Ultrasound for Intervention and Critical Moment

Designed for many applications. Venue is a multi-purpose, point of care system that is also well-suited to help you manage patients in shock and help to visualize the needle when doing intervention. It includes automated tools that enable you to quickly get the information you need to make fast decisions when triaging patients in medical shock. Our Shock Toolkit is a set of features that focus on some key indicators of patient status – the heart, lungs and IVC. It is designed to assist you in gaining insights needed to help in the determination of the cause of shock.

Emergency medicine

Venue was inspired by the needs of emergency medicine physicians and features a robust selection of automated tools and workflows to help you quickly assess your patient’s medical status in the critical moment. Venue’s advanced algorithms help simplify complicated patient evaluations, with integrated, color-coded quality indicators to help make meaningful data easy to interpret during rapid assessments for improved accuracy and reduced variability. Its durable yet streamlined design and intuitive interface make Venue ready to go when you are

Critical care

Venue provides the Point of Care tools needed to guide your management of critically ill patients without exposing them to lengthy transfers outside the department. Designed to fit into the tight spaces associated with critical care, Venue can be used at the bedside to evaluate interventions, monitor changes in patient status, and help identify rapid data points if patient status declines. With its touch-screen interface and streamlined design, Venue supports your infection-prevention efforts with easy cleaning and reduced places for bacteria to grow.


From ultrasound-guided nerve blocks to vascular access to cardiac and lung assessments, Venue helps anesthesiologists make fast clinical decisions with confidence. Its advanced design, intuitive interface, and automated tools help you identify nerves and surrounding anatomy quickly and clearly—even on patients who may be challenging to image. Venue’s tools also provide key information to diagnose and manage adverse pulmonary and cardiac events during perioperative care. Venue was designed to help anesthesiologists improve patient comfort, increase productivity, and decrease the risk of complications.


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