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The GE Venue 40 is an easy to use portable ultrasound system. With three probes that are always connected and an intuitive, user friendly design, the used GE Venue 40 delivers on convenience and quality of performance. The GE Venue 40 was designed without buttons, keyboards or knobs to provide a simple and seamless experience - for both the diagnostician and the patient. Simply bring the system out of standby mode, apply the imaging gel and start using the GE Venue 40. It couldn’t be easier or faster to get the images you need.
The Venue 40 comes with incredibly easy to use pre-configured application settings, fast boot up time and easy switching between different exam types. The system has many of the more advanced imaging features you’ll find in higher priced ultrasound console options, and is lightweight and very portable for busy office settings.
With the GE Venue 40, it’s easy to achieve the image resolution you need for improved diagnostic confidence. Advanced needle recognition, Power Doppler Imaging and great PDI sensitivity makes it easy to detect changes in many different parts of the body. The GE Venue 40 also makes it possible to quickly detect inflammation, monitor blood flow and measure other anatomical details quickly and easily.
In addition to all of these features, the Venue 40 is capable of providing ultrasound images for small parts, musculoskeletal, vascular, and other general applications. For any additional information regarding this particular ultrasound system or any other machine, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Compatible Ultrasound Probes / Transducers
CrossXBeam is GE's term for Spacial Compound Imaging - Compounding Imaging, simply put, is applying an ultrasound transducer and it’s beam to swiftly and instantly capture several ultrasound images from various angles.
The Venue 50 includes all of the features that the Venue 40 has, but is more versatile in ultrasound application capability and probe compatibility. Both are touch screen tablet ultrasounds that include a rolling stand and are generally utilized for emergency medicine scenarios.
The GE Venue 40 is used to project ultrasound images for vascular, small parts, anesthesia, musculoskeletal and general parts applications