GE Ultrasound Machines
At LBN Medical, we always have a number of GE ultrasound machines in stock, and you can read more about each system below. Moreover, you can request a quote directly from the individual product pages. We are happy to offer both used and refurbished GE ultrasounds, read more about refurbished here.
Furthermore, we have a strong sourcing department, so if you are searching for GE ultrasound machines not currently in stock, they might be incoming. Otherwise we might be able to find them for you through our trusted suppliers.
GE Ultrasound Machines – General Information
As a strong player in the field, GE Ultrasound Machines have been a popular choice for years.
GE ultrasound lines include Voluson, Logiq, and Vivid, and they all consist of great ultrasound systems. Many of which can be found in our large warehouse. Additionally, we have an excellent sourcing department, which sources on demand and has a good collaboration with GE.
The Voluson line offers products that have a dedicated focus on women’s health. Some of the most popular models from the line are the Voluson E6, Voluson E8, and Voluson E10.
The GE Logiqs on the other hand, are specialised in general imaging, and therefore, have great technologies for imaging within radiology, breast, interventional, and more. Models include Logiq S8, Logiq E9, and the portable Logiq E.
The next of the popular lines of GE ultrasound machines is the Vivid line. Ultrasounds that are part of this line are dedicated to cardiovascular imaging and have a range of tools to improve the quality of the examinations, and hereby accommodate the wide range of needs within this area of specialisation. Models include the Vivid E95 and the Vivid iq.
They all come with excellent image quality and innovative technologies. Furthermore, GE produces high-quality probes to ensure that the obtained images are of the best possible quality.
GE ultrasound transducers are of high quality, and very reliable. However, as for all other probes, correct handling is of the essence, if you want to prolong their lifetime. You can read more about correct probe handling in our blog post.