ACCELERATE TREATMENT DECISIONS FOR WOMEN AND THEIR BABIES
Handheld ultrasound in your pocket for quick scans to put concerned mothers at ease.
Introducing Vscan Air™ – a wireless handheld ultrasound system that helps you make clinical decisions by quickly ruling in or out certain conditions.
Make ultrasound part of your daily practice.
When it’s this easy to see within your patient’s body, it is natural to use ultrasound in your OB/GYN practice, L&D, and during patient rounds, fitting seamlessly into your workflow.
Available wherever and whenever you need it.
Optimized for OB/GYN.
Designed for the most common obstetric and gynecological exams, such as fetal heartbeat and movements, check amniotic fluid levels, determine fetal presentation and position, examine placenta position, monitor labor progress, evaluate abnormal vaginal bleeding, confirm intra-uterine pregnancy, rule out ectopic pregnancy, and evaluate breast lumps or nodules.
Clear images. Informed decisions.
Vscan Air delivers exceptional images to support you in seeing details and confirming findings during quick checks in your OB/GYN practice, L&D, and during patient rounds. With remarkable image quality, Vscan Air can help you quickly decide on the next steps* for your patients.
Vscan Air is available right away, wherever you need it, so you can efficiently complete unplanned ultrasound exams without a console system in the exam room and without waiting for a system to become available.
By your side.
Make the most of your system with the easy-to-use design, backed by GE Healthcare educational tools and a 3-year warranty.
Clinical Resources for
- CLINICAL IMAGES
- STUDIES & EVIDENCE
For optimal experience, view on personal computer
Do Pocket-Sized Ultrasound Machines Have the Potential to be Used as a Tool to Triage Patients in Obstetrics and Gynecology?
Screening for breech presentation using universal late-pregnancy ultrasound – A prospective cohort study and cost effectiveness analysis
Vscan Air. Ready when you are.
Need help deciding which Vscan is right for you?
The Vscan family of handheld ultrasound solutions – Vscan Air and Vscan Extend – 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.
Use your own mobile device*
Designed for whole body scanning with dual probe
Well-suited for basic or limited focused cardiac assessments**
Convex and high frequency linear transducers
View in both portrait and landscape modes
Flexible wireless dataflows, no cloud required
Share anonymized images via mobile apps
* Compatible with a range of Android™ and iOS® smartphones and tablets
** Vscan Air is suited for the assessment of pericardial effusion and tamponade, cardiac activity, global assessment of contractility, and the detections of central venous volume status to meet the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) 2020 Policy Statement for Emergency Ultrasound Guidelines
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
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.
Hear from your peers
*Andersen & Dalen – Diagnostic Influence of Routine Point-of-Care Pocket-size Ultrasound Examinations Performed by Medical Residents – J Ultrasound Med. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=25792578; Filopei & Kory 2014 – Impact of Pocket Ultrasound Use by Internal Medicine House Staff in the Diagnosis of Dyspnea; Maw & Soni 2018 – Inpatient Notes: Why Should Hospitalists Use Point-of-Care Ultrasound? – Annals for Hospitals