GE Venue 50

Venue 50
GE Venue 50 Ultrasound

Simple. Fast. Precise.

 

From power up to clean up, delivering crisp images quickly with the simplicity of a tablet. Those were the values that users requested that drove the creation of the Venue 50. Ready to go when you are, 90% of core applications are just two taps away. Its seamless control panel helps make disinfection easy.

 

Below is a generalized description of this systems technology, specifications, features, and options. The below may not reflect the features and options available on units in our inventory.

Simple. Fast. Precise. Empowering Emergency Medicine.
 
Challenges in Emergency Medicine A wide variety of patients, a wide variety of problems, a wide variety of users… and no time. When emergency medicine physicians met with GE scientists, they asked for tools to help them make confident decisions quickly.
 
Designed for Emergency Medicine
From power up to clean up, delivering crisp images quickly with the simplicity of a tablet. Those were the values that users requested that drove the creation of the Venue 50. Ready to go when you are, 90%1 of core applications are just two taps away. Its seamless control panel helps make disinfection easy.
Simple
The simplicity of a tablet is just the beginning. Simplifying the workflow to three steps – Home, Scan, Review – makes the system refreshingly straightforward for both the power-user and occasional user.
• One-button and go. Choose the probe and application with a single tap. It’s more than fast… it helps to ensure that the system is properly set up even when you’re in a hurry.
• The control you’d expect from a tablet. Pinch, slide, or tap your way through the procedure, even with your gloves on.
• Simple connectivity. One tap wirelessly sends images to multiple storage locations.
 
Fast
Whether you’re measuring seconds for clinical reasons, or you’re measuring productivity for business reasons, the Venue 50 was built for speed.
• Fast boot-up. Boots up while you put your gloves on.
• Lock-up to clean up. Lock screen mode protects the system settings as you quickly wipe the screen. It’s programmable to limit unauthorized access too.
• Portable and wireless. Easily moves from patient to patient on battery power – well-suited to a high paced environment.
 
Precise
Helping to see the origin of the complaint – bony or soft, abdomen or finger, obese or frail, superficial or deep – is fundamental. Precise imaging is at the core of the Venue 50.
• Gel & go imaging. Crisp images without the hassle.
• See the needle tip. The Venue 50 uses two different types of ultrasound: One for tissue and one for metal. This helps the needle stand out without sacrificing the detail of the target.
 
 

System Specifications:
-12.1″ High Resolution LCD Touch Monitor
-1024×768 Monitor Resolution
Dimensions: 9 lbs, 11″ x 10.8″ x 2.2″
 
User Interface
Operator Keyboard:

  • Alphanumeric Keyboard
  • Ergonomic Hard Key Operations
  • Integrated Recording Keys for Remote Control of
  • Peripheral Devices and DICOM Devices
  • 6 TGC Pods, with Re-mapping functionality at any depth
  • Backlight keys

Console Design:

  • Laptop Style
  • Integrated HDD (4068)
  • Wireless LAN Support
  • USB ECG (AHA/ IEC) (Optional) Support
  • CWD (Optional) Support
  • 1 probe port with micro—connector
  • Rear handle

Display Screen:

  • 15-inch, high resolution color LCD
  • Resolution: 1024 x 768 pixels
  • Total screen area: 1280 x 1024 pixels
  • Interactive Dynamic Software Menu
  • Integrated Speakers
  • Audio Volume Adjustment
  • Open Angle Adjustable – 0 to 1600

 

Operating Mode
  • B-Mode
  • Color Flow Mode
  • PDI-Mode
  • M-Mode
  • PW/CW-Mode
  • LOGIQ view
  • Available on the following probes: 12L & 8L
  • Virtual Convex
  • Available on the following probes: 12L & 8L

 

Standards Features
  • High Resolution 15 inch Color LCD
  • 325 Frames (15 sec) Standard CINE Memory (64MB)
  • 4063 Hard Drive
  • External DVD RNV storage
  • Loops storage-from ‘on the f‌ly‘ scanning and from memory
  • Automatic Optimization
    • Auto Tissue Optimization: ATO
    • Auto CFM Optimization: ACO
    • Auto Spectrum Optimization: ASO
  • ACE (Adaptive Color Enhancement)
  • TruAccess, Raw Data Processing
  • Patient Information Database
  • Image Archive on Hard Drive *
  • Full M&A Calculation Package with Real Time Auto
  • Doppler Calculations
  • Vascular Calcs
  • Cardiac Calcs
  • OB Calcs and Tables
  • Fetal Trending
  • Multi Gestational Calcs
  • Hip Dysplasia Calcs
  • Gynecological Calcs
  • Urological Calcs
  • Renal Calcs

 

Hard Drive
  • Internal 160 GB hard drive
  • Allows storage of patient studies that include images, reports and measurements
  • Storage capacity of 150,00 images with compression: color or black/white

 

Scanning Method & Transducers
  • Electronic Convex
  • Electronic Linear with slant scanning
  • Convex Array
  • Microconvex Array
  • Linear Array
  • Phase Array

 

Media & Peripherals
  • External USB DVD-RW (standard)
  • USB thermal B&W printer, Sony UPD-897 (option)
  • USB thermal color printer, Sony UPD-23 MD (option)
  • Bluetooth wireless printers, using HP450 printers, where available
  • Wireless LAN using Linksys WUSBS4G supporting the 802.11a/blg formats, where available”
  • Memory Stick

 

System Input/ Output
  • SVGA
  • USB (Footswitch, DVD-RW, video printer)
  • DC Power input

 

Power Supply
  • Voltage: 100- 240 V AC
  • Frequency: 50/60Hz
  • Power: Max. 130 VA with Peripherals

 
 
 

Applications Specific Calculations

  • Abdomen
  • Cardiac
  • Gynecology
  • Small Parts
  • Obstetrics

 

Measurements & Calculations

B-Mode:

  • Distance
  • Circumference/Area (Ellipse, Trace)
  • % Stenosis
  • Volume
  • Angle
  • A/B Ratio

M-Mode:

  • Tissue Depth (Distance)
  • Time Interval
  • Depth Difference with Time Interval & Slope
  • % Stenosis
  • A/B Ratio
  • Heart Rate

Doppler Mode:

  • Velocity
  • TAMAX, TAMIN, and TAMEAN (Manual/Auto Trace)
  • Two Velocities with Slope and Time Interval
  • Time Interval
  • Pl (Pulsatility Index)
  • RI (Resistive Index)
  • S/D Ratio
  • D/S Ratio
  • AIB Ratio
  • Max PG (Pressure Gradient)
  • Mean PG (Pressure Gradient)
  • SV (Stroke Volume)
  • FV (Flow Volume)
  • CO(cardiac output)
  • Heart Rate

 

Structured Reporting
  • DICOM-Cardiac Structured Reporting
  • DICOM Vascular Structured Reporting
  • DICOM-OB/GYN Structured Reporting

Transducers Ports
 

  • One active port connectors
  • Frequency range: 2.0 —10.0 MHz

 

Transducers/ Probes

 

  • Linear Array 4-13 MHz*
  • Intraoperative I Hockey Stick 4-10 MHz
  • Curved Array 2—5 MHz
  • Micro-Convex 4-10 MHz
  • Phased l Sector Array 1.5-4 MHz
  • Endocavity 4-10 MHz
  • Veterinary (Equine) 4-10 MHz

 

Cardiac Transducer/ Probe

Adult Cardiac 1.5-4 MHz*