Lower Extremity DVT Ultrasound Examination
Dr. Chris Gelabert demonstrates how to successfully diagnose full leg lower extremity DVT in the Emergency Room using the ZONARE Z.One PRO ultrasound system.
Ocular Ultrasound Examination Technique
Dr. Craig Sisson demonstrates the proper method of performing ocular ultrasound in the Emergency Room.
eFAST Demonstration Part 1: Abdominal
Dr. Chris Raio demonstrates the abdominal and pelvic portion of an eFast ultrasound examination.
eFAST Demonstration Part 2: Cardiac Thoracic
Dr. Jerry Chirocolo demonstrates the thoracic portion of an eFast ultrasound examination.
Emergency physicians talk about why they prefer using ZONARE’s Z.One PRO ultrasound system in their departments and the clinical benefits that help them make quick, confident diagnoses.
With the Z.One PRO’s extremely sensitive Doppler, physicians could see the soft signs of an aneurysm rupture and this patient was rushed into vascular surgery.
The Z.One PRO with superior image quality shows a retinal detachment.
A 7-year-old female patient presented to the emergency room with severe abdominal pain. Appendicitis was suspected but the Zone Sonography™ Technology on the Z.One PRO revealed minute echogenic foci, significant for gangrenous appendicitis.
The Z.One PRO ultrasound system revealed very small pericardial effusion and some early signs of cardiac tamponade. This complementary information gave physicians the diagnostic confidence on how to urgently treat the patient.
A 7-year-old patient presented to the emergency room with abdominal pain. The Z.One PRO's stellar image quality revealed appendicitis, changing the patient treatment.
Large patient complaining of leg pain presented to the emergency department. Zone Sonography™ Technology on the Z.One PRO provided stellar image quality to rule out a DVT and render a quick diagnosis.
Bedside Z.One PRO ultrasound, using M-Mode and B-Mode imaging rendered a quick and accurate diagnosis of early cardiac tamponade.
A 44-year-old mother of two, presented to the emergency department with excruciating abdominal pain. Ectopic pregnancy was suspected but when the Z.One PRO ultrasound system found an unknown liver mass, the diagnostic thought process was altered, changing the patient’s treatment and saving her life.
The Z.One PRO ultrasound of a 51-year-old female in cardiac arrest reveals a massive pulmonary embolism. Due to a quick and accurate diagnosis, a cardiothoracic surgeon is immediately called.
The Z.One PRO was able to image the aorta at depths that conventional ultrasound systems could not in a very obese patient, giving diagnostic confidence to the physician of the patient’s condition.
A 30-year-old woman with lower abdominal pain and previous tubal ligation presented to the emergency room. Bedside ultrasound examination with the Z.One PRO revealed an ectopic pregnancy, OB/GYN surgeons were immediately called and patient underwent life saving surgery.