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Invenia ABUS 2.0

Automated Breast Ultrasound

GE Invenia ABUS 2.0 represents a paradigm shift in breast health imaging, combining cutting-edge technology with patient-centered design to deliver exceptional performance, comfort, and efficiency. With its advanced imaging capabilities, streamlined workflow, and proven clinical value, the Invenia ABUS 2.0 is not just a tool; it's a game-changer in the fight against breast cancer. Join us in revolutionizing breast health and saving lives with the GE Invenia ABUS 2.0.
  • Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound Scanning
  • Volume Navigation Tools
  • 3D Visualization and Image Reconstruction
  • Customizable Workflow and Reporting
  • Integration with PACS and EMR Systems

Key Features of the GE Invenia ABUS

Personalized Screening: Utilizes adjunctive imaging like ultrasound for personalized breast care, especially for women with dense breast tissue, enhancing early detection.

Efficient Workflow: Ensures reproducible and high-quality exams with cSound Imageformer, reducing operator dependence and optimizing traditional handheld ultrasound parameters automatically.

AI Integration: Seamlessly integrates AI tools like the Invenia ABUS AI Assistant for faster reading, improved diagnostic confidence, reduced reading times, and decreased benign biopsies.


•Automated one-button image acquisition

•15 cm field-of-view Reverse Curve™ transducer

•Less than a 3-minute scan for each breast

•Total exam time
~15 minutes1

scanning protocols 

•Unlocking scan
head assembly 

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Reverse Curve Transducer

Shaped to match a woman's anatomy

•Uniform compression across
the entire breast

•15.3 cm wide field of view
(traditional linear probe is 5 cm)

•6-15 MHz wide bandwidth

•Designed for patient comfort

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45 seconds scan time per view

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GE Healthcare offers the first FDA-approved ultrasound supplemental screening technology that is specifically designed for detecting cancer  in dense breast tissue.

Breast Density Classifications

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Speak to an Imaging Specialist.

We're available to answer your questions live from 8 AM to 5 PM Eastern Time. To speak with an Imaging Specialist, call 888-271-7395.

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