Created for your point-of-care, the Venue Go™ ultrasound was designed for your needs and adapts for your challenges.
Its flexible design allows you to go from cart to table to boom with ease, providing your department with needed adaptability. AI-enabled tools help enable fast assessments, simplify the complex and support your life-saving decisions. Built with a small footprint and increased portability, Venue Go provides the flexibility you need to scan, diagnose and treat with ease and accuracy across a wide range of environments and care areas.
Easy to reach probes
Smart cable management puts probes safely up top and cables out of the way and off the floor
Long-lasting power Batteries can provide scan times of up to two hours
Built for durability
A 15.6-inch screen durable enough to withstand bumps, bangs and splashes
Easy to clean
Smooth and seamless surface supports infection control efforts
Our most robust system
A fully featured, multi-purpose ultrasound system made for your Point of Care at your side
Unit detaches from adjustable cart and allows for use on table top or standard VESA® connection
Enables continuous calculation of real-time ejection fraction without having to conduct an ECG.
Capture instant, precise results — within +/– 10 points of experts in 86% of cases.1
Facilitates shock evaluation by focusing on key organs linked to patient status: the heart, lungs, and inferior vena cava.
Associated rapid assessments:
Measure IVC collapsibility or distensibility accurately and automatically.
Equivalent to an expert user’s ability 87% of the time.2
The VTI trending function helps clinicians quickly visualize the trend so the next course of action can be determined.
Experience up to 82% time savings.3 Auto B-Lines
Calculate overall lung score in one step. You can also use it with Lung Sweep to highlight B-lines and display the frame with the most B-lines per rib space.
As highly reliable as visual counting.4
During the scouting phase, use cNerve to identify the nerve landmark and see it highlighted on the image. Helps detect and track the nerve in 99% of cases while scanning or reviewing a stored clip.
2 Probes of choice