GE Healthcare, an integral part of
General Electric Company
), recently unveiled the next generation pocket-sized ultrasound
device with dual probe titled Vscan. The new product combines
sector probe with linear probe, making ultrasound scanning
The 2-in-1 probe ultrasound device is the first of its kind and
supports various core points with regard to ultrasound procedures.
The pocket-sized ultrasound technology provides deep and shallow
scans, thereby helping healthcare providers with faster workflow
that saves cost and time. The user-friendly device is
ultra-portable with excellent image quality to deliver better
clinical outcome. This new device optimizes workflow, utilizes
resources effectively, increases reporting productivity and
improves the accuracy of service in ultrasound procedures.
GE Healthcare provides transformational medical technologies and
services to meet the demand for greater access, enhanced quality
and affordable healthcare facilities across the globe. The new
device is likely to further expand the scope of innovative
technologies for patient care and assist healthcare systems with
ultrasound diagnostic tools in the fields of cardiology, women's
health and emergency medicine.
General Electric, the parent company, is one of the most
diversified technologies and financial service corporations in the
world. Its segments include Power & Water, Oil & Gas,
Energy Management, Aviation, Healthcare, Transportation, Home &
Business Solutions, and GE Capital.
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