LOGIQ™ V Triage Vet

Easy to Use

Fast to Diagnose.

GE’s new Vision series comes to life for veterinary use in the LOGIQ™ V Triage Vet. A new compact ultrasound system designed to deliver Simple, Fast and Precise imaging performance. This frontline imaging device assists with routine procedures and acute diagnostic needs.

Simple. Fast. Precise.

With Innovation, New Possibilities Emerge

15” High-Resolution Monitor
Speckle Reduction (SRI-HD)
Needle Recognition Technology
1 Button Auto Optimization
Scan Coach Contextual Reference Tool
Diagnostic Confidence

Precision Tools Deliver Confidence

The LOGIQ™ V Triage Vet incorporates compound imaging tools that deliver crisp, clear images to help give you precision and confidence. TruScan Raw Data Imaging allows a user to add clinical information after an exam is finalized. Adjust and re-measure many exam parameters and controls after the exam today or during follow up exams, years to come.

Transducers

Wide range of applications that help to increase your system’s versatility

4C-RS

2.0 – 5.0 MHz
(Convex)

8C-RS

4.2 – 10.0 MHz
(Convex)

3Sc-RS

1.7 – 4.0 MHz
(Sector)

L6-12-RS

4.0 – 13.0 MHz
(Linear)

12L-RS

4.2 – 13.0 MHz
(Linear)

Ultrasound Knowledge Center

Learn more about Ultrasound and how to make the best choices when implementing into your practice. 

How Much Does a Veterinary Ultrasound System Cost?

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If you’re shopping for a veterinary ultrasound machine, you certainly don’t want to overpay or buy features that you will not use. In the same vein, you don’t want to spend good money on an ultrasound of lower quality, one that may be unreliable and need to be replaced in two-to-three years with little-to-no resale or trade-in value. The cost of your ultrasound will ultimately depend on how you intend to use it: • If you are looking for a basic…

4 Things Veterinary Ultrasound Can Detect and Diagnose That Digital Radiography Cannot

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Ultrasonography and radiography are the two most popular imaging modalities in veterinary medicine, and each has its pros and cons. In some cases, both ultrasound and radiography are used to evaluate a patient; they should be considered complimentary imaging modalities. Radiographs provide a snapshot of large areas of an animal’s body. Digital Radiography (DR) offers superior images of bones, the lungs, and gas-filled organs such as the gastrointestinal tract. Ultrasound enables veterinarians to evaluate the detailed internal architecture of organs.…

What Are the Most Common Problems with Veterinary Ultrasound and How to Solve Them?

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If you’re in the market for a veterinary ultrasound machine, the last thing you want to do is buy a system that is prone to malfunctions or that offers low image quality. These are two of the most common problems associated with ultrasound systems, but they’re certainly not the only ones. Some veterinarians do not appreciate the value of creating a plan to implement ultrasound in their practice before they make the purchase. This can greatly reduce the use of…
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