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Ultrasound Machines | Portable Handheld Ultrasound Machine

Ultrasound Machines | Portable Handheld Ultrasound Machine

Ultrasound Machines, Systems, and Equipment

Non-invasive diagnostic tools are one of the cornerstones to quality care. As you begin planning your next ultrasound equipment purchase, consider the following ultrasound equipment options by GE Healthcare.

Browse Ultrasound Machine Equipment from GE

Shop from our selection of ultrasound machines including portable handheld ultrasound machines. Once you've found the ultrasound machine that meets the needs of your medical facility, fill out the form on the page and a specialist will be in touch.

Portable Handheld Vscan Air™

A portable handheld ultrasound that helps you make clinical decisions by quickly ruling in or out a variety of conditions.

  • Optimized for the most common physician exams to support a range of adult and pediatric applications
  • See into the whole body with a simple flip of the reflow probe
  • Helps you accelerate clinical decisions and perform simple procedures

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Portable Handheld Vscan Air™

GE Healthcare Versana Active™

The Versana Active™ ultrasound system delivers the imaging capability of a console in a hand-carried, lightweight package that enables you to take your system to your patients, on premises, or remote facilities. This reliable system brings the agility of a laptop unit with the capability of attaching to a cart, while being small enough to fit into tight spaces.

  • Advanced capability in a compact system
  • Whizz one-touch dynamic imaging
  • High spatial contrast resolution
  • InSite™ service technology for fast remote diagnostics and streamlined clinical applications support

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GE Healthcare Versana Balance™

A complete solution for efficient and practical scans. Intuitive, automated tools simplify exams and streamline patient workflow.

  • Whizz one-touch tuning for continuously optimized imaging
  • Fast reconstruction of anatomical sweeps with 4D image rendering of all 3 planes
  • Scan Assistant technology to aid in maximizing exam consistency
  • Thyroid Productivity and Auto Bladder tools

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GE Healthcare Vivid T9

The Vivid T9 Ultra Edition introduces new AI-based technology to help facilitate improved workflow.

  • Manual caliper measurements can be completed with 3 clicks: Freeze – Measure – Auto
  • EchoPAC Software Only and EchoPAC Plug-in for customized workflow integration
  • Embedded SonoDefense to help keep data safe and functional in the face of cyber threats

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GE Healthcare Vivid S70

Designed to help you overcome demanding clinical challenges with all-new AI-based technology.

  • Clinical specialties include interventional, pediatrics, cardiology, and echo lab
  • Advanced ultrasound technology for difficult clinical cases
  • 4D color flow rendering for volumetric flow perception and semi-transparent visualization

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GE Healthcare LOGIQ™ P9

Personalized, Patient-Centric, and Powerful

  • Color-coded elastogram display/2D Shear Wave Elastography
  • Added efficiency via personalized workflow tools and automation
  • Great penetration and contrast sensitivity (Aptitude Modulation Technique)
  • Ultrasound-Guided Attenuation Parameter (UGAP) for NAFLD assessments

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Ultrasound Machines from The Venue Family

GE Healthcare Venue Ultrasound

Built for durability, even in hectic environments including ER, Critical Care, and Pediatrics.

  • 19-inch locking articulating monitor
  • Smaller footprint allows for easy maneuvering in tight spaces
  • Smooth and seamless surface supports infection control efforts
  • Flexible, rotatable swivel arm

GE Healthcare Venue Go™

Created for point-of-care, adapting to your unique challenges.

  • 15.6-inch repositionable touch screen
  • Flexible design allows you to go from cart to table to boom with ease
  • Battery powered 2-hour active scan time with color-changing battery indicator

GE Healthcare Venue FIT™

Designed to fit your space and your needs.

  • Small but powerful- the smallest footprint in the Venue family
  • Allows for cart, kickstand, or standard VESA connection options
  • Simple gesture interface-touch, pinch, swipe

Ultrasound Machine Buyer's Guide

As the health care industry continues to advance, improving patient outcomes remains a top priority among clinicians around the globe. Ensuring your practice remains up to date with the latest technology could mean putting pressure on your bottom line. Searching for cost-effective and patient-centric equipment including ultrasound machines could become a challenge. Our buyer's guide is here to help ease the purchasing process and answer question you may have.

Henry Schein Medical offers a diverse portfolio of capital imaging equipment that can fit the needs of your practice. From wireless, to hand-carried, our selection of high performing ultrasounds can accelerate clinical decisions while improving the patient experience.

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How Does an Ultrasound Machine Work?

An ultrasound machine can be categorized as diagnostic or therapeutic; both using high frequency sound waves to generate imagery. The most common uses for ultrasound machines include:

  • Cardiac/Cardiovascular: ideal for an extensive range of cardiovascular applications including a primary focus on the heart or blood vessels. This ultrasound can diagnose various conditions affecting the heart, inclusive of heart defects, blockages in the arteries, and heart rhythm complications. In addition, locating tissue Doppler imaging or tissue velocity are other typical uses of a cardiac ultrasound. Clinicians can use these images to track the progress of stents or bypass surgery.
  • OB/GYN Ultrasound: can be used to for pelvic imaging to evaluate a fetus, uterus, ovaries, and neighboring tissue. Commonly used for routine examination, this ultrasound performs pregnancy checkups and can explore origins of infertility, pelvic discomfort, and vaginal complications.

How Much Does an Ultrasound Machine Cost?

Whether you are upgrading your ultrasound or making your first purchase, it's important to understand the cost of a new, used, or refurbished machine. In addition, recognizing what features your facility needs from an ultrasound machine will help your procurement process.

  • A brand-new machine sold by the original manufacturer or supplier can potentially range around anywhere from $20,000–$200,000 or higher.
  • A machine that has been used over the course of several months to years can sometimes range from $5,000-$40,000 contingent on the brand and model.
  • After a machine has been cleaned and repaired from prior use, a refurbished ultrasound's price tag can sometimes range from $28,000–$70,000. A refurbished machine can include cosmetic or functional upgrades. Cosmetic changes consist of cleaning and painting the cover depending on the condition. The functionality upgrades can range from software updates, parts replacements, and unlocking features. Opting for a refurbished machine could save your practice on cost and your bottom line.
  • Low-Range: This type of ultrasound machine is basic in nature and can be ideal for smaller-scale private medical facilities. Sometimes ranging from $5,000 to $30,000 in cost, a low-range machine does not come refurbished.
  • Mid-Range: The functionality and quality of a mid-range machine outranks the low-range equipment because of its elevated imaging capabilities. Because of its above-average competences, a mid-range machine can often cost between $15,000 to $60,000, a refurbished machine can sometimes vary between $25,000 to $35,000, and a new mid-range can range around $45,000 to $60,000.
  • High-Range: The advanced efficacies of a high-range machine offer extraordinary imaging with a price tag of often around $100,000 and beyond. Purchasing a refurbished high-range ultrasound machine can sometimes range from $50,000-$70,000 and a used high-end machine can sometimes range from $25,000 to $40,000.

Upgrading Your Ultrasound Machine

While updating your medical equipment can be exciting, it can also become overwhelming with so many options. Planning your procurement process and knowing when your ultrasound machine needs an upgrade can help with your buying journey.

  1. Research Equipment Options: start a conversation with your staff and key equipment users to understand the pain points around your current ultrasound machine to determine what you'll need your new machine to perform.
  2. Observe Your Current Workflow: when you're going through the process of your upgrade, it could have an impact on your current workflow. Consider adjusting your workflow patterns to ensure patient and staff satisfaction while minimizing stress in this transition.
  3. Create Project Plan: with appropriate and reasonable planning, scheduling your ultrasound upgrading period could consist of a few moving parts. It's important to map out your medical facilities project plan to ensure a smooth transition.
  4. Know Your Bottom Line: looking at your overhead and direct costs will help you budget for a new, used, or refurbished ultrasound machine.
  5. Talk to Trusted Industry Professionals: connect with your distributor or supplier to understand the potential behind an ultrasound upgrade.

What Transducers or Probe Do I Need for My Ultrasound Machine?

A transducer or probe is an essential component to an ultrasound. This device produces sound waves that bounce off body tissue and generate echoes. The transducer obtains the echoes and directs them to a computer to create an image called a sonogram.

Piezoelectric Crystals attains the image by generating sound waves and sets the footprint for the shape of the ultrasound beam. When an electric current encounters the crystals, they'll vibrate and emit ultrasound waves.

Types of Transducers and Probes

  • Linear Transducers: emits a large footprint with average resolution that can be used for vascular, thyroid, intraoperative, laparoscopy, breast examinations, and more. This transducer can produce a high frequency of 7-18Mhz
  • Convex Probes: good for in-depth examinations, convex probes central frequency ranges from 2.5MHz–7.5MHz. This transducer can be used for abdominal, nerve, musculoskeletal, OB/GYN examinations, and more.
  • Phased Array Transducer: producing a smaller footprint and a lower frequency of 2Mhz–7.5Mhz, the phased array probe is commonly selected for abdominal, cardiac, and brain examinations.

Ultrasound Machine Maintenance Tips

After you've made your ultrasound purchase, performing the proper maintenance tasks to ensure longevity and reliability from your equipment is essential. It's important to consider the following in your upkeep routine:

  • Inspect your probes regularly for cracks or swellings on or near the lens
  • Ensure your cable and connectors aren't discolored or wearing out due to overuse
  • Have quarterly service and performance audit by a service representative
  • Follow proper cleaning and disinfecting protocols

Explore the Advantages of Portable Handheld Ultrasound Machines

In the ever-evolving landscape of health care, innovation plays a crucial role in enhancing diagnostic capabilities and patient care. Our portable handheld ultrasound machines stand at the forefront of this revolution, offering a myriad of benefits tailored to meet the needs of today's dynamic medical professionals.

  1. Mobility and Convenience:
    • Compact and lightweight design allows for effortless portability
    • Conduct ultrasound examinations directly at the patient's bedside, in clinics, or even in remote settings
  2. Immediate Point-of-Care Assessments:
    • Accelerate decision-making with real-time imaging, enabling prompt diagnosis and treatment planning
    • Reduce patient wait times by performing quick and accurate assessments without the need for extensive equipment setup
  3. User-Friendly Interface:
    • Intuitive controls and user-friendly interfaces make our handheld ultrasound machines accessible to health care professionals of all experience levels
    • Streamlined workflows enhance efficiency, enabling practitioners to focus on patient care
  4. Versatile Imaging Capabilities:
    • Deliver high-quality imaging across various applications, including cardiology, obstetrics, musculoskeletal, and more
    • Experience the flexibility to address diverse patient needs with a single, portable device
  5. Wireless Connectivity:
    • Seamlessly integrate ultrasound data into electronic health records (EHR) systems
  6. Cost-Effective Solution:
    • Minimize upfront costs associated with traditional ultrasound machines
    • Eliminate the need for dedicated ultrasound rooms, optimizing facility resources
  7. Patient-Focused Care:
    • Enhance the patient experience by providing on-the-spot imaging, fostering a more interactive and informed health care journey
    • Reduce anxiety through immediate visualizations, aiding in patient education and communication

Ultrasound Machine Installation and Henry Schein Medical's White Glove Service

After you've made your purchase, our support doesn't stop there! Henry Schein Medical's White Glove Service ensures your imaging equipment order receives an elevated level of attention. Our team of Capital Equipment Specialists will suggest superior shipping considerations, provide state-of-the-art installation, and organize the complete procurement process with your timeline and delivery criteria in mind.

Learn why your next purchase deserves the white glove treatment by requesting a consultation today.