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Ultrasound education focused SonoSim said this week it is extending a collaboration with GE Healthcare (NYSE:GE)  to cover ultrasound training and education for GE’s women’s health and urology divisions. Through the extended collaboration, Sonosim will offer its SonoSim 365 for GE Healthcare to clients in the women’s health and urology fields who own qualifying ultrasound systems … Continue reading SonoSim, GE Healthcare re-up ultrasound training deal

Mothers in Norfolk, UK, who are about to give birth will be the first in the country to be offered an ultrasound scan in order to help spot breech babies before they are born. The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), located in the East of England, currently delivers 6,000 babies a year including around … Continue reading NNUH to provide GE’s pocket-sized ultrasound tool to increase diagnosis rate of breech births

  In 2016, the humble stethoscope enters its 200th year as the most ubiquitous diagnostic tool in medicine. In recent years, Ultrasound technology has become increasingly adopted at the point of care, adding vision to sound at the medical front line. Now, King’s College Hospital has become the first hospital in the UK to trial … Continue reading Sound and Vision: Med Students use Pocket-sized Ultrasound with their Stethoscopes

GE Healthcare showcases new solutions at 2015 AAMI Annual Conference and Expo to help healthcare providers address their operational, financial and productivity needs Denver, CO – June 6, 2015 – Healthcare systems’ operational costs continue to spiral out of control, increasing in all aspects of the organization. With a rapidly changing industry environment and evolving … Continue reading Healthcare challenges meet promising opportunities: GE Healthcare offers more outcome-driven solutions to support quality care

GE Healthcare introduced in certain countries in Africa and Southeast Asia its new Vscan AccessTM portable ultrasound system, designed to help healthcare providers improve care. With a simple touchscreen interface, rugged design and software tools to support clinical decision-making, Vscan Access is designed specifically for primary healthcare workers – such as midwives, general practitioners, paramedics … Continue reading Assessing risk, expanding reach: Innovative ultrasound designed for front-line healthcare workers to help improve maternal health