Ankara, Turkey; “Our New Stethoscope in the Emergency Department: Hand-Held Ultrasound;” Turkish Journal of Trauma & Emergency Surgery, 2011; PubMed ID (PMID) 22289999
4. Schleder & Schreyer, Department of Radiology, University Medical Center Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany; “Diagnostic Value of a Hand-Carried Ultrasound Device for Free IntraAbdominal Fluid and Organ Lacerations in Major Trauma Patients;” Emerg Med J, 2012; PubMed ID (PMID) 22518057