GE Vscan Dual Probe

Vscan with Dual Probe is general purpose diagnostic ultrasound imaging system for use by qualified and trained health care professionals enabling visualization and measurement of anatomical structures and fluid. The dual headed probe integrates both linear and phased array transducers that allows for a wide range of clinical applications. Its pocket-sized portability and simplified user interface enables integration into examination and training sessions. The information can be used for basic/focused assessments and adjunctively with other medical data for clinical diagnosis purposes during routine, periodic monitoring, and triage assessments for adults and pediatrics. Vscan with Dual Probe can be useful for procedural guidance. Vscan family of products is complemented with gateway software enabling image management at customers’ PC, a Vscan web portal, including online access to product and clinical information.


KEY FEATURES OF GE Vscan Dual Probe Head

The navigation wheel with minimized number of keys provides an intuitive thumb controllable user interface AutoOptimize adjusts gain for all depths automatically AutoCycle (cardiac preset) automatically detects full heart cycle for easy and fast review or storage.

Display unit 135 x 73 x 28 mm
Probe 129 x 39 x 28 mm
Weight (unit and probe) 436 g
Display 3.5 inches, 240 x 320 pixels resolution
4 GB microSD memory card
Graphic resolution 1024 x 768
CPU Pentium 4 (2.4 GHz) or Pentium M (1.6 GHz)
RAM 1 GB, Disk space 700 MB
One rechargeable battery


  • Cardiac
  • Abdominal
  • Renal
  • Obstetrics and gynecology
  • Urology
  • Fetal
  • Evaluation of presence of fluid
  • Peripheral vascular
  • Procedure guidance for arterial and venous vessels
  • Imaging guidance for needle/catheter placement
  • Thoracic/lung
  • Thyroid and other small organs
  • Long bone
  • Hip and knee joints
  • Pediatric

Cardiac Sector Probe [ 1.7 – 3.8 MHz ]

▶ Linear Probe [3.4 – 8.0 MHz]

▶ Stored data can be viewed and interpreted on PC

▶ Basic distance and area measurements

▶ Images with those measurements can be stored back onto the device into the original exam folder

▶ Offline adjustment of contrast and brightness settings

▶ Patient data, including name, ID, birth date, or comments, can be added to exam information Image annotation

▶ Video controls for clips such as play and pause, or back and forward stepping

▶ Playback of recorded audio files

Clinical Images