Introducing the Venue Family™
Fast assessment for tough decisions
Introducing the NEW Venue eFAST Tool
Venue Ultrasound: Shock Toolkit Demo
Venue includes automated tools that enable you to get the information you need to make fast decisions when triaging patients.
Heart pumping enough? Auto VTI
Key question: Is the heart pumping enough blood to the end organs? Venue Automation: If you can find a 5-chamber view, Venue can calculate cardiac output & VTI.
Enough fluid in the system? Auto IVC
Key question: Is there enough fluid in the system for the heart to pump to the end organs? Venue Automation: If you can find the IVC, Venue can display the diameter over time and calculate the collapsibility index.
Fluid in the lungs? Auto B-lines
Key question: Is there fluid in the lungs where it doesn't belong? Venue Automation: If you can find an adequate view of the pleura, Venue can count B-lines.
GE Healthcare Point of Care Ultrasound
The Value of Auto VTI
Venue Ultrasound Auto Workflows
The Inspiration for Venue
Watch the discussion with Venue's Chief Engineer
Designed for the critical moment
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Tough, secure, and built for self-service
Prepared for Point of Care
A familiar interface
Venue and the EM & CC caregiver community
Quickly trend VTI over time with the simple to use VTI Trending Tool.
Automatically highlight, count and show the image with the most B-lines using the Auto B-line tool.
Count on excellent color flow sensitivity to demonstrate regurgitant jets as in this mitral valve image with the 3Sc-RS
Visualize gallstones with confidence with the excellent contrast and spatial resolution of the C1-5-RS.
Calculate VTI and CO in one simple step using the Auto VTI Tool.
Quickly review all segments of the lung and follow up prior exams using the Lung Review .
Save time in that critical moment by automatically calculating the collapsibility index of the IVC using the Auto IVC Tool.
See the fine detail you need when evaluating the eye with the L12n-RS.
Confidently see the hyperechoic inflammatory change in the appendix with the excellent contrast resolution of the L12n-RS
Clearly display free fluid in a positive FAST exam with the excellent contrast resolution of the C1-5-RS