Vscan Family

Pocket-sized ultrasound that may transform the way physicians see their patients. Vscan products offer a quick look that may help strengthen your clinical confidence, aid in speedy diagnosis, and deepen the patient connection.

Vscan Family

The value of the redefined exam

System Level

Potential Clinical Value: Adds information to exams; helps speed diagnostic decisions; helps get right patient to right exam.
Potential Economic Value: Help reduce unnecessary testing, and optimizes valuable resources.
Physician Personal Value: Portable, intuitive and quick to use; helps deepens patient connection.
Potential Patient Value: Prompt information, helps reduce unnecessary visits.   

Vscan pocket-sized ultrasound provides proven results. Learn more about Vscan, and Vscan with Dual Probe:


The first pocket-sized ultrasound with two transducers in one probe.

Evidence

Vscan supports clinician, department and health system goals

Doctor with teenage patient and VScan.

Health System Goals

Clinical excellence: Vscan has high image quality1
Operational efficiency: Vscan may improve quality of referrals2
Lower healthcare costs: The use of Vscan may reduce exam times and cost of exams3

 

1. Diagnostic Accuracy of a Hand-Held Ultrasound Scanner in Routine Patients Referred for Echocardiography Christian Prinz, MD, and Jens-Uwe Voigt, MD, Leuven, Belgium; and Bad Oeynhausen, J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 2011 Feb;24(2):111-6. Epub 2010 Dec 3; The diagnostic accuracy is based on appropriate training and expertise and based upon comparison of GE Vivid 7 or E9

2. Usefulness of a New Miniaturized Echocardiographic System in Outpatient Cardiology Consultations as an Extension of Physical Examination Nuno Cardim, MD, PhD, Covadonga Fernandez Golfin, MD, Daniel Ferreira, MD, Adalia Aubele, MD, Julia Toste, Miguel Angel Cobos, MD, Vanda Carmelo, MD, Igor Nunes, MD, Ant_onio Gouveia Oliveira, MD, PhD, and Jose Zamorano, MD, PhD, Lisbon, Portugal; Madrid, Spain J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 2011 Feb;24(2):117-24. Epub 2010 Nov 12

3. Pocket-sized imaging device (PSID) effectiveness for ward-based transthoracic studies (TTE); a clinical and economic study. Silvia Gianstefani, Norman Catibog, Almira R. Whittaker, Antionios G Ioannidis, Francesco Vecchio, Peter T. Wathen, Abdel Douiri, Joseph Reiken, and Mark J. Monaghan European Heart Journal; May 24, 2013 and conducted at King’s College Hospital, London UK; the users were experienced sonographers and echocardiography fellows