Vue Ultrasound Gel
Vue Ultrasound Gel is a non-sterile, single use, non-invasive medical device used in medical diagnostic ultrasound procedures.
Vue Ultrasound Gel has been specifically formulated for use during ultrasound procedures. The primary role of an ultrasound gel is to act as a conductor for the ultrasound waves, allowing them to pass into the body without being affected by the air. The secondary role of ultrasound gel during ultrasound procedures, is to allow the probe or medical device used for the procedure, to move smoothly, reducing resistance and potential discomfort to the patient.
When selecting an ultrasound gel, it’s important to select the right format of gel for the procedure and the patient.
Sterile ultrasound gel
We offer Vue Ultrasound Gel in 20ml sachets, single-wrapped and double-wrapped.
Our single-use, sterile ultrasound gel formats are ideal for use in any healthcare setting where infection prevention and cross-contamination are key considerations. Vue Ultrasound Gel double-wrapped sachets are recommended for use during procedures that require a sterile technique.
Vue Ultrasound Gel should be used for external examinations only. However, the benefit of using a single-use, sterile format of ultrasound gel, ensures it is suitable for all external ultrasound examinations, on intact skin.
Sterile, single-use sachets of Vue Ultrasound Gel have a shelf-life of five years.
Non-sterile ultrasound gel
We offer non-sterile Vue Ultrasound Gel in bottles of 250ml and 1l. These larger volume options of ultrasound gel are ideal for use in a busy healthcare setting. Non-sterile ultrasound gel is suitable for use during low risk, general examinations on intact skin, and not immediately prior (within 24 hours) to an invasive procedure on the same area.
Non-sterile ultrasound gel should be used for external examinations only and is not suitable for use on immunocompromised, neonatal, or critically ill hospitalised patients.
Non-sterile bottles of Vue Ultrasound Gel have a shelf-life of three years if unopened or one month from opening.
For more information on the formats of Vue Ultrasound Gel we offer and how to select the right format for your patients, give us a call on +44 (0) 845 643 5479 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Why choose Vue Ultrasound Gel?
- Classified as a Medical Device.
- Developed specifically for use during ultrasound procedures to have the ideal viscosity.
- Suitable for external ultrasound procedures on intact skin.
- Sterile sachets are suitable for use on immunocompromised individuals.
- Sterile sachets are suitable for use on intact skin prior to invasive procedures.
- Water-soluble and non-sticky formulation.
- Won’t stain clothing or medical equipment.
- Latex free.
- Available in sterile and non-sterile formats.
- Available in a range of sizes and formats.
- Available clear.
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Vue Ultrasound Gel is available in a range of sterile and non-sterile formats and sizes.
Sterile, individually wrapped single-use sachets are ideal for use in any healthcare setting where infection prevention and cross-contamination are key considerations.
Pr Name Vue Ultrasound Gel 20ml sachet Vue Ultrasound Gel
20ml double-wrapped sachet
Size 20ml 20ml Pr Code 1156S 1156 NPC Code N/A FTM 338 Inner Pack Box of 30 Box of 30 Outer Pack Case of 240 Case of 240
Our 250ml and 1l non-sterile bottles are ideal for use in a busy healthcare setting where a high volume of low-risk external examinations are carried out.
Pr Name Vue Ultrasound Gel 250ml non-sterile bottle Vue Ultrasound Gel 1l non-sterile bottle Size 250ml 1 litre Pr Code 1157 1159 NPC Code FTM 302 N/A Inner Pack N/A N/A Outer Pack Case of 40 Case of 12
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Download Instructions for Use
Full instructions for use are included with all our products. You can download and view the Vue Ultrasound Gel IFUs by clicking the buttons below.
Last revision date April 2023.
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