Venue POC

Venue™

Simple. Fast. Precise.

The technology may be advanced, but the mission is the same: Simple, fast and precise in the critical moment.

When every second matters, there is Venue™. Representing the next step in Point of Care imaging, the Venue ultrasound system offers a simple, fast, and precise way to assess your patient’s medical status in the critical moment.

Fast assessment for tough decisions

Automated tools exclusively available with Venue empower fast and accurate decisions when every second counts.

  • Venue Shock Toolkit
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    Venue Ultrasound: Shock Toolkit Demo

  • Auto Infographic

    Faster Fluid Responsiveness Tests – Auto VTI

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  • Venue Auto VTI Tool
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    Heart pumping enough? Auto VTI

  • venue_auto_ivc
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    Enough fluid in the system? Auto IVC

  • venue_auto_b_lines
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    Fluid in the lungs? Auto B-lines

  • GE Healthcare POC Ultrasound
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    GE Healthcare Point of Care Ultrasound

  • Value of Auto VTI
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    The Value of Auto VTI

  • Venue Ultrasound
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    Venue Ultrasound Auto Workflows

  • Emergency Medicine

    Fluid in the abdomen? eFAST Tool

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Venue Demo

Academic basis for Venue

Venue is based on advanced technology, but its inspiration is not in software and fancy processors... it’s in well-established medicine. While many care areas are important for a general purpose ultrasound system, in Venue we focused on tools to help caregivers attending to patients, including those in shock. Our developers read hundreds of papers during the development. These are the top twelve that shaped our thinking. We thought you might like to read along with us.

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Designed for the critical moment

Tough, secure, and built for self-service

Venue and the EM & CC caregiver community

Research with GE

Do you have a specific research interest that impacts the critical patient? Call us at 866-281-7545 or click the submit email button to have us contact you about your research proposal.

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