Stanford University /Stanford Health Care
We currently have four GE Venue, four Mindray TE7, and two Philips ClearVue machines housed in the new Emergency Department which opened in October 2019.
We also have four Sonosite EDGE I and II ultrasound systems which are housed in the Pediatric Emergency Department; one of these machines has dedicated pediatric linear, echo, and abdominal probes.
Ten Butterfly units with associated i-pads are available for clinical use, and three additional portable VScans can be used during scanning shifts for educational purposes.
An older Aloka machine, and a Philips Optigo system are available; these machines are typically used for international workshops as back-up.
Adjacent to our offices is Stanford's simulation Center (LKSC), which houses eight additional Sonosite machines, portable Philips Lumify systems, and US simulators (CAE Vimidex and SonoSim) for US education and workshops.
All cart-based machines have curvilinear, linear, and phased array probes.
Transesophageal echo (TEE) and endocavitary (EC) probes are also available for select machines.
Stills, clips recorded for review